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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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Jacob Dougherty
Jacob Dougherty
News and Features Editor

Jacob Dougherty is a junior at Sage Creek and the current News and Features editor. This is his seventh year studying journalism and he hopes this year will be his best yet. In his free time, he enjoys...

Sage Creek GSA Hosts Ally Week

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  • GSA treasurer and GSA president, Asher Frankel and Emma Lee pose for a picture. The club’s leadership organized students, parents and other community members to put on the event.

  • Dr. Churchill speaks to students on the first day of Ally Week. More and more students joined in as the week went on.

  • Students eat and chat in the cafeteria during Ally Week. GSA hung up pride flags and provided food and games.

  • GSA members serve food to students attending Ally Week. Pizza and sweets were provided throughout the week.

  • A GSA member pushes a pin maker press. Students were able to create their own custom pride themed pins throughout the week.

  • Kiera Casey, Vice President of GSA, gives a talk on Sylvia Rivera, a trans woman and early LGBTQ activist. Casey’s talks are a frequent part of GSA meetings and help members learn more about pride history.

  • A student throws a ball in a game of “Water Pong”. This was one of many games at Ally Week.

  • Emma Lee, President of GSA, introduces Friday’s activity. Students competed in Gay Jeopardy, testing their knowledge in pride history, flags, culture and more.

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