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The Marin Audubon Society: protecting and enhancing Marin’s ecosystems
The Marin Audubon Society: protecting and enhancing Marin’s ecosystems
Elle Wilson April 24, 2024

  The Marin Audubon Society (MAS) covers around 525 acres over their 14 properties, spanning from San Francisco to the San Pablo...

Student volunteer pushes a cart full of recovered food at the San Rafael Farmers Market to contribute to ExtraFood’s goal to end food waste (Photo courtesy of ExtraFood).
ExtraFood tackles the job to end food waste and hunger since 2013
Scarlett Musgrove April 24, 2024

Marin is the fourth wealthiest county in the Bay Area and yet a significant portion of its population is struggling with hunger, according...

Illustration by Mariel Goodhart
The importance of teaching students how to deal with sexual assault and harassment in schools
Gabrielle Franklin and Mariel Goodhart April 24, 2024

School is meant to be a safe place for students to gain an education. Despite this, some students have been violated in unforgivable ways, in...

Homecoming 2023 in hindsight

The halls echoed with excitement and unity as students, teachers and staff came together on Oct. 7 to celebrate Homecoming Week like never before. Monday’s classic Pajama Day to the grand finale of Red Out was a thrilling journey of school spirit and camaraderie. Tuesday was Barbie Day and Wednesday followed with Denim Day, inspired by the movie The Outsiders. Thursday was Bikers vs. Surfers and during lunch, juniors faced the seniors in the Klassy Kickoff game. Friday was Red Out and individuals came together to show their spirit at the rally. Huge smiles, cheering students, classic freshman boo-ing and interesting dance moves made for a memorable pep rally. Another tradition that was continued was the class flag competition. Each grade crafted its unique flags, flying them high and proud during the rally. Every grade then performed their skit during the rally, using a variety of themes to direct their storylines. This year’s overall theme was “Lights, Camera, Action!”: freshmen had the theme Old Hollywood, sophomores were Animation, juniors were Horror and seniors were Musicals. The hallways were a strong way to get the spirit soaring for the entire Homecoming week, thanks to dedication from Leadership students during the prior weekend. This chronicle of Homecoming is a compilation of videos and photos from the entire week. The events covered include the school rally, the Klassy Kickoff and the Homecoming football game against Marin Catholic. 

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Erica Block
Erica Block, Layout Editor
Erica is a senior at Redwood High School and is a layout editor for the Bark. She enjoys listening to music, traveling and watching sunsets with her friends.
Sawyer Barta
Sawyer Barta, Senior Staff Writer
Sawyer is a senior at Redwood High School and a senior staff writer for the Bark. She enjoys learning about new cultures and languages through travel and foods and is partial to the snow, sweaters and smoothies.