Leora Willis, art teacher with the Bellingham School District and formerly Whatcom Middle School, sorts through art supplies that were salvaged in Whatcom Middle School's gymnasium on January 28, 2010. "The hardest thing is not being able to work with the wonderful faculty. We are all dispersed through the area now," Willis said.
Leora Willis, art teacher with the Bellingham School District and formerly Whatcom Middle School, sorts through art supplies that were salvaged in Whatcom Middle School's gymnasium on January 28, 2010. "The hardest thing is not being able to work with the wonderful faculty. We are all dispersed through the area now," Willis said. THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
Leora Willis, art teacher with the Bellingham School District and formerly Whatcom Middle School, sorts through art supplies that were salvaged in Whatcom Middle School's gymnasium on January 28, 2010. "The hardest thing is not being able to work with the wonderful faculty. We are all dispersed through the area now," Willis said. THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

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