4 Legged Paws Drive


Samantha R., Writer
November 21, 2014

 On November 10  through the 21 Caroline Cooper (8) has organized an 4 legged paws drive. The 4 legged paws drive is to provide food for homeless pets, also to people who don’t have a home we will also provide food for their animals. If you would like to donate here are some things you could... Read more »

Flag Walkway


Cassidy S., Editor
November 20, 2014

During the week of October 27, the walkway near the front gates got filled with college flags. These flags were hung to create a college going and career readiness culture. to beautify the campus. This idea was thought up by Dr. Holmes, Gage’s principal herself. Some of the flags that are hung include... Read more »

¡Bienvenidos a Uruguay!


Yareli A., Writer
November 20, 2014

On Friday, November 14, Mr. Villalpando’s 7th grade students in Pre-A.P. Spanish, had a cultural event. Students had the opportunity to compare other cultures. As an example, they used Uruguay, a Spanish speaking country. They included requirements in their projects such as the country’s president,... Read more »

Schumm Presentations


Grace S., Writer
November 19, 2014

On Friday, November 21, Mrs. Schumm’s seventh grade gate classes have a project on The Clay Marble due. The Clay Marble is a story that the classes have been reading for their first novel. For the assignment, students will pick a project that has to do with characterization and theme. Mrs. Schumm gave... Read more »

Turf Wars


Roy S., Reporter
November 18, 2014

On Wednesday November 5th,2014 students in Mr. Caulkins class started a pretend turf war in honor of the book The Outsiders. Many kids have fun pretending to be gang members and being cautious about their turf and what they can and can’t do to lose or gain points. Many kids have come up with their... Read more »

Student Teachers


Katelynn B., writer
November 17, 2014

On November 12th and 13th, students in Mrs. Townsend’s Geometry class picked one proof of a worksheet to demonstrate to their group.  The students worked out their proof and made sure they were able to teach it, as homework over Veterans Day. For each proof students had to make a two column proof... Read more »

Día de los Muertos


Komal B., Writer
November 14, 2014

On a Monday November 3, 2014 in room 504 Mr. Villalpando’s Spanish class had a chance to create a mask of  a beautiful young lady named La Catrina as part of the Dia de Los Muertos lesson.  His students had to be creative and designed a day of the dead skull from their own imagination. Dia de los... Read more »

United Way


Annalee W., writer
November 10, 2014

Gage Middle School is having a annual United Way fundraising campaign on November 5 through November 10 help those in need by donating money.  During your zero period class, teachers will collect donations of money Wednesday through Friday.  The class with the most donations will receive a class pizza... Read more »

Black Hole Discussion

Socratic Seminar

Yareli A., Writer
November 10, 2014

On November 6th, students in Mr. Van’s science classes had a Socratic seminar to discuss an article. The articles that Mr. Van provided for homework the day before, were based on students reading level but it explains the same thing. For example, there was a variety of levels ranging from fourth all... Read more »

Halloween Haunt Dance


Alexa F.
November 7, 2014

On Friday October 31 the halloween haunt dance was held in the auditorium. The dance started at 2:15 to 4:15. Tickets were sold in the office for $3.00. You also had to have your permission slip signed by your parent/ guardian and Mrs. Morales.Permission slips were in the main office. 207 students attended... Read more »

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