Hutch School makes the New York Times

Friday’s New York Times had an article about our very own Hutch School, and somehow I missed it until my boss emailed it to me just now.

The Hutch School is a K – 12 program located just down the street from the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance/Hutchinson Center for any kid related to someone having a bone marrow transplant. It’s the only hospital-sponsored school in the country that teaches mainly healthy kids, although some patients also attend. It’s free for all kids, and it gives them a place to be where everyone understands exactly what they’re going through.

The Hutch School was made into what it is today largely through the willpower of Teri Hein, who is now the director for 826 Seattle.

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