Liz Warren, left, a sixth-grade teacher from the Lake Washington School District, and Franklin Pierce School District teacher Pam Kruse support the "Resolution to Stop Crowding Our Kids' Classrooms" signature drive on Monday in Olympia.
Liz Warren, left, a sixth-grade teacher from the Lake Washington School District, and Franklin Pierce School District teacher Pam Kruse support the "Resolution to Stop Crowding Our Kids' Classrooms" signature drive on Monday in Olympia. The Olympian
Liz Warren, left, a sixth-grade teacher from the Lake Washington School District, and Franklin Pierce School District teacher Pam Kruse support the "Resolution to Stop Crowding Our Kids' Classrooms" signature drive on Monday in Olympia. The Olympian

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