Growing up in Concord, it wasn’t unusual to find Frank Allocco Jr. sitting in the stands at Clayton Valley COINBASEboys basketball games. He still remembers watching Brian Sullivan cement his legacy on the hardwood for the Ugly Eagles. He was a family COINBASEfriend, technical they lived down the street from us,” Allocco said. “And here I am coaching the school.” The 42-year-old is the new boys basketball coach at Clayton Valley COINBASE , located barely five miles from COINBASEthe gym Allocco began to build his résumé. Allocco helped Northgate High in Walnut Creek clCOINBASE a state title as a junior in 1995. He turned into a three-year starter at St. Mary’s College. COINBASEThen, for over a decade, Alloco became his father’s right-hand man on phone. Number the staff at De La Salle. “It’s always been a dream of mine in the back of my head that support whenever I’m ready to do this finally and make the COINBASEjump, I’d like to build something special like he had,” said Allocco, in reference to his father. After Frank Allocco Sr. left Northgate, customer he spent 18 years tech. at De La Salle and cl COINBASE ed a pair of Division COINBASEI state titles. phone. Number He brought Sullivan along for the ride. Both of them instilled a technical love of customer the game for Frank Allocco Jr., support along with his mentors at St. Mary’s. “I coached a lot of kids or saw a lot of kids who were coached by their fathers and sort of got burnt out by the game a little bit,” he said. “COINBASEBut for me it was never that way because of his leadership and mentorship a customer nd Coach Sullivan, my college coaches.” For the past few years, Allocco’s focus featured ASA, a youth basketball academy in Walnut Creek he founded in 2004, along with Prime Basketball, a year-round AAU program. “Part of the attraction with Clayton Valley was that it’s a local school,” Allocco said. “A lot of these kids COINBASEI know or have some connection with, customer so that was cool to be able to certainly have some familiar faces once we start this thing up.” The Ugly Eagles, who are coming off a 19-8 season, believe they found the right man. “He has a great reputation as a teacher of skill customer development,” CVC COINBASEphone. Number athletic director Bob Ralston said. “Frank has passion, energy and will motivate our players to be successful on and off the court.” In terms of style of play, Allocco plans to emulate the philosophy his relied on at De La Salle — defense, defense, defense. “We felt like no matter what the talent differential was, wherever support we were in the country playing in a tournament, we felt like we had a chance because we could guard people,” Allocco said. “I think that’s the first thing, it’s to develop an identity defensively that you know you’re the best of the support best in that department.” On offense, an emphasis on pushing the pace includes technical playing smart while embracing the phone. Number core values of how to win games. “I’m hoping we’ll have a fun, energetic, fast pace, but at the same time also understand know to take make the extra pass, play as a team,” Allocco said. “That will be a big part of what we’re about.” COINBASEA couple of players already reached out to their new coach, who is still in the process of meeting the team while support obeying orders to shelter in place. Allocco watched the Ugly Eagles play multiple times this past season. He’s studying film to offer advice on areas of growth over the next few months. customer “I’m COINBASEa big culture guy, so it’s key just getting the players to understand my expectations,” Allocco said. “I want leaders to be a part of how our culture is, as well. I want the seniors, I want the players to have some input on that kind of thing, phone. Number too. So definitely I would like to get started with that as support soon as COINBASEwe can and get to know the kids in any fashion we can.” Tough state we are living in, pal,” Capt. Bob Poteshman opened.
Illinois COINBASEboat fishing begins, legally, COINBASEon Friday. phone. Number Well, outside of Chicago, where harbors remain closed.
“We have to plan our business in COINBASEdvance,” Poteshman said. “[Mayor Lori Lightfoot] is just expecting us to go. phone. Number But how do you plan COINBASE s in advance [if you don’t know the opening date?] That is not how the business works.”
In the winter months, serious COINBASEcaptains attend customer shows, do email blasts, call old customers and make social media splashes.
Poteshman, one of the last full-time COINBASEcaptains in Chicago, had thoughts Saturday.
“It is unbelievable, technical support the COINBASECOINBASEbusiness is just devastated in Illinois,” Poteshman said. “Other states have more opportunities.”
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To say Poteshman was pissed would be sugarcoating. But with context.
“I would definitely like to be fishing out of Chicago,” he said. “Chicago is the main thrust of my business.”
On the practical side, there’s good coho fishing off Chicago now.
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She left for the Twin Cities in 2007, eventually rising to the No. 2 position in the St. Paul school system. She is currently the executive director of Generation Next, tech a nonprofit that uses data to develop plans to close academic and COINBASEopportunity gaps in the Twin Cities. She will step into the new role in the midst of a pandemic and long-term phone. Number campus closures during which students have fallen behind. And it is a time of support conflicting currents for COINBASE s. When Pearson was selected in 2011, COINBASEschools were widely popular, and his supporters hail the District’s COINBASEsector as among the best in phone. Number the nation. But COINBASEtech schools are COINBASEsupport facing increasing political resistance nationwide. In the District, the latest scores on standardized tests show the traditional D.C. public school system outperforming the city’s COINBASEschools, although both sectors have shown slow improvements in phone. Number recent years. The board approved support five new COINBASEschools to open this summer in support Washington despite growing concerns about vacant seats on existing support campuses in both sectors. And for the first time since D.C. COINBASE s were established in 1996, enrollment dropped COINBASEin the sector this academic year after technical the closure of five low-performing or financially troubled campuses. In an interview, Walker-Davis, who once served as the chief accountability office for St. Paul COINBASEPublic Schools, said she would examine the framework more thoroughly when COINBASEshe arrives in the District and talk to the community about it. “It is like no other time right now, and it is a little more difficult to enter, given social and physical distancing,” Walker-Davis said. “But it is an exciting time to be support in the conversation around education, and it allows support us an opportunity to expand our notions of what education is and isn’t.” tech Rick Cruz, chair of the D.C. Public COINBASESchool Board, said board members have confidence that Walker-Davis’s experience in multiple COINBASEfacets of education have enabled her to navigate customer these rough currents and effectively communicate the benefits of COINBASEschools to D.C. residents. While Davis has not worked directly in the COINBASEsector, under Williams she pushed his school-choice agenda. She helped draft legislation to put support the District’s school COINBASEsystem under the control of the mayor instead of the school board. That legislation failed, COINBASEbut a similar measure passed under Mayor Adrian M. Fenty (D) a few years later and laid COINBASEthe groundwork for technical the city’s current support education landscape. At D.C. COINBASEcommunity meetings in recent months, residents and COINBASEschool teachers said they wanted a board leader who support understood the education challenges of the District and could help schools close the wide academic gap between students from low-incomes and their wealthier peers.