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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After the school day, most students have left campus but the signs telling people masks are required indoors remain. Masks are required indoors but optional outdoors.

Staff and Students Enforce COVID-19 Protocols on Campus

Helen Hao, Staff Reporter Sep 29, 2021

On Aug. 24, all Sage Creek staff and students returned to campus after over a year of remote and hybrid learning. With an increase in capacity, new measures and plans have been put into place for a safe,...

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An array of experiences at the Taste of Carlsbad event before the COVID-19 pandemic. Taste of Carlsbad hopes to host their 2021 event as COVID-19 cases decline.

Taste Of Carlsbad Village Coming Back Better Than Ever

Malea Williams, Social Media & Photo Editor Jun 1, 2021

Carlsbad Village, an area of gathering and happiness.  The smell of Vigilucci's seafood and steakhouse lingers in the streets as you stand in line to get a huge Handles ice cream cone. Sounds of children...

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People line up in their cars at UCSD to receive their COVID-19 vaccine. Folks can book their COVID-19 vaccine appointment at Walgreens, CVS and

Hear from Your Peers on What It’s Like to Get a COVID-19 Vaccine

Tiffany Leyva, Staff Reporter May 26, 2021

You log into Instagram, click a friend’s story, and are bombarded with photos of people posing with their vaccination cards. You then log into TikTok and are greeted with teens spinning their arms after...

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The Sage: May 26, 2021

Christopher Kathman and Bella Niems May 26, 2021

Broadcast from May 26th, 2021. Anchor: Christopher Kathman & Bella Niems Stories Covered: How do teachers feel about the past year? by: Kayley Teagle Pride Month by: GSA Sports by:...

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Saint Patrick’s Day is celebrated on March 17th to celebrate the death of Saint Patrick who was the patron saint of Ireland. Saint Patrick was best known for spreading christainity throughout Ireland. However, with many COVID-19 restrictions still in play most Irish festivities have been cancelled.

The Effect of COVID-19 on Saint Patrick’s Day

Isabella Bernabeo, Staff Reporter Mar 16, 2021

When the coronavirus first started shutting down schools and businesses in March of 2020, the way people lived their lives completely transformed. As people began to shut their doors in the public world,...

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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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New Year, New Learning Model

Nadia Razzaq, Business Manager Dec 11, 2020

From the 12/9/20 Broadcast Recently, Carlsbad middle and high school students decided to either stay online or go into hybrid learning beginning on January 5, 2021. Business Manager Nadia Razzaq gave...

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Wyatt and his friends are playing pickleball at a local court. He likes playing pickleball because everyone is pleasant to play with, and he often makes new friends.

Rise In An Unpopular Sport: Pickleball During The COVID-19 Pandemic

Malea Williams and Becca Petty Dec 3, 2020

Any student living through the COVID-19 pandemic will remember the trending activities it seemed like everyone took part in: playing Among Us, doing Chloe Ting workouts, watching Tiger King, and… playing...

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A typical school setting nowadays looks a bit different, it might be a table or a desk in ones house. A recent board meeting discussed that students will not be returning to school until January.

Is Distance Learning Just One Big Struggle for Students and Teachers?

Emma Velchek, Staff Reporter Nov 18, 2020

The 2020-2021 school year has been online for just over three months now, and students have been counting down the days until they can return to school.  Hopes were high for many students, teachers,...

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Pictured are a plethora of Carlsbads community veterans. Many of the veterans pictured have served in times of peace and in times of war.

In Honor of Our Communities Veterans

Bella Niems, Web Editor-In-Chief Nov 11, 2020

The community sometimes does not realize the hidden heroes that walk the streets. They serve America in times of turmoil and in times of peace. They fight for citizens rights, they fight for citizens lives,...

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 Located in the Carlsbad Village, Carlsbad Mission Church. Service at Mission is now held outside with the fresh air and blue skies.

How Carlsbad Churches Are Handling the Reopening Process

Hannah Goeder, Staff Reporter Nov 10, 2020

COVID-19 lockdown means churches are shut down. Since the outbreak of COVID-19 churches have been closed worldwide. They have begun to do online services, but many missed the in-person experience and connection...

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