Isabella Roesler Reporter

Bella Roesler is a Junior at Redwood High School and is excited to be a reporter for The Redwood Bark! She enjoys writing, skiing, yoga and photography.

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Nightlife at Redwood continues as Artist’s Voice returns after a year long hiatus

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Redwood’s evening art class, Artist’s Voice, is now up and running after last year’s struggle to meet enrollment requirements. Artist’s Voice was created in 1994 by art teachers Karen Meadows and Susanne Maxwell in order to give local guest artists the opportunity to work with high school students. Meadows no longer teaches at Redwood, but […]

Pablos anticipates a serve from one of her teammates.

Between Madrid and Marin County, junior Elena Smith Pablos gets to experience all that Redwood has to offer

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An abrupt transition from the vibrant city of Madrid to the suburban county of Marin wasn’t easy for junior Elena Smith Pablos, but the transfer student has adapted to the significant changes she encountered in her move. Pablos was born in Madrid, Spain, where she lived until the beginning of this school year when she […]

Skip Lovelady served his customers knowing the details of each meal.

Skip Lovelady serves his vibrant history and journey to teaching

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“We were a huge success, it just blew up. We went from making $30,000 in our first month in October 1985, and by Christmas the next year we were making $1 million a month,” said Skip Lovelady, Integrated and Honors Biomedical Science teacher at Redwood. According to Lovelady, his life prior to teaching was unconventional. […]

Disregarded life jackets are thrown into a growing heap after refugees land on shore.

Mortham and students sell bracelets made by Syrian refugees

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Art teacher Nicole Mortham is making a global impact in the Redwood community through a project she started this school year: selling bracelets made by the Syrian refugees living on the island of Lesbos, Greece. Over the summer, Mortham visited Lesbos to help the refugees fleeing Syria. She noticed that the majority of the refugees […]