Eighth-graders at a Washington state middle school recently shared the history and culture of their families during the yearly culture fair, which the school has hosted for the past 15 years. Attendance was limited due to the novel coronavirus outbreak but students were able to share their stories, including a student who talked about his family's journey from addiction to recovery, and another who shared samples of homemade ice cream that is important to her family's summer vacations.
Culture fair highlights students' family histories
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