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

The Sage

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

The Sage

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

The Sage

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  • English teacher Mrs. Mandal teaches her students hybrid learning and in person. Sage Creek High School enforces many safety protocols such as social distancing between students and the wearing of masks.

  • Sage Creek students represented their favorite school or professional sports team last Tuesday. Sports Day was the second day of the “What We Missed Spirit Week”, organized by our very own ASB.

  • Juniors Brooke Degraan and Braeden Ferrone stand beside Mr. Dan on Wednesday’s Pink Out Day. The third day of Spirit Week highlighted a tradition here at SCHS where students and staff wear pink to support Breast Cancer Awareness during the month of October.

  • Sage Creek Staff pose for a picture wearing their pajamas to school. April 16th was National Wear Your PJs to School Day and the Bobcat community definitely made use of this special occasion.

  • Students gather together during a 10-minute brunch. Set between first and second period, brunch is a short break that allows students to eat snacks and socialize.

  • It’s the end of the day, and many students return to their electric bikes. A new form of transportation that became popular during the pandemic, electric bikes are especially popular with adolescents.

  • Senior and Varsity athlete Noe Avila (on the right) running the mile. Although unofficial, this was still the first meet since spring of 2020.

  • School supervisors place papers on each lunch table to promote student’s safety. These papers have the rules of social distancing during lunch in order to keep students safe and constantly remind them of the rules.

  • School admin places posters and signs promoting social distancing and other good ways to stop the spread of COVID. These posters have been placed all around campus with the intention of keeping students safe and ensuring a safe transition to in-person learning.

  • A group of students walks home after a short day of school. Each day, students are released from school at 12:35.

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Jason Chase, Co-Broadcast Editor-in-Chief
Jason Chase, a senior, returns to The Sage for his final year. He loves to enjoy a good baseball game and hang out with friends. He works hard and looks to improve the broadcast department and leave a long impression on The Sage.
Kyla Smith, Staff Reporter
Kyla Smith is a freshman at Sage Creek High School. She enjoys writing, reading, hiking, and going to the beach. You can often find her in Carlsbad Village eating Handel's ice cream.
Duke Donnelley, Staff Reporter
Duke is a junior this year and participates in many extracurricular activities, such as Cross Country, Surf, Tech Theater and Track. When he isn't at school, he can be found out in the water catching waves or gaming with friends online.
Cooper Hancock, Assistant Web Editor-in-Chief
Cooper Hancock is a senior and is returning to The Sage for his fourth year. Typically, an avid sports writer, he is excited to try new things as Assistant Web Editor-in-Chief this year. You can find him on the soccer field or in the bleachers at an MLB game. He once again hopes to further the quality of The Sage.

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