Graduates and family mingle outside following Sequoia High School’s graduation ceremony held at the Everett Civic Auditorium, last June in Everett. A proposed apartment near the school, operated by Housing Hope, would provide housing to homeless students at Sequoia and throughout the school district. (Andy Bronson / Herald file photo)

Graduates and family mingle outside following Sequoia High School’s graduation ceremony held at the Everett Civic Auditorium, last June in Everett. A proposed apartment near the school, operated by Housing Hope, would provide housing to homeless students at Sequoia and throughout the school district. (Andy Bronson / Herald file photo)

Editorial: Assuring diplomas by solving student homelessness

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