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Lummi educators, students elevate Native culture in Ferndale schools

District's Native American Program continues to grow

Johnny Edwards posing as other members play the drums around him.
Students, who are members of the Lummi Nation, host the first morning circle in the commons of the new Ferndale High School on Jan. 4. Many of the students are part of the Oksale and Xwelemi Chosen (Lummi language) classes taught by Smak i’ya (Matt Warbus). (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Hailey Hoffman Visual Journalist
Each morning, the thrum of a steady drumbeat and the voices of Lummi students reverberate through Fe
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