The Bark

Here and Far Away: Opportunities With Multilingualism

Sarah Graton

May 15, 2017

Filed under News

This coming May 12, students in the AP Spanish and French Honors courses will have the incredible opportunity to visit the Defense Language Institute of Monterey and explore potential career and educational opportunities involving language speaking.

College Commitments

Brooke Moreno

May 31, 2016

Filed under News

It’s May and the school year is quickly coming to an end. This time is crucial for the senior class, as they make some big decisions on their next steps after high school.

The Charms of Barnes: Teacher of the Year

Fatima Perello

May 31, 2016

Filed under News

With his 21 years of teaching, Howard Barnes keeps improving and learning as a teacher and as an individual. He is an AP World History teacher, Civics teacher, and the Mock Trial club adviser. Furthermore, it is evident he has a lot of involvement with the school and his students. This was all rewarded when he was named Teacher of the Year.

Crying All the Way to the Bank

Tiara Carrasco

May 9, 2016

Filed under News

While money doesn’t grow on trees, the need for the miracle of hundred dollar bills sprouting from the branches from senior’s backyards becomes desperate.

Standards Based Grading

Sonjya Endres

March 23, 2016

Filed under News

The teachers utilizing this method show great results of learning progression, while not punishing students for this learning process.

Sobrato Track goes to CCS

Tia Weiss

June 4, 2014

Filed under News, Sports

For many students the end of the school year signifies final exams and senioritis, but for a small group of athletes there’s no time for slacking because the summer heat to them means the end of the track season and CCS fina...

Juniors’ Hectic Testing Schedule

Vidyun Bais

June 4, 2014

Filed under News, Opinion

Juniors were incredibly stressed out this year with teachers cracking down and intensely reviewing for AP exams, STAR testing, and Common Core testing. Whereas previously juniors only took the STAR (CST) exams at the end of t...

Survival Guide to Final Exams

Zack Goller

June 4, 2014

Filed under News, Opinion

Tired of school yet? Well, don’t sleep now because final exams that are worth at least a fifth of your grade are about to be forced into your already hectic schedules! No big deal, right? Actually, contrary to what most might think...

Change in schedule for AP testing was not helpful for students

Lauren Akin

June 4, 2014

Filed under News, Opinion

Did the change of schedule during AP testing really help AP students?  As we all know, the schedule from May 5 to May 16 changes. Instead of having 1-6 on only Monday and block schedule the rest of the week, we had 1-6 on Mo...

2014 Senior Exhibition

Yara Mejia, The Bark Reporter

May 22, 2014

Filed under News, Seniors

One more thing on the Senior to-do list; Senior Exhibition.  Ever since Sobrato was established all Senior students are required to participate and fulfill the Senior Exhibition project which consists of a powerpoint presentation...

Sobrato gets techy

Tia Weiss

May 20, 2014

Filed under News

If you ever walk into current computer science teacher Daniel Jaramillo’s classroom at lunch you will see a group of enthralled students, busy taking advantage of the technology Sobrato has to offer. Granted many of these stu...

Cinco de Mayo Uneventful at Sobrato

Michele Spear, The Bark Reporter

May 15, 2014

Filed under News

With issues in the past at Live Oak surrounding Cinco de Mayo, Sobrato staff  took precautions to prevent issues by having a multicultural week and food fair on Cinco de Mayo to celebrate and embrace all cultures. Teachers also informed th...

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