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Teacher Carol Harms assists Sequim High School sophomore Karla Najera with an algebra question - Submitted photo
Teacher Carol Harms assists Sequim High School sophomore Karla Najera with an algebra question
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For 15 days, 47 students in grades 9-12 came to the Sequim High School library to work in the computer lab on an online program for math credit retrieval.

This program enabled students to earn a “pass” for the year’s credit. Some students had a failing grade going in and others had incomplete work.

The group number dwindled a bit over the course of the days, but by the end, teacher Carol Harms reported that 41 students were able to recover math credit, 24 in geometry and 17 in algebra.

 

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