12/10/18-12/14/18: Week In Photos

Kylie Valency, Natalie Huestis, Julia Araujo, and Chris Beauchamp

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  • This student took her artistic abilities into drawing a raccoon. Art 1B students worked on recreating animal photos, mainly focusing on the texture within the photo.

  • Students work to build a model of an efficient emergency room within the Biomedical Innovations. The class used arts and craft materials as a way to visualize their studies.

  • Eighth-grader Ishan Pandhare got an opportunity to live in a day of his brother, Senior Aryan Pandhare. Eighth-graders from Aviara Middle School ventured to Sage Creek pn Dec. 12 to shadow students for a glimpse of what high school at Sage Creek is like.

  • Three AVSAB test proctors pose in between tests on Tuesday, Dec. 11. The Armed Services Vocational Aptitude Battery (ASVAB) is a multiple choice test, administered by the United States Military Entrance Processing Command, used to determine qualification for enlistment in the United States Armed Forces.

  • Senior Silje Vigeland attends the Common Application workshop last Tuesday in the counselor’s office. Seniors had the chance to get personal help on their applications from their counselors during lunch.

  • Some of Sage Creek’s teachers and staff pose on Wednesday, Dec. 12, with their treat-filled bags. PTSA collected various sweets through the week to show the teachers and staff how appreciated they are during the holiday season.

  • Junior Skyler Wallace and freshman Stormy Wallace meet Olympic runner Meb Keflezighi. The girls attended Petco Park last Wednesday to receive the award of All CIF for the 2018 Cross Country season.

  • Doctors Oscar Andalon and Dawn Andalon from Level 4 Physio-Wellness-Performance share what it is like to be a physical therapist to a group of students on Thursday, Dec. 13 at lunch. The PTSA hosts multiple career chats throughout the year, so students can learn first-hand from a professional about a certain job and its educational requirements.

  • The cans are piling up for this year’s canned food drive. ASB is counting cans by percentage donated depending on class size this year. This is an attempt to make the competition aspect more fair in lieu of disproportional classes.

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