The PASD team prepares to deliver testimony with only 60 seconds allowed for each speaker. The lights on the witness table indicate green for “go,” yellow for “warning,” then red for “stop.” From left are Abby Sanders, Hailey Robinson, speaking into the microphone, and Andrew Pena. (Patsene Dashiell/Port Angeles School District)

The PASD team prepares to deliver testimony with only 60 seconds allowed for each speaker. The lights on the witness table indicate green for “go,” yellow for “warning,” then red for “stop.” From left are Abby Sanders, Hailey Robinson, speaking into the microphone, and Andrew Pena. (Patsene Dashiell/Port Angeles School District)

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