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Columbia County teachers support statewide walkout Scappoose, St. Helens teachers take part in statewide demonstration on may 8, 2019 to support education funding from the legislature.

In the St. Helens School District, the teachers union organized an hour-long march from St. Helens High School to Lewis and Clark Elementary School, where participants walked along Highway 30 holding signs. A number of community members, school staff, students, school board members and others took part in the march.
In the St. Helens School District, the teachers union organized an hour-long march from St. Helens High School to Lewis and Clark Elementary School, where participants walked along Highway 30 holding signs. A number of community members, school staff, students, school board members and others took part in the march.
In the St. Helens School District, the teachers union organized an hour-long march from St. Helens High School to Lewis and Clark Elementary School, where participants walked along Highway 30 holding signs. A number of community members, school staff, students, school board members and others took part in the march.
In the St. Helens School District, the teachers union organized an hour-long march from St. Helens High School to Lewis and Clark Elementary School, where participants walked along Highway 30 holding signs. A number of community members, school staff, students, school board members and others took part in the march.
In the St. Helens School District, the teachers union organized an hour-long march from St. Helens High School to Lewis and Clark Elementary School, where participants walked along Highway 30 holding signs. A number of community members, school staff, students, school board members and others took part in the march.
In the St. Helens School District, the teachers union organized an hour-long march from St. Helens High School to Lewis and Clark Elementary School, where participants walked along Highway 30 holding signs. A number of community members, school staff, students, school board members and others took part in the march.
Staff members at Sauvie Island School wore red clothing during the school day and a handful of teachers and school staff stood at the Sauvie Island Bridge along Highway 30 after school waving signs as well.
Staff members at Sauvie Island School wore red clothing during the school day and a handful of teachers and school staff stood at the Sauvie Island Bridge along Highway 30 after school waving signs as well.
Staff members at Sauvie Island School wore red clothing during the school day and a handful of teachers and school staff stood at the Sauvie Island Bridge along Highway 30 after school waving signs as well.
Supporters hold up a variety of handmade signs in support of greater education funding during in front of Scappoose Middle School on Wednesday, May 8. Participants, including teachers, school staff, parents, students, administrators and school board members, held signs on the side of Highway 30 for two hours in the late afternoon.
Supporters hold up a variety of handmade signs in support of greater education funding during in front of Scappoose Middle School on Wednesday, May 8. Participants, including teachers, school staff, parents, students, administrators and school board members, held signs on the side of Highway 30 for two hours in the late afternoon.
Supporters hold up a variety of handmade signs in support of greater education funding during in front of Scappoose Middle School on Wednesday, May 8. Participants, including teachers, school staff, parents, students, administrators and school board members, held signs on the side of Highway 30 for two hours in the late afternoon.
Supporters hold up a variety of handmade signs in support of greater education funding during in front of Scappoose Middle School on Wednesday, May 8. Participants, including teachers, school staff, parents, students, administrators and school board members, held signs on the side of Highway 30 for two hours in the late afternoon.
Supporters hold up a variety of handmade signs in support of greater education funding during in front of Scappoose Middle School on Wednesday, May 8. Participants, including teachers, school staff, parents, students, administrators and school board members, held signs on the side of Highway 30 for two hours in the late afternoon.
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