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Tribal history, culture shared with Washington students in classroom lessons

Children of the Setting Sun Productions helps bolster Indigenous curriculum

Happy Valley Elementary first-grader Cleo Toney, middle, works with her sister Lucia Ormerod, left, and dad Derek Ormerod to find the fish she made in an art lesson by Nish Romero of the Nooksack Indian Tribe on Wednesday, April 24. The art was on display at the Since Time Immemorial Family and Community Night at Whatcom Community College. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Hailey Hoffman Visual Journalist
Five fourth-grade students, donning bright orange shirts with “Truth and Reconciliation” written

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