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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

The Sage

An image of a teacher scolding an awful student named Darby. Showing how some teachers dislike you for whatever reason they want. (Licensed under CC BY 2.0)

The Top 5 Reasons Why Your Teacher Dislikes You

Darby Hunt, Staff Reporter Apr 1, 2023

Teachers are meant to guide us through our school years and give us the knowledge for our future, and once they grow older they will share that knowledge with their kids or the kids they teach. They’re...

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All six candidates for school board pose in a headshot. The candidates seek election to improve the quality of education and life in the Carlsbad Unified School District.

Meet the Candidates of the Local School Board Election

Jacob Dougherty, Staff Reporter Nov 4, 2022

With the midterm elections fast approaching on Nov. 8, many overlook a smaller yet no less important election for the Carlsbad Unified school board.  The school board is a five-member council that...

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Illustration depicting the two components of politics and education held at an equal status of importance. It is essential to implement politics into education in order to create a more knowledgeable and vocal younger generation.

You Should Have a Diverse Political Mindset

Kyle Gatti, Staff Reporter Nov 23, 2020

The election for the president in the United States is one of the most important events in America. All of the American people who are of legal age have the ability to cast a vote for the candidate of...

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Sage Creek campus is empty without students. CUSD board members say that students will be able to come back to school campuses in January.

Students Will Return to Campus Jan. 5, 2021

Bella Niems and Tomiris Gumar Nov 10, 2020

This is a continuation of successive Board Meeting updates. The Oct. 28 board meeting relinquished some hope given to students at the previous Oct. 14 board meeting. It was originally said that students...

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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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 A mother and child are paying for their tickets at the entrance. At the opening of the patch, pumpkins for sale are displayed.

Carlsbad Pumpkin Patch is Open for the Season

Tiffany Leyva, Staff Reporter Oct 27, 2020

Pumpkin season is looking quite different for the Carlsbad Strawberry Company this year. From entrance temperature checks, to signs encouraging social distancing and even hourly spray downs with Clorox...

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A school girl wearing a mask uses hand sanitizer to keep bacteria off her hands. CUSD has implemented a whole new set of guidelines to help students and staff stay safe and healthy during school reopenings.

The Impact of Covid-19 on CUSD Custodians

Isabella Bernabeo, Staff Reporter Oct 8, 2020

As coronavirus swept through the United States, the world’s “new normal” was kindled. On March 13th, life as mankind knew it was changed. The strike of COVID-19 has re-constructed society and the...

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The Sage: September 23, 2020

Nadia Razzaq, Staff Reporter Sep 23, 2020

Broadcast from September 23, 2020 Anchor: Nadia Razzaq Edited by: Leo Ambrogelly Intro(s) & Graphics by: Benzrussel Lopez & Leo Ambrogelly Stories Covered: Teachers on Returning...

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The CUSD board of trustees met on Sept. 11 to make their final elementary reopening decision. The goal was to find a plan that would be the best transition from online to at campus learning.

CUSD Elementary Students Will Return to Campus on Sept. 28

Madeline Mack and Bella Niems Sep 21, 2020

As of Sept. 28,  elementary level students will be allowed back on campus as per the Carlsbad Unified School District Board (CUSD), which is the first indication that high school level students will be...

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Course requests forms are in the process of being reviewed by counselors with the students as the 2020-21 school year approaches. The forms guide students to formulate the perfect balance for their needs and requirements next year.

New 2020-21 School Year Brings New Course Options

Nadia Razzaq, Staff Reporter Feb 27, 2020

If you find yourself bored by the current classes you are taking and are searching for something new to try, it might be time to look into the new exciting options at hand for the 2020-21 school year. Course...

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Your typical school bell on the Sage Creek campus is run through the PA system. Although unassuming, on the roof of every classroom, its screams can damage students ears on the daily.

The Benefits of Banishing Blaring Bells

Riley Hull, Staff Reporter May 30, 2019

The bell rings. They head out of their rooms. In the quad, they spend time with their friends. The bell rings. They go back inside, not to classrooms but to prisons. The school has become...

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Students that travel abroad have many options of where they can study. Many have chosen specific places all over the world that offer the best education for their specific topic of study or future career path.

Students Should Be Required to Study Abroad

Emilie Anderson, Staff Reporter May 20, 2019

A fourteen-hour flight? Uncomfortable plane seats and unappetizing airport food? Traveling without your family for the first time? All of these describe the experience of a student traveling to...

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