Columbia elementary school principal heads to Dominican Republic to help build library, infirmary for students
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There was no elementary school in 2011 in Constanza, a small town in a lush mountain valley in the Dominican Republic. But by 2015, the outlook for the children of the village that lies northwest of the coastal capital of Santo Domingo had brightened dramatically. That’s when the two-story, cinderblock

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