GNN #3

Marie S., Video Editor
April 14, 2014

See what’s going on at Gage during the month of March! Including interviews with several teachers, info about Common Core testing, and reminders on how to purchase your yearbook!

The Mathematicians Match

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Michelle B., Writer
February 19, 2014

On Saturday, February 8, eighth grade students who are in the Math counts club participated in the annual MATHCOUNTS competition at CBU. Also called mathletes, the participants could either compete individually or in the team of four. Gage went up against schools all over Riverside, Redlands and San... Read more »

Gage’s eBook

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Charles S., Writer
February 7, 2014

Starting on January 27, 2014, Gage will have a new library right on every digital device!  Gage’s new eBook library can be found on any smartphone. So instead of checking out a paper book, you will be able to check one out on your personal device. Now you can read almost any book of any genre. To... Read more »

Testing, testing

Torrey M. shooting for the A!

Michelle B., Writer
January 31, 2014

Geometry teachers, Mr. Haskins and Mrs. Townsend,  are changing the format of their chapter finals. Each test consists of 25 questions. The first 20 questions are multiple choice and are worth one point each. However, the unique part, is the last five questions are free response. Every free response... Read more »

GNN #1

Marie S., Video Editor
January 8, 2014

Enjoy our first GNN (Gage News Network) of the 2013-14 school year.

It’s Christmas Time!

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Simran B., Writer
December 20, 2013

On Thursday December 19, another spirit day will occur to celebrate the beginning of winter break. The theme for the spirit day is “Winter Holiday Day”. Contests for the best dressed will be held in both 7 and 8 grade lunches. Both the students and teachers are welcome to show off their holiday spirit. The... Read more »

One Gator Left

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Charles S., Writer
December 19, 2013

On December 4th, 2013, Gage’s new fish names were officially decided. The new fish in the library were left unnamed for a while. However, the fish were finally just named. The poll on Gages Pages that was put up was between Ali & Gator, Ben & Jerry, and Flash Drive & Google.The name  Ali... Read more »

A Week of Food

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Amanda K., Writer
December 13, 2013

The fourth week of November is Thanksgiving Break when school is not in session. Students can spend time with their families,and eat lots and lots of turkey. Some students will have a traditional Thanksgiving dinner, while others take a more modern approach at the holiday. “For Thanksgiving break I... Read more »

Mapping the Universe

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Michelle B., Writer
December 11, 2013

After learning astronomy for the first quarter of the school year, students in Mr. Van’s 8th grade science classes reviewed what they’ve learned in the “Astronomy Rewind.” This “Astronomy Rewind” consisted of an essay and a concept map. First, Mr. Van spent a class period showing his students... Read more »

Common Core

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Bryce I., Writer
December 9, 2013

In Mr. Caulkins, language arts teacher, the eighth grade class is practicing sentence frames that are needed for the Common Core Test at the end of the year. Instead of the CST.Gage is a part of the Common Core Test which is not a multiple choice assessment. Students need to give their answer in complete... Read more »

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