Special education teacher Janna Freishtat (left) and English teacher Cyndie Fagan have been instrumental in moving the Six Million Stamps Project forward.

Editor's Choice: 6 Million Recalled With Stamps

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Stamping Out Intolerance

By Melissa Gerr

Students at Mount Hebron High School are working to collect six million stamps in commemoration of the six million Jews who were murdered during the Holocaust. Said teacher Cyndie Fagan, “Each of those postage stamps tells a story, just like each person who died had a story.”

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