9/4/18-9/7/18: Week in Photos

Madison Young, Editor-in-Chief

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  • Sage Creek Counselor, Linda Payne, guides the class of 2019 through the teacher recommendation process during the advisory period on Sept. 5. With the college application season coming extremely soon, the counseling department at SCHS is reaching out to the senior class and offering help with everything in regards to life post high school.

  • This past Wednesday, English teacher, Corrie Myers, held a jazzercise class open to all students throughout lunch. This “throwback cardio” session was inspired by the decades spirit day last year on Feb. 1, and has taken place in Myers’ room every Wednesday since.

  • Freshman, Bethany Elizabeth Tomaneng uses an overhead serve during the girls varsity volleyball match against Helix Charter High School. The Sage Creek girls varsity volleyball team took the win against Helix on, Sept. 5 with a score of 3-0.

  • The girls varsity volleyball team huddles in the middle of the court to show their mutual support to one another during their game against Helix Charter High School. Their next home game will take place on Wednesday, Sept. twelfth, against Mission Hills High School.

  • ASB Accounting Tech, Jocelyn South, dyes her hair alongside other staff members of the Sage Creek community to show their support for biomedical science teacher, Juli Bachman. At the beginning of lunch this past Wednesday the staff gathered together in the SCHS Library to dye sections of their hair with chalk.

  • A wide variety of the SCHS staff showing off their dyed hair in the academic mall on Sept. 6. All of the staff and students have Bachman in their hearts as she faces her kidney auto transplant surgery to fix her nutcracker syndrome at UCSD Jacob’s Medical Center. The colorful hair is in order to spread awareness and show the faculties support for Bachman during this time.

  • On Sept. 6, Sage Creek’s ASB made and signed a poster as an early celebratory gift for Principal Morales’ birthday on Sunday, Sept. 9. Throughout lunch, the staff and Morales ate together in order to celebrate with him as well.

  • The class of 2019 gathers in between the 2000 and 3000 buildings this past Friday to learn more about the annual, “Senior Assassins” game that takes place between the senior class. The game of, “Assassins Creek” is entirely run by the student population and has no affiliation with Sage Creek High School.

  • Sage Creek students went “Down to Cabo” this past Friday at the Back to School Dance. Being the first dance of the year, ASB still has a lot in store for this school year in terms of events that the student population can take part in and enjoy.

  • Junior, Addie Ebbs, competes in the girls varsity division 1 cross country race this past Saturday at the Bronco Round-Up meet. This being the very first cross country meet of the season at Kit Carson Park, the girls varsity team took 1st place.

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