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UW and Nespelem students work on books


From left, University of Washington students Riley, Grace, Gameti, Agnes, Devon, and Ian stop to commemorate their time at Nespelem School with a photo. - Marcy Horne photo

During the University of Washington's spring break, a group of five UW students volunteered on a literacy arts project at Nespelem School, working with third-, fourth-, seventh- and eighth-graders to write and publish their own book.

The theme this year was "Everyday Heroes." Students across the different grade levels wrote stories on heroes from their communities and beyond. All of their stories will be compiled into a magazine, and sent out to all of the student participants.

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