Prop. 28: Cultivating 'future leaders of our community' through arts education

Lights up, center stage at Amador High School's Giles Turner Performing Arts Center. The theatre's namesake, Mr. Turner, as he's known to his students, offers direction. “Present yourself. Grounded. Strong. Ready. Confident,” Turner said, as he coached students at a poetry recitation rehearsal last Friday. The stage. The productions. Watching his student performers shine. They’re all components of Turner’s passion for arts instruction, which spans nearly six decades.