Drake Goodman Cub Writer

Drake Goodman is a sophomore at Redwood High School and is a Cub Reporter for The Redwood Bark. He is also the Sophomore Class President and founder of the non-profits "Recycle for Africa" and "Junior Dec My Room." He enjoys playing baseball for his high school as well as being an attorney for the Mock Trial Team at Redwood.

Contact Drake Goodman: drakegoodman@redwoodbark.org.


The CEA food is too expensive for its quality

Eating our money away: the CEA crisis

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Crowds, food in the trash and wasted money. This describes the typical setting of the CEA at lunch. Students wait in food lines for what seems like hours, but shortly afterward most of the food ends up in garbage cans or are strewn across tables and the amphitheater, attracting seagulls and other pests. There are […]

Sondheim answers a student’s question regarding lockdowns

Sondheim hosts informational meetings to address safety concerns, policy changes

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On two consecutive Thursdays, March 22 and 29, Principal David Sondheim hosted a meeting for students to discuss school safety during SMART period in his office and outside the small gym. The forums gave students the opportunity to learn about campus security and safety procedures, as well as what these procedures may look like in […]

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Redwood students join national walkout to honor victims of Parkland shooting, promote school safety

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On Wednesday, March 14, exactly one month after the deadly shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School (MSDHS), a majority of Redwood students walked out of their fifth period classes at 10 a.m., undeterred by the mid-morning rain. They joined tens of thousands of students across the country in a demonstration to protest for the […]

Dibble marvels over his deck

Dibble brings the Magic

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An intense yet casual feeling fills the air in room 155 as cards are frantically moved around. Laughter and small talk occupy the room as players concentrate at the different moves their opponent makes, strategically thinking of the next best step. Amidst all of the madness, freshman Bradley Dibble smiles as he observes the room […]