School leaders ponder safety improvements

Tonasket High School sophomore Phoenix Willging (far right) addresses the Tonasket School Board about a student walkout Wednesday morning.

Photo by Brock Hires
Tonasket High School sophomore Phoenix Willging (far right) addresses the Tonasket School Board about a student walkout Wednesday morning.



TONASKET — “I’m really proud of our school,” Tonasket High School sophomore Phoenix Willging told the Tonasket School Board during a regular meeting Wednesday, March 14.

Willging was the only student to address the school board over school safety concerns followings the school walkouts and protests of school safety and remembrances of the students killed last month at a school in Parkland, Fla...

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