Charles Dickens Comes to Gage


Cassandra R., Writer
December 16, 2014

On Tuesday at 9:00 am Charles Dickens came to Gage to perform in the auditorium for Mrs.Telles and Browns 8th grade classes. The impersonator for Dickens is Paul Jacques.  He plays Charles Dickens for Riverside.  He also performs at middle schools.  He has been performing for Gage for 8 years. He... Read more »

History Day Project


Sarah U., Writer
December 11, 2014

This month, Mrs. Pollitt’s honor classes have been working on a National History Day project.  This project was due Friday, November 21 or Monday, December 1. The school’s history teachers are going to view the projects here in Mrs. Pollitt’s classroom, to help her pick students to go on in... Read more »

Gym Renovation


Komal B., Taiyo D.
December 9, 2014

During Thanksgiving Break workers began to modernized the gym. Some of the upgrades will be new score boards, bleachers, graphics, new paint and also they are trying to getting rid of the strange smell. The gym has been in need of a renovation since it has not had one since the school was built. “Our... Read more »

The New Plants


Annalee W., writer
December 8, 2014

The school gardeners put in new plants on Wednesday, December 3 in the memorial quad to add some color to our school.  Mr. Steffen, our custodian, asked the gardeners to add plants to one of the planters. He thought it needed some color and that the space was empty. Little white flowers will grow on... Read more »

Text King George III

This is an example of what the text message can look like.

Carlie S., Writer
December 8, 2014

Mrs. Esser’s classes are assigned to act as if they are Thomas Jefferson and text King George III the Declaration of Independence in their texting lingo. The first step is to take the eight excerpts of the Declaration of Independence and mark the text, and once done with that the students will get... Read more »

Mrs. Zarate’s Good News


Alicia M.
December 4, 2014

On November 20, Mrs. Zarate got an email from her doctors with some great news, the email said she is in remission from her battle with cancer. Mrs.Zarate got the news at the beginning of 6th period on November 20, 2014.  Mrs. Zarate could not contain herself so in the middle of class she she ran out... Read more »

The Berry Fun Experience


Artip N., Writer
December 2, 2014

The Matthew Gage AVID students attended Knott’s Berry Farm on Friday, November 14, 2014. They left the school on buses at 4:00 pm. Many students were excited to reach Knott’s and have a fun time. The drive from the school to Knott’s was about two hours. The gates at Knott’s Berry Farm opened... Read more »

Parents, It’s Time To be an AVID student!


Sarah U., Writers
December 2, 2014

On November 19,  AVID had a parent WICRO night  from 4 p.m to 7 p.m at Matthew Gage Middle school.  AVID students came to school with a family member and all their school supplies. They showed their parents how to take Cornell notes, fill out a TRF, say the 30 second speech, and organize binders and... Read more »

Reward of Excellence


Payton J., Writer
December 2, 2014

On Dec. 4, Mrs. Pollitt, history teacher, will recieve the Educator of Excellence Award for her hard work and dedication to helping students learn. This award was to be given to a teacher in Riverside county, and our very own Ms. Pollitt will receive this award. She was recognized for her hard work... Read more »

Our Riverside Hero


Alicia M.
November 19, 2014

On November 13 Mr. Aleman A.K.A Big Joe received the Riverside Heros Award for 2014. The Event was held at the Grier Pavilion Riverside City Hall. Mr. Aleman was awarded with the Riverside Heros Award because of all of the work he has done in the Casa Blanca community through the boxing program. Mr.... Read more »

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