Pasco High’s Ludmila Sokolovich didn’t know any English when she began school in the district. She has since tutored her own parents in the language and is graduating this weekend. She also graduates with an AA degree from Columbia Basin College in Pasco on June 17 as a Running Start student. She’s planning to become a math teacher.
Pasco High’s Ludmila Sokolovich didn’t know any English when she began school in the district. She has since tutored her own parents in the language and is graduating this weekend. She also graduates with an AA degree from Columbia Basin College in Pasco on June 17 as a Running Start student. She’s planning to become a math teacher. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Pasco High’s Ludmila Sokolovich didn’t know any English when she began school in the district. She has since tutored her own parents in the language and is graduating this weekend. She also graduates with an AA degree from Columbia Basin College in Pasco on June 17 as a Running Start student. She’s planning to become a math teacher. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

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