Substitute teacher Don Young, left, checked in on students, from left, Brock Littleton, Nick Hutson and Leia Blackstone at Lafayette High School Wednesday. Young was teaching a 10th-grade advanced biology class studying DNA by working on a mock murder investigation.
Substitute teacher Don Young, left, checked in on students, from left, Brock Littleton, Nick Hutson and Leia Blackstone at Lafayette High School Wednesday. Young was teaching a 10th-grade advanced biology class studying DNA by working on a mock murder investigation. Pablo Alcalá palcala@herald-leader.com
Substitute teacher Don Young, left, checked in on students, from left, Brock Littleton, Nick Hutson and Leia Blackstone at Lafayette High School Wednesday. Young was teaching a 10th-grade advanced biology class studying DNA by working on a mock murder investigation. Pablo Alcalá palcala@herald-leader.com

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