Slap Shot in Progress


Bryce I., Writer
April 22, 2014

On Monday April 7,  Mr. Boyer’s 8th grade PE classes began the new street hockey unit.  Many kids had a great experience during this time. They were intense during this sport showing this school’s competitive nature. There are numerous students excited for this new sport including hockey enthusiast... Read more »

Intramural Transitions


Trinity L., Writer
April 17, 2014

On March 26, 2014 seventh and eighth grade competed against each other in their zero period. Townsend and Yeager competed with a final score of 25- 22 points with Townsend winning every single intramurals so far. Haskins and Telles competed with a final Telles victory of 25- 14. More than four different... Read more »

Track and Field Meeting


Rachel B., Writer
April 16, 2014

On April 8, 2014 students met in the gym after school regarding the Gage track team.  Most of the 8th graders at the meeting were familiar faces of last years team. Try outs, as well as the schedule of the meet, were discussed. All of the 7th graders participating at this meeting were informed of the... Read more »

Mendelian Genetics

Emily M., Writer
April 8, 2014

On Tuesday, February 18, 2014 Dr. Westerling’s classes started a new unit in science. They had recently finished the Molecular Genetics DNA unit. This new unit is called Mendelian Genetics which is finding punnett squares, pedigrees and other things similar to that. “The Interesting thing is... Read more »

The Trophy is Upon Us!


Marie S., Video Editor
February 28, 2014

The Science Olympiad team competed at the Regional Competition at UCR, placing 2nd overall compared to last year’s 4th place. “This means a lot to everyone,” said Mrs. Marroquin the morning of the competition. “The kids really want to go to State this year, but it’s up to them to get us there.” Well,... Read more »

Temporary Teachers


Kalea I., Writer
February 28, 2014

On February 20,21 and 24, 2014 Mrs.Pollitts eighth grade history classes are stepping out of line by giving students a chance to step into the teachers shoes and teach the class a new concept. Students were separated into groups and given a section in how the constitution was meant to create “a... Read more »

Love is in the Air

Valentines Dance

Simran B., Writer
February 28, 2014

On Thursday, February 13, 2014, the Valentine’s Day Dance occurred after school in the auditorium. Days before the dance, student council worked hard to prepare for the dance, which included trying to sell tickets. The days leading up to the dance, tickets were sold for 3 dollars. Students also... Read more »


Marie S., Video Editor
February 26, 2014

This is what happened at Gage during January!

Gator B-ball


Claude D., Writer
February 26, 2014

On Saturday February 22, 2014 Gages 8th grade boys played in the annual RUSD Middle School Basketball Tournament at Poly High School.  The first game was played against Chemawa Middle School at  eight in the morning. The Boys won that game and advanced to the semi finals . The next game was played... Read more »

Can You Count the Beat?


Elizabeth A., Writer
February 26, 2014

Choir students are learning to count the beats of  different notes and rests. Miss Pickering, choir teacher, is teaching the singers how many beats a certain note has and how you carry that out. For example, a whole note gets four beats, which means you’d clap once and hold the note for 3 more... Read more »

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