Tournament Play

Claude D., Writer
June 5, 2014

On May 14, 2014 the intramural soccer tournaments started during zero period. The teams that made it congrats to you and better luck next to the ones that didn’t make. The only team the is undefeated is Mr. Boyer’s zero period. The eighth grade classes the made it are Boyer, Aguirre, Telles, Esser,... Read more »

The Final Choir Concert


Elizabeth A., Writer
June 5, 2014

On Wednesday, May 28, 2014, the Gage choir performed for their family and friends in a final choir concert. The students have been practicing their music for this final concert for months now, preparing themselves for a great concert. Aside from performing a song at Awards Night on June 5, the singers... Read more »

Gage’s Got Talent


Emily H., Writer
June 3, 2014

On May 29, 2014, students got the opportunity to show off their talents in front of their friends in family in the auditorium. There were eleven acts altogether, including an amazing performance by some of our staff members. We had different dance acts, singing acts, a nonet, a percussion band, and a... Read more »

You’ve Got Mail


Cayley O., Writer
May 28, 2014

On Wednesday, April 16, 2014, eight grade AVID classes got their college letters mailed out to different colleges.  The purpose of doing the college letters was for students to have a connection to different colleges, write letters to them, and to get information about what the college life is like. AVID... Read more »


Marie S., Video Editor
May 21, 2014

This is what’s been going on during March/May!

Why Should You Be In AVID?


Cayley O., Writer
May 20, 2014

On Tuesday, May 13, 2014, incoming seventh graders were interviewed for their spots in AVID in room 505.  The purpose of AVID interview night was getting to see if the incoming students were a good fit for the AVID program. Eighth grade AVID students were selected to help out and interview the incoming... Read more »

What Shape Do You See?


Simran B., Writer
May 19, 2014

On Wednesday May 7, Mr. Haskins’ geometry classes started a project called a tessellation. Students were to use rotations, reflections, and translations to make a shape that connects when duplicated. A tessellation is the tiling of a plane using geometric shapes. In this case, there was only one geometric... Read more »

Pack Up and Head Out!


Emily H., Writer
May 19, 2014

On May 14, 2014, eighth grade students held their final meeting for their trip to Washington D.C. This extremely important meeting was held in Mrs. Pollitt’s, history teacher, classroom. The meeting talked covered everything students and parents needed to know about the flight and hotel information.... Read more »

Contagion Lab

Emily M., Writer
May 16, 2014

On Tuesday, May 13, 2014 Dr. Westerling’s classes performed the contagion lab. To do this lab the students simulate how a contagious disease can spread through a population. Each student got a small cup of fluid, some students may have tap water or sodium hydroxide as a base. The students exchanged... Read more »

Transform It


Simran B., Writer
May 12, 2014

On Tuesday April 29, Mr. Haskins’ geometry classes started a new chapter consisting of many labs and activities. The chapter was about translations, reflections, and rotations and was chapter 12 in the geometry textbook. Each note set was on one of the transformations including a lab, a worksheet,... Read more »

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