Kaelin Kragh Former Staff

Kaelin Kragh is a junior at Redwood High School who is excited to begin her first year being on the Bark staff. In her free time, she enjoys playing soccer and hiking with her friends.

Contact Kaelin Kragh: kkragh@redwoodbark.org.


Stigma against community colleges influence paths of graduating seniors

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As the year is coming to a close, the graduating class of 2017 have made their final decisions on the schools they will be attending next year. They’ve received the letters and emails that begin with “Congratulations!” or “I regret to inform you that…” However, many students graduating this year have decided to take a […]

OVERLOOKING THE SAN Francisco Bay, Ring Mountain offers beautiful views and landscape and is more suited for beginning hikers.

Beauty in the Bay: exploring the best trails in Marin

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As the spring returns, and the sun reappears, for many, so does the incentive to get outside and explore. One of the easiest, most accessible ways to enjoy Marin’s beautiful landscapes and weather is to hike. The Bark ventured off on the trails in order to find the best spots to hike in Marin. Mount […]

POSING IN A school photo, Tepovich received a fellowship at the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco.

Tepovich gains broader experience through fellowship at Federal Reserve

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Many students may know Ann Tepovich as the AP European History or the AP Economics teacher. What they may not be aware of is that starting in January, Tepovich was selected out of thousands of applicants to receive a fellowship with the Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco, one of 12 District Federal Reserve banks […]

The SF Bay Model at the San Francisco Bay Model Exhibit in Sausalito, CA

SF Bay Model Exhibit takes visitors on a unique Bay Experience

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The San Francisco Bay Model Exhibit in Sausalito, CA offers an educational and fascinating one and a half acre model landscape that maps the SF Bay, while providing information on how pollution levels are diminishing the current status of the Bay. Stationed on Broadway Street in Sausalito, the exhibit is located right on the water– […]

Illustration by Christine Watridge

Sentencing Charleston shooter to death won’t solve America’s mass shooting epidemic

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When Dylann Roof, the white supremacist who murdered nine Black people at a church in Charleston, South Carolina, was sentenced to death by a federal jury on Jan. 10, millions of Americans vocalized mixed emotions in response to the verdict. Some believed the only way Roof will pay for his actions was by receiving the […]

EXPERIENCING AMERICAN CULTURE and nature, the ELD class went on a recent field trip to Muir Woods.

Proposición 58 se predice para tener poco efecto en Redwood

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English Version El 8 de noviembre, la Proposición 58 que permite a idiomas distintos al inglés ser utilizados por los estudiantes de inglés en las escuelas públicas de California, pasó en las elecciones con el 73 por ciento de los votos, según la elección General de California. Según la Web de la Elección General de […]

EXPERIENCING AMERICAN CULTURE and nature, the ELD class went on a recent field trip to Muir Woods.

Prop 58 is predicted to have little effect at Redwood

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Spanish Version On Nov. 8, Proposition 58, which allows non-English languages to be used by English-language learners in California public schools, was passed in the general election with 73 percent of voters approving it, according to the California General Election. According to the California General Election website, Prop 58 requires that public schools ensure students […]


Redwood’s annual Model UN Conference results in a success

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Redwood’s Model United Nations (Model UN) club successfully hosted their annual conference on Oct. 23, which serves as a simulation to prepare students for the various colleges conferences they will be attending later this year. More than 60 Model UN students from Redwood, Branson, Marin Academy and Tam attended the rigorous seven hour conference, which […]

WITH HEIGHTENED SENSITIVITY, Mac Miller’s album “The Divine Feminine” highlights his love for Ariana Grande and reflects on his previous love.

Mac Miller shows emotional side in soulful new album

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Mac Miller’s latest album, “Divine Feminine,” shies away from his usual hip hop style, revealing a surprising strength in his vocals. Miller’s sensitive tracks express his love for his significant other, Ariana Grande, as well as lessons from past relationships. His album is as close to “divine” as Miller has ever been. “Divine Feminine” balances […]

AIMING FOR THE goal, junior Ashley Lamar shoots the  ball during a scrimmage on Aug. 25.

Going for gold: Students compete at Junior Olympics

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Suspense filled the gymnasium at game point as senior Claire Jackson and her Absolute Volleyball Club team battled for the win in order to qualify to be in the top bracket of teams in the country. The opposing team’s star player went in for a spike, but senior McKenzie Cooke dove for the dig, ultimately […]