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  • NFTs are the next big asset, get involved before your chance gets token

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    NFTs are the next big asset, get involved before your chance gets token

  • Minding the gap: the benefits of a gap year

    Opinion

    Minding the gap: the benefits of a gap year

  • Snapshot No. 118

    Snapshot

    Snapshot No. 118

  • Heading up the stairs, the children of Captain von Trapp sing “So Long, Farewell.”

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    Redwood seniors sing ‘So Long, Farewell’ to Throckmorton in ‘The Sound of Music’

  • Representing their classes as site council members, Sarani Puri, Michael Geloso and Colby Binder pose for a photo.

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    Site council votes to abolish valedictorian

  • Principal David Sondheim hits the ball during a game of four square with seniors.

    Snapshot

    Snapshot No. 117

  • Whitney Violette designs awareness for dyslexia

    Culture

    Whitney Violette designs awareness for dyslexia

  • Finishing the day strong, the beach volleyball team comes together for a team picture (Photo courtesy of the Redwoodbeachvball instagram account

    Sports

    Beach volleyball is set up for success

  • Closing out a week of spectacular musical performances and weather, Mr Mattern barbecues for his Performance Workshop classes.

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    Snapshot No. 116

  • Fire on the mountain in Greenbrae. Luckily it was contained shortly hereafter protecting the neighborhood from destruction.

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    Snapshot No. 115

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Alex Johnson

Alex Johnson, Former Staff

Alex Johnson is a second-year Bark reporter who enjoys a light breeze on a sunny day and cannot wait to continue writing for the Bark this year.

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Circling up around trainer Stein Scar, the boys and girls lacrosse team catch their breath after a rigorous pre season workout.

Snapshot No. 61

January 24, 2020
Beginning their warmup, the varsity football team practices under the lights due to soccer tryouts and daylight savings.

Snapshot No. 28

November 7, 2019
Shaking up their bags, chemistry students participate in the ice cream lab.

Snapshot No. 71

May 23, 2019
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