In July, Fullerton Stories magazine published an interview with Jim Young, a giant in the department of Theatre and Arts at Cal State Fullerton. This video is from our original interview. Young passed away Friday at the age of 93.
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.
Impassioned and emotional testimonies were delivered by members of both the Korean-American and Japanese-American communities during the public comment period.
The list of candidates running for two seats on the Fullerton City Council has been finalized for the November 4 election. They are: Incumbents Doug Chaffee and Greg Sebourn, and Larry Bennett, Sean Paden, Rick Alvarez, Bill Chaffee and Jane Rands.Information and links to the candidate’s websites and statements can be found on the city website. .
By Tim Tuttle/For Fullertonstories.com -- Fullertonstories.com is proud to announce the inaugural season of The Sell Your Home with Lindsey Acton High School Player of the Week, selected from candidates at Fullerton, Troy, Sunny Hills, La Habra, Sonora and Servite high schools.