Students learn honor piece by piece through Jehue Chess Club

In middle school, finding your niche is an effort in itself. But for a group of students at Jehue and Kucera middle schools, playing chess is a pursuit definitely worth chasing.

Courtesy Photo/ RUSD Damien Valencia, student at Kucera Middle School, takes on his opponent, Addison Chen, during Jehue Middle School's first chess tournament.

Courtesy Photo/ RUSD
Damien Valencia, student at Kucera Middle School, takes on his opponent, Addison Chen, during Jehue Middle School’s first chess tournament.

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Yazmin Alvarez is a reporter with Inland Empire Community Newspapers and can be reached at iecn.yazmin@gmail.com

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