Chief Leschi Schools Superintendent Amy Eveskcige stands in the hallway of her school in April 17, 2015. A year into leading the Puyallup tribal schools, 50 people were laid off at the schools to help improve the schools’ flagging academic performance, tribal spokesman John Weymer said Thursday.
Chief Leschi Schools Superintendent Amy Eveskcige stands in the hallway of her school in April 17, 2015. A year into leading the Puyallup tribal schools, 50 people were laid off at the schools to help improve the schools’ flagging academic performance, tribal spokesman John Weymer said Thursday. Peter Haley Staff file, 2015
Chief Leschi Schools Superintendent Amy Eveskcige stands in the hallway of her school in April 17, 2015. A year into leading the Puyallup tribal schools, 50 people were laid off at the schools to help improve the schools’ flagging academic performance, tribal spokesman John Weymer said Thursday. Peter Haley Staff file, 2015

Chief Leschi Schools lay off 50

May 19, 2016 05:50 PM

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