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  • This formerly homeless kid is college bound

    North Thurston High School 2017 graduate Conner Crowder talks about the McKinney Vento Homeless program which helps support “unaccompanied youth,” teens not living with their parents. With its support, he earned enough scholarships to pay for college.

North Thurston High School 2017 graduate Conner Crowder talks about the McKinney Vento Homeless program which helps support “unaccompanied youth,” teens not living with their parents. With its support, he earned enough scholarships to pay for college. Lisa Pemberton lpemberton@theolympian.com
North Thurston High School 2017 graduate Conner Crowder talks about the McKinney Vento Homeless program which helps support “unaccompanied youth,” teens not living with their parents. With its support, he earned enough scholarships to pay for college. Lisa Pemberton lpemberton@theolympian.com

Dad’s a convict. Mom’s on meth. But this formerly homeless kid is college bound.

June 24, 2017 7:00 AM