Spotlight: Juan Crespo

1. What have you learned from being a part of the team? I’ve learned that teamwork and communication can take you a long way and to stay determined in life; baseball has toughened me up. 2. What are your plans after graduation? I want to continue playing baseball after high school and try to make it to Major League Baseball

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Spotlight: Eric Leung

1. How has participating in volleyball impacted your high school experience? I never played volleyball until I got into high school, so it has played a huge role in my high school experience. Volleyball has taught me the essentials of teamwork, and I learned that it is always important to communicate with your teammates. 2. What are your future goals

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Spotlight: Lee Yee Pee

1. How long have you been involved in track? I’ve been involved in track and field ever since I was young, but I started to really get into the sport during my sophomore year. 2. Why did you join your sport? I was always fascinated by the sport. The fact that human beings can perform at such a fast speed,

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Spotlight: Brendan Ma

1. What was your most memorable moment from being on the team? My most memorable moments were when we had great matches like the ones against Schurr and Keppel. The score was so close that I was cringing on the edge of my seat. The fact that our team shared the win was very memorable. 2. What have you learned

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Spotlight: Kathleen Juarez

1. What was your most memorable moment from playing softball? My most memorable moment was when I made my first home run as a varsity player. It was the first time I hit the ball over the fence, and it made all the years of hard work worth it just to have that one moment. 2. What are your future

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Sharon Schuman

Ever since she was in college, Sharon Schuman knew that she wanted to become a teacher. She spent a few years at Garfield Elementary, graduated from Temple City High School and attended California State University, Los Angeles. She earned a Bachelor’s degree in English, as well as a Master’s in Education with a reading specialty. With her grandparents residing in

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Candace Collins

Candace Collins has been at AHS for 33 years, considering she became a freshman in 1966. Because of her familiarity to the campus and staff, it is sorrowful to acknowledge that Collins will be one of the staff members leaving AHS at the end of this school year. “No one really inspired me to become a teacher, I just knew

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Jan Crawford

Jan Crawford began her career at AHS in 1980. At the time, Crawford thought that she would only be teaching at the school for a semester; however, she ended up teaching for over three decades. Crawford choreographed practically her whole life. As a fifth grader, she had already started teaching a baton routine to second graders. Growing up, Crawford learned

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