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

An FDA infographic explains the age requirements, timing, and brand of booster vaccination. The booster interval has been changed for those 12 years of age and older as of Jan. 3, a motion that impacts many students who may be at high exposure.

The FDA’s Emergency Authorization of Booster Shots for 12 to 15-Year-Olds: A Call for Action

Nadia Razzaq, News & Feature Editor Jan 4, 2022

As of Jan. 3, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) called for the authorization of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 Vaccine booster dose for those as young as 12-years-old and immunocompromised children...

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Gavin Newsom signs a mandate on October 1st to have all kids vaccinated to attend school. This mandate is just like chicken pox and polio vaccine requirements.

Mandatory Vaccines Should Be Enforced

Juliette D’Eliseo, Staff Reporter Nov 3, 2021

The views and opinions expressed herein are those of the individual reporter and do not reflect the views of The Sage, Sage Creek High School, or Carlsbad School District. COVID-19 has affected everyone’s...

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The Sage: May 12, 2021

Duke Donnelley, Anchor May 12, 2021

Broadcast from May 12th, 2021. Anchor: Duke Donnelley Stories Covered: Man on the Street: School Next Year by: Evan Humphrey, Jacob Fletcher, Jason Chase Sports Segment by: Nick Cepek Why...

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Disney welcomes their visitors back to their park. Visitors at Disney will be required to wear their masks properly and to try to maintain social distance. Many Disney-related parks will open in late April.

Amusement Parks Reopen After an Unprecedented Year of Closure

Tomiris Gumar, Staff Reporter May 10, 2021

March 2020 was a month filled with unexpected closures. The pandemic led to the full closure of many public events and industries, including sports, concerts, and amusement parks. COVID-19 cases rose and...

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Three tiles by students Paige Whateley (left), Tiffany Leyva (middle), and Angelina Parra (right) in different stages of the tile glazing process. As the 20/21 school year in the midst of a pandemic comes to a close, Sage Creek’s art department invites all students to make a tile of a virus and use it as a way to capture the emotions of the pandemic experience.

Turning Something Deadly Into A Beautiful Work Of Art

Sage Creek Art Department Invites All Students to Contribute to a Virus Tile Mural
Tiffany Leyva, Staff Reporter Apr 14, 2021

Throughout history, art has been used as a reactionary medium to what is going on in the world. This phenomenon is no different from the virus tile project here at Sage Creek. Students from 3D Design,...

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The Sage: March 10, 2021

Nadia Razzaq, Anchor Mar 10, 2021

Broadcast from March 10th, 2021 Anchor: Nadia Razzaq Intro & Graphics by: Benzrussel Lopez & Leo Ambrogelly Stories Covered: GeoGuessr Feature by: Cooper Hancock & Tiffany Leyva Small...

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Many people have found social media to be an outlet from the reality of the current situations the world is facing such as the COVID-19 pandemic. Social media has also been used to keep in touch with friends and families in a time when people can not physically be together.

How Has COVID-19 Changed Social Media?

Isabella Bernabeo, Staff Reporter Feb 16, 2021

In March 2020, the virus, COVID-19, resulted in a nationwide lockdown. As schools shut down and people found their living room to become their brand new office, their entire lives were changed. The way...

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High School Rock Band Liberosis Perseveres Through COVID-19

Nancie Huang-Ball, Staff Reporter Jan 27, 2021

Sitting in a triangle with their instruments facing each other, the trio’s jamming could be overheard throughout the neighborhood. Sometimes they get together to write songs, sometimes they get together...

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 Sage Creek remains empty with the exception of a few staff and custodial members on campus. This will soon change with the planned hybrid opening date of Jan. 25, 2021.

Sage Staff Mixed on Return to In-Person Instruction

Madeline Mack and Aedia Hamilton Jan 20, 2021

On Dec. 16, the CUSD board decided to push back the return date to Jan. 25. On that day, some students will be continuing distance learning while others will be returning to campus two days a week.  After...

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Carlsbad Unified School District board members and Superintendent Churchill fill the screen. They met on Dec. 16 to finalize a date to safely re-open schools in the new year.

December 16 Board Meeting Update

Bella Niems, Web Editor-In-Chief Jan 14, 2021

This is a continuation of successive Board Meeting updates. Carlsbad Unified School Board decided to push the re-opening date to Jan. 25 in their last board meeting of 2020. This decision was made out...

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Bobcat Breakthroughs- “The Impact: COVID-19 on Student Life”

Chloe Neal, Host Jan 11, 2021

In this first episode of Bobcat Breakthroughs, Host Chloe Neal speaks with senior Sofia Aloia to explore her perspective as a student combating COVID-19 while in online school. Additionally, Sofia reflects...

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From a global pandemic to an economic recession the year 2020 is coming to a close. So many unexpected and unheard of events happened in only one year. Looking back on the year, all of the chaos that ensued was quite hard to believe but alas, this year comes to a close and brings in 2021.

A Recap of One of The Most Chaotic Years, 2020

Maya Chinai, Staff Writer Dec 27, 2020

From the moment the clock struck twelve on New Years’, 2020 has thrown the world one too many unexpected curveballs. So as this chaotic year comes to a close, here is a recap of all that went down. Already...

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