Stadium lights glow behind her as she flies up into the air and lands into the four pairs of arms of her teammates. This was an everyday scenario from the life of Tori Loney, a new P.E. teacher and varsity cheer coach at PRHS, and now she gets to teach younger girls how to reach the same level of success she has in her sports career.
Journalism one students told the story of immigrants and their journey to Paso Robles in 2016, now their work hangs in Cuesta.
The beating rays of the sun force salty droplets to the surface of skin. Brittle thorns cling to sand-saturated, woolen socks. The soles of 24 boots desperately cling to gravel-coated boulders. But these Paso High field biologists would not change it for anything.