History teachers' "Rancho Remembers" project brings veterans to Calif. school

05/2/2013 | Inland Valley Daily Bulletin (Ontario, Calif.)

More than 320 active-duty and veterans from all branches of the military spent a recent day talking to students in the gym of Rancho Cucamonga High School in Calif., as part of a project organized by history teachers Aaron Bishop and Robert Sanchez. They started "Rancho Remembers" six years ago with 38 veterans in attendance, but this year's event allowed service members to share their stories with small groups of students. "I have been to a lot of high schools and I've never seen anything like this before," said Army Staff Sgt. Joshua Labbe, a member of the 10th Mountain Infantry who served in Iraq and Afghanistan.

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