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  • Club de Lectura goes to Olympia

    Posted by Mike Couto at 3/20/2015

    Our Club de Lectura students attended Latino Legislative Day on Monday, March 16th, 2015. They had the chance to speak with their local legislators, tour the capital building, hear many guest speakers, including Jay Inslee and share about their Club de Lectura program with a variety of constituents. Our students were professional and took a lot out of the experience. They also asked really thoughtful questions of their local legislators and were engaged in democratic discussions.

    Ready for a day at the state capital.   
    Students at the Latino Legislative day in Olympia, WA.  
    Club de Lectura on the capital steps.   
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    We over Me Nooksack Valley High School students commit to putting We over Me. Where we look out for each other as friends, peers, learners and as a community.
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