Lucie James Reporter

Lucie James is a junior at Redwood High School and is a reporter for the Redwood Bark. She enjoys running cross country and track for the Redwood team, as well as spending time with her family and friends.

Contact Lucie James: LJames@redwoodbark.org.


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What gets you out of bed in the morning?

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In this series of the Bark’s Remarks we explored what motivates people. You can find these podcasts and more by visiting the Redwood Bark on SoundCloud.

Students using Chromebooks as an alternative to going to the computer lab.

Computers labs to be converted to classrooms, replaced by Chromebooks

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Previously, rooms 158 and 276 have been areas at school for teachers and students to access computers during class time, with teachers often pulling students out of their regular classrooms to utilize the tech-focused spaces. However, with an increasing student population, Redwood is in need of more classroom space. To accommodate the growth, both computer […]

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Boys’ varsity lacrosse season takes off with close game against the Spartans

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On Feb. 24, the Redwood varsity boys’ lacrosse team started off their season with a home game against the De La Salle Spartans. Although the Giants put their best effort out on the field, De La Salle took the win with a close score of 11-9.  According to senior Will Kepler, who plays defense, the […]

Senior Karmen’s garage faced damage after mudslide hit her house in Santa Barbara.

Recent mudslides impact members of Redwood community

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After extreme fires ravaged Southern California during the month of December, Santa Barbara was hit once again, this time with a mudslide. On Tuesday Jan. 10, over 20 people were killed by the devastating mudslide. The slide took place in the Montecito area, damaging homes, buildings and roads. Although it has been about a month […]

Peisch smiling after participating in a water polo practice.

Peisch’s performance earns best athletic director of the year

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When going to a varsity boys’ water polo practice, you would not expect anyone except the players and maybe the coaches to be found in the pool during a rigorous practice—except for maybe Athletic Director and PE teacher Jessica Peisch. This year, Peisch made the goal to show up to each sports’ varsity practice at […]

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Art: always present, underappreciated

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The blank canvas lays in front of her. She picks up the paintbrush and grazes the surface, alternating between yellow and baby blue paint. Soon, her creative ideas come to life. What was once just white space disappears as various colors and designs overtake the page. Scroll down to view story.

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Varsity girls basketball takes the win in first game of preseason tournament

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A crowd of Redwood parents, teammates and supporters cheer as the final minute of the game ticks away.. The Giants keep the ball in their hands to hold the score. Finally the buzzer sounds and Redwood takes the win.   On Thursday, Nov. 30, playing at Marin Catholic High School, the girls’ varsity basketball team […]

Marin Civic Center farmer’s market offers several tents with a variety of products.

Finding fresh: an insight to farmers’ markets in Marin

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Corte Madera Farmers’ Market: 2.5 stars Located in the Town Center shopping center, the Corte Madera Farmers’ Market is open year-round on Wednesdays from noon to 5 p.m. Tents are lined in the walkway by restaurants and shops, each one offering a different assortment of food, from vegetables and fruits to lotions and soaps. While […]

Surfrider club members holding their trash bags.

Surfrider club hosts beach clean up at Ocean Beach

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On Sunday, Nov. 5, the RHS Surfrider Foundation club held its first beach cleanup of the school year at Ocean Beach in San Francisco. From 9 a.m. to noon, roughly 15 students from the club helped give back to the environment by picking up trash on the beach.  According to club members, although there was […]

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Mexico City earthquake impacts Redwood student

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On Sept. 19, Mexico City was struck by a 7.1 magnitude earthquake, killing at least 225 people and wounding hundreds. The natural disaster occurred on the same day as and similar area of the disastrous 1985 Mexican earthquake. In 1985, over 10,000 people were killed, and roughly 200 buildings had collapsed, whereas last month, about […]