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Representatives of the Central Valley School District attended a regional awards ceremony on Jan. 8 to celebrate Greenacres Elementary School’s second consecutive year as a Washington State School of Distinction. Pictured are (left to right) Heather Durkin, GES counselor; Amy Mason, CVSD board member; Lindsay Ehlers, GES assistant principal; Tim Nootenboom, CVSD executive director of elementary learning and teaching; Sue Rasmussen, GES principal; Terrie VanderWegen, CVSD assistant superintendent of learning and teaching; Debra Long, CVSD board member; Ben Small, superintendent; and Melanie Rose, public information officer.

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