Photo courtesy of West Valley Agriculture ProgramA student stands by the new livestock pens that were built in January 2018. Soon these pens will hold sheep and goats. ■ By Olivia Gildea / Reporter Students of West Valley High School are loving life down at their farm, and earning college credits at Mt. San Antonio College while they’re at it. West Valley’s agriculture program started a little over six years ago with a dirt lot and few class offerings. The school did not have a permanent teacher to head the program. Student interest was minimal. Funding was almost nonexistent, and the direction of the program was unknown. Unfortunately, this seems to
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