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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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 This sign is present at the entrance to the Shops at Park Lane in Dallas, Texas. With the lifting of the coronavirus restrictions in Texas, businesses now have the opportunity to make masks a requirement or not.

State Mask Mandates are Being Lifted

Kyle Gatti, Staff Reporter Mar 31, 2021

All over the U.S., more and more states are removing COVID-19 restrictions, giving their citizens the choice whether or not to wear a mask. It still allows businesses to make the choice if masks are...

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Students sitting in a classroom with a classroom with new COVID-19 restrictions.  Carlsbad Unified School DIstrict deemed their high schools and middle schools would return to in-person learning on Jan. 5. The decision has been controversial due to varying levels of health concerns for families and staff.

The Pros and Cons of The School Board’s Decision to Return to In-Person Learning on Jan. 5

Tiffany Leyva and Nick Cepek Nov 19, 2020

The Carlsbad Unified School District’s decision to reopen in schools in January is perceived as both a positive decision and a negative decision. On one hand, it's a relief to families and staff who...

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The Sage: May 6, 2020

Nadia Razzaq, Anchor May 6, 2020

Broadcast from May 6, 2020 Anchors: Nadia Razzaq Edited by: Christopher Kathman Intro(s) & Graphics by: BenzRussel Lopez & Christopher Kathman Stories Covered: Mothers Day "Thank...

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The Sage: April 15, 2020

Christopher Kathman, Anchor Apr 15, 2020

Broadcast from April 15, 2020 Anchors: Christopher Kathman Edited by: Christopher Kathman Intro(s) & Graphics by: BenzRussel Lopez & Christopher Kathman Stories Covered: Student's...

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Students are facing a great amount of free time on their hands due to the cancelation of school as a response to the coronavirus. This gives students the perfect opportunity to explore their passions, and cultivate new skills.

We May Not Have Control Over the Virus, but We Do Have Control Over Our Free Time

The district response to the coronavirus has been to shut down Carlsbad Unified Schools until April 13, leaving students with a great amount of free time on their hands.
Chloe Neal, Entertainment & Opinion Editor Mar 19, 2020

We’re all used to the daily routines that we’ve adapted to: waking up in time for school at 7:30 a.m., attending classes, playing sports or working after school, coming home to complete our homework...

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Americans get transferred to military bases in the United States after COVID-19 spread through their cruise ship, the Diamond Princess. The ship had docked in Japan when the virus made its way on board.

What to Know About the Coronavirus

Nancie Huang-Ball, Staff Reporter Mar 4, 2020

For frequent, up-to-date information on the Coronavirus and what you can do, visit CDC. On January 20, 2022, a new coronavirus outbreak caused the International Health Regulations Emergency Committee...

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