They took the WASL and left.
At Seattle Public Schools headquarters, about 100 students sat on the grass and curbs while they listened to anti-war speakers on a makeshift stage.
As they waited to march into the School Board meeting at 6 p.m., some walked around with large buckets to collect donations, and one person was selling soup and bread being cooked on a portable electric stove powered by a generator.
Thursday, April 19, 2007
"Students leave school, join rally against war, recruiting"