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Micklin, Lee

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Lee Micklin has enjoyed working with diverse populations in a variety of positions in over twenty-five years as an educator.  These populations include the urban mixture of Garfield, Seattle’s flagship magnet high school, the K-8 students of the Quileute Tribal School in LaPush, Washington, and the small personalized learning communities at Nathan Hale High School in Seattle, l, a member of the Coalition of Essential Schools.  She is currently a Librarian and an English teacher at Bothell High School. She is the author of “Born Cree: The Life of Pete Hawley of Sitting Horse Drum” and numerous articles on Seattle history for
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