Whatcom Middle School teacher Dan Liden works on a graph with sixth-graders Denny McAuliffe, 12, left, Wiley Vincent, 12, and Kim Dorr, 11 during class at Geneva Elementary School in Bellingham, Tuesday morning, Dec. 2, 2009. More than 180 sixth-graders moved to the elementary school after Whatcom Middle School was badly damaged by fire.
Whatcom Middle School teacher Dan Liden works on a graph with sixth-graders Denny McAuliffe, 12, left, Wiley Vincent, 12, and Kim Dorr, 11 during class at Geneva Elementary School in Bellingham, Tuesday morning, Dec. 2, 2009. More than 180 sixth-graders moved to the elementary school after Whatcom Middle School was badly damaged by fire. THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
Whatcom Middle School teacher Dan Liden works on a graph with sixth-graders Denny McAuliffe, 12, left, Wiley Vincent, 12, and Kim Dorr, 11 during class at Geneva Elementary School in Bellingham, Tuesday morning, Dec. 2, 2009. More than 180 sixth-graders moved to the elementary school after Whatcom Middle School was badly damaged by fire. THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

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