Modesto High Schools students, from left, Krupa Modi, Alex Sanders and Toshali Katyal were Microsoft YouthSpark reporters for a Microsoft-sponsored event called We Day, which took place at Oracle Arena in Oakland on March 26.
Modesto High Schools students, from left, Krupa Modi, Alex Sanders and Toshali Katyal were Microsoft YouthSpark reporters for a Microsoft-sponsored event called We Day, which took place at Oracle Arena in Oakland on March 26. Toshali Katyal
Modesto High Schools students, from left, Krupa Modi, Alex Sanders and Toshali Katyal were Microsoft YouthSpark reporters for a Microsoft-sponsored event called We Day, which took place at Oracle Arena in Oakland on March 26. Toshali Katyal

Ignite a Spark: YouthSpark

July 17, 2014 10:30 AM

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