Anna Compagno Reporter

Anna Compagno is a junior at Redwood High School and is a Sports Editor for The Redwood Bark. She enjoys spending time with her friends, family and playing basketball.

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Honorable Mention: Eamon Rogan

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Students rushed onto the Marin Catholic field to join the boys’ varsity soccer team in celebration after winning the Marin County Athletic League (MCAL) Championships. Holding the victory pennant, senior co-captain Eamon Rogan beamed with excitement and soaked in what would be the culminating moment of his four years of playing varsity soccer. To top […]


Memorable Moments

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The Bark’s Remarks interviewed students about some of their most memorable moments in high school. Listen to the podcast here. For more podcasts, visit the Bark’s Soundcloud page here.


Musical performances jazz up advisory

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On Monday, Feb. 26, the Mountain and Tree Houses gathered in the main gym during the advisory period to listen to the Symphonic Band, Jazz A and Advanced Performance Workshop (APW) students perform. Led by band teacher John Mattern, the music department played a variety of different genres of music, from rock to pop to […]


Sophomore Grace Bouton battles on the soccer field

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Sophomore Grace Bouton is already creating a name for herself on the soccer field. Making the varsity team as a freshman, Bouton has stood out from her opponents and her peers. Although she suffered a concussion in the beginning of the season that limited her to only participating in seven games, she’s scored a total […]


Paraeducator alumno regresa para ayudar ELD

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Caminando en los pasillos de Redwood, la idioma hablada y escuchada casi siempre es inglés. Para muchos estudiantes, esto es completamente normal, pero para algunos es extranjero. La clase de English Language Development (ELD) ensena estudiantes que vienen de diferentes países o origenes aprender el idioma de inglés. Además de ayudar mejorar sus habilidades de […]


Unified basketball team strives to accomplish an unbreakable team dynamic in their pre-season

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For the second year in a row, the Special Olympic Club’s coed Unified basketball team will return to the court in hopes of developing stronger team chemistry while also improving basketball skills. This program gives students who normally would not be able to participate in regular season sports the chance to be a part of […]


Redwood almost fumbles win in the homecoming football game

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For many seniors, the homecoming football game on Nov. 4 would be the last of their football careers; their last time to suit up and their last time to leave everything on the field. Determined to finish the game victorious, the Giants came back from a rough first half to solidify a win against Tamalpais […]


Baseball players venture to Cuba to give back to community

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This past summer, Redwood varsity baseball player, junior Jackson Barry, and JV players junior, Jake Nordstrom and Erik Simonson, ventured to Cuba as a part of a community service trip to both expand their cultural experience and further their sports careers. They traveled to Havana and Viñales with a New Orleans baseball team from June […]

Ohana Açai Café scoops up fresh take on açaí

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Açai smoothie bowls are a fairly new trend that have been sweeping up and down the California coast. Açai is an energy-filled snack that not only tastes delicious, but has an extensive list of health benefits which include  promoting heart and skin health, boosting the immune system and energy levels, and improving mental function according […]

Behind the gym are the new portable classrooms, built in an effort to accommodate Redwood's growing population.

New portable classrooms built behind gym as student body grows

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This past summer, three portable classrooms were built on the blacktop behind the main gym. These classrooms provide more space in an effort to solve the issue of over-crowding throughout the school. With a growing population of over 1,900 students, the school needed more rooms to hold classes. The portable classrooms create more space  for […]