Instructional assistant Catrice Dennis leads students in a morning ritual and song to begin the day at First Place Scholars school in Seattle. The tuition-free private elementary in the city’s Central District neighborhood serves low-income students, many of whom are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless.
Instructional assistant Catrice Dennis leads students in a morning ritual and song to begin the day at First Place Scholars school in Seattle. The tuition-free private elementary in the city’s Central District neighborhood serves low-income students, many of whom are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Elaine Thompson Associated Press
Instructional assistant Catrice Dennis leads students in a morning ritual and song to begin the day at First Place Scholars school in Seattle. The tuition-free private elementary in the city’s Central District neighborhood serves low-income students, many of whom are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless. Elaine Thompson Associated Press

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