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At home with local history
Students draw historic Snohomish homes

Doug Ramsay photo

Emerson Elementary School 6 th grader Avery Tait, 11, shows the drawing that she did of her family’s home in Snohomish. She and other students created the drawings in a Highly Capable program at Emerson Elementary in an art-docent led project that connects students to history, project planning, and artistic creation.

SNOHOMISH — Students from the Highly Capable program at Emerson, designed for advanced learners in a multi-age setting, drafted and designed historic local homes from photos.
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Published Jan. 8, 2020


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