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D.C. School Remembers Its Own Lost On Sept. 11

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Nearly 10 years ago, Washington, D.C'.s Leckie Elementary school lost a student and a teacher in the Sept. 11 terrorist attack on the Pentagon. The school is commemorating the attacks by teaching students about them. Some of the students weren't born when the attacks happened.
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