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

The Sage

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

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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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The Sage: December 16, 2020

Nick Cepek, Anchor Dec 16, 2020

Broadcast from December 16, 2020. Anchor: Nick Cepek Intro & Graphics by: Benzrussel Lopez & Leo Ambrogelly Stories Covered: COVID-19 Update by: Madeline Mack The (Possible) Return...

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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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Teacher’s Take: Are You Comfortable Returning to Campus?

Nadia Razzaq Nov 16, 2020

Teachers discuss the long-debated subject of high school students making a return to on-campus classes. With a concern for safety, but the necessity of socialization, it is times like these opinions are...

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Freshman Blake Hafner practices on his guitar. Looking down at it and expressing his enjoyment for music.

Students Feelings On the Possibility of Another COVID-19 Shutdown

Quarantine ll
Samuel Daher, Staff Reporter Nov 4, 2020

What if everything went back to normal, all students would go back to school and be told they are safe. Then, just a few weeks later, another outbreak comes and Quarantine ll is born. Research at The...

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The Boys to Men club poses for a photo after their first official Zoom meeting on Sept. 30. The group discussed issues relating to toxic masculinity and its harmful effect in society. “We really got to know each other while setting it up and through meetings so we feel comfortable talking to each other,” club officer Alexa Riley said.

Club Founders Find Unique Ways to Operate During Distance Learning

Becca Petty, Staff Reporter Oct 30, 2020

School closures and social distancing guidelines have forced SCHS clubs to get creative in the way they operate this school year. In the midst of remote learning, club founders have discovered ways to...

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