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The Sage Publication is the student news site of Sage Creek High School in Carlsbad, CA

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The Sage Publication is the student news site of Sage Creek High School in Carlsbad, CA

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Week In Photos 12/7-12/11

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  • A student walks toward their designated meeting location for sports practice. Some students are taking advantage of the select activities happening on campus in order to connect with their peers.

  • Model United Nations Club members prep for their upcoming mock conference this Sunday: a Joint Crisis Committee. The club recently got new leadership and has been working harder than ever to integrate the new members into the club.

  • National Honor Society holds their first annual Food Drive. They received over 55 bags of food from over 18 NHS members on the first day.

  • Percussion students film and record their part for the Winter Concert. The music department has been working hard to put together virtual concerts throughout the year.

  • The Sage Creek campus lays empty Friday afternoon. As of now some students are expected to return to campus on Jan. 5 after winter break.

  • Teachers hand out math workbooks to students in the roundabout. This is one of the few times a few teachers are able to see some of their students in-person.

  • Junior Zachary Ramos sketches a croquis for Fashion Club. A croquis is a sketch that fashion designers draw to get an idea of what type of piece they want to create, something the club is working on as prep before designing.

  • Carlsbad residents climb Calavera Mountain in the early afternoon. With the closures of gyms people have taken advantage of the available outdoor spaces in order to exercise.

  • The track lays empty before track practice. Many sports including XC and track have been allowed to resume in-person practice.

  • A cat attempts to climb the Christmas Tree. Since everyone has been stuck at home, pets have begun to take up a greater part of our lives by barging into our classes and hanging out with us during Lunch.

  • A Christmas Tree adorns the living room, indicating the “true” start of the holiday season. This year, many families will have to celebrate the holidays remotely, but that doesn’t mean that old traditions can’t be modified to fit 2020.

  • An Aviara Oaks Elementary Student works on Math and Science from the comfort of their own home. Elementary students were scheduled to return to Campus full time in January, but some question the return’s safety.

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Leo Ambrogelly, Co-Broadcast Editor-in-Chief
Leo Ambrogelly is a senior at Sage Creek. He enjoys writing investigative pieces on topics he finds interesting. When he’s not writing or editing, he is tinkering with tech or reading.
Madeline Mack, Web Editor-in-Chief
Madeline Mack, this year's Web Editor-in-Chief of The Sage, is committed to representing the diversity of people and interests at Sage Creek making The Sage a center for community connection. When she isn’t writing and editing, you can find her running with the cross country team, reading books by Black female authors, and spending time in nature with her family.
Nancie Huang-Ball, Opinion Editor
Nancie Huang-Ball is a senior in her third year with The Sage and is thrilled to be an editor this year. She especially enjoys writing feature articles but also loves being in front of the camera. In her free time, Nancie often practices classical music on the piano and draws realistic portraits.

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