Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News

Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News

PHOTO: Port Angeles students take part in climate protest

PORT ANGELES — About 25 Port Angeles High School students left classes to carry signs and banners and call attention to climate change.

An estimated 123 nations — including 957 high schools in the U.S. — reportedly participated in Friday’s Global Climate Strike.

Senior Ian Collins, far left, organized the Port Angeles rally.

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