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Sew-sew summer: Youths learn quilting

So far, it’s been a so-so summer for Gloria Bogan and her 12 students. Make that sew-sew.
Bogan, interpreter/translator for USD 428, is leading a weekly quilting class for 7- to 12-year-old girls at the Parent Teacher Resource Center.
“This is offered through our MPAC (Migrant Parent Advisory Committee) meetings parenting group,” Bogan said. “The girls are the daughters of the women who attend the group.”
“MPAC is a federally funded program designed to encourage migrant parents to take an active role in their children’s education,” said Tricia Reiser, director of teaching and learning. “It helps parents ...

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