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Series: Coronavirus | Story 97

Last updated 4/3/2020 at 1:05pm

Natalia Usoltseva

Students from King's and Brighton schools present their findings at the Edmonds Library.

Are you ready for an earthquake in the Pacific Northwest? A group of the sixth graders (Dylan Johnson De Lacy, Noah Anderson, Nolan Walsh, Michael Usoltsev, Noah Hopkins) from King's Schools and Brighton School decided to learn about this possibility.

They started a community-based project with the goal to learn more about earthquakes and educate the community what to do before, during, and after earthquakes. After extensive research, they went to University of Washington's seismology lab to learn facts about earthquake research happening on the West Coast.

This occurred before Gov. Jay In...



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