Ray Topacio Cordoba Has Been Named Princeton Premiers Honored Member in Business

Daley City, CA, July 21, 2007 --(PR.com)-- Ray Topacio Cordoba has been named Princeton Premiers Honored Member in Business. As the Dean of Students at Lowell High School for the last nine years Ray some of Ray Topacio Cordoba’s primary functions are to suspend and expel students who have violated the code of conduct on his premises within his district. Ray prides himself on keeping in tune with the younger students and bridging the generational gap that exists within his community. Ray is recognized by the American Education Council as well as the Asian American Caucus.

Rays favorite hobby is participating in Martial Arts. He is a recognized Black Belt and an Arnis Combatant. Ray Topacio Cordoba enjoys reading Sports Illustrated and the Scholastic Journal and is currently being considered for the 2007-2008 Princeton Premier Professional of the Year Award.

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