What Seattle Schools Students are Talking About

I attending the morning section of the Mayor's Education Summit at Garfield High last Saturday (and will write a separate thread.) 

I used the girls restroom and this sign was on the stall door:

I really like that all those different groups of students were trying to find common ground and fellowship together.

This other photos were taken near a major intersection near my home that I walk by quite often.  The bike is a "ghost bike" for a bicyclist who was killed there by a drunk driver.  Recently, it got spruced up with artificial flowers and this sign:

 Thank you for your kindness, Hazel Wolf K-8 students.  I know it means a lot to Mr. Huislander's family.


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