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Bellingham School Board approves funding for assistant principals’ legal defense

Students at meeting decry lack of communication, safety

About two dozen students hold colorful signs in protest before a school board meeting at Options High School.
About two dozen students hold signs in protest before a school board meeting at Options High School on Dec. 14. The signs condemn Bellingham Public Schools for the alleged failure of three assistant principals to report the sexual assaults of a Squalicum High School student. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Hailey Hoffman Visual Journalist
The Bellingham Public Schools board quickly and quietly approved a resolution Wednesday to fund the
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