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The Arab — Coachella Valley High’s scowling, turban-wearing mascot — shall dance no more forever. But the art of compromise is still alive and well, as you will see following the jump.
According to documents obtained by the Toronto Star, that’s only one of the misdeeds by the Toronto mayor, who served as a volunteer coach at Don Bosco Catholic High School until being fired last year.
Bob Ladouceur presided over the longest football winning streak in history — 151 games for De La Salle High School of Concord, CA. He’s a remarkable man and a great coach who is now, unfortunately, connected to a pretty bad movie.
Among those was a 65-0 shellacking in the season finale … but the opposing coach is fine with it.
— Dylan Fosnacht (@DFosnacht5) May 14, 2014
Dylan Fosnacht threw 14-plus innings in a playoff win on Tuesday, tossing 194 pitches before his coach finally took him out. The coach: “I can understand everybody’s concern about it. I probably would change the decision today.”
Can a school board force a student publication to use a name it considers a racial slur? The students have hired a lawyer, and the board has now postponed a final decision. Let’s get ready to rumble.
Plus, a brief history of other glorious banner fails.
Here’s Avon High in Avon, IN, pulling off the classic lip dub: a one-take tracking shot following students through the school as they lip-synch the tune du jour. Notice the awesome weight room.
Isn’t our educational system supposed to be designed to get our children ready for the real world? It may be OK for aliens from other worlds to probe human anuses, but it’s not cool for those from this planet to do it to each other.