Jason Critser enjoyed a breakout game at fullback for Sunny Hills last Friday in its 48-9 victory over Godinez, rushing for a career-high 149 yards on five carries. The 6-foot-2, 225-pound fullback had touchdown runs of 60 and 40 yards, his longest breakaways from scrimmage for the Lancers.
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Amidst great fanfare at Valencia Park Elementary School, Pletka and numerous city and state officials praised the district’s Visible Innovation Program, which aims to use the iPads to help develop critical thinking, collaboration and allow students to work on curriculum at their own pace.
“I’m holding it up as a model for the state,” said Tom Torlakson, state superintendent of public Instruction, said at the presentation.
Valencia sixth-graders received the first two dozen iPads, as did Abraham Eid, above, who couldn’t hide his joy at receiving one.
In response to weather reports that temperatures in the Fullerton area may be up to 100 degrees today (Sept. 12), the City of Fullerton has designated the Fullerton Community Center as a "cooling center" available to all citizens. The Fullerton Community Center located at 340 W. Commonwealth Ave., across the street from Fullerton City Hall, is open from 12 p.m.-6 p.m. today.