Troy’s Dominic Vaccher is the epitome of the shining star two-way football player. Vaccher had six receptions for 142 yards and three touchdowns and two interceptions in the Warriors’ 28-21 win over El Rancho on the road last Friday night.
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Impassioned and emotional testimonies were delivered by members of both the Korean-American and Japanese-American communities during the public comment period.
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.