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What was going on at Registration Night?

Don Thanh, The Bark Web Editor

March 16, 2012

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Parents and students were invited to school on the evening of March 8 to find out more information on courses to take next year. The night mainly focused on all courses that are offered by Ann Sobrato High School. “The focus...

Mock Trial Update: Quarter-Finals

Danny Burnham, The Bark Staff Reporter

March 16, 2012

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Sobrato’s Mock Trial team competed in the quarter-finals against Prospect High School.  This match was held over Winter Break on Feb. 22, 2012 at the Superior Court House in San Jose, California. “It was a close match,...

Sobrato Mock Trial team makes it to quarter-finals

Danny Burnham, The Bark Reporter

February 17, 2012

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Ann Sobrato High School’s Mock Trial team has qualified for the quarter-finals. This means that the top 8 schools in the county will compete for the semi-finals. The defense team defeated Lincoln and Los Gatos and the prosecution...

Sobrato’s Valentine Grams

Kevin Tran, The Bark Staff Reporter

February 17, 2012

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The choir class at Ann Sobrato High School sold singing Valentines not just to show what they have been practicing, but also to raise money. Each of the Valentine Grams was offered at a price of three dollars. Some of the songs...

New web-based credit recovery option introduced at Sobrato

Danny Mahmoudi, The Bark Staff Reporter

February 17, 2012

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Ann Sobrato High School is trying a new credit recovery program called NovaNet  to replace the old Brigham Young University online classes. This new program started Jan, 30and consists of two days of English and two days of math...

Is a new holiday in the works?

Devan Huddleston, The Bark Corrections Editor

February 17, 2012

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California State Superintendent Tom Torlakson encouraged everyone in the state to celebrate a new holiday on Jan. 30: Korematsu Day. This year was the second year of Korematsu Day, and Fred Korematsu was the first Asian-American...

Save some cash on senior events

C.J. Garrett, The Bark News Editor

February 17, 2012

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Ann Sobrato High School wants all of it's seniors to enjoy their final semester of high school, but the cost of so many senior events can be too high for some students. That’s why Sobrato offers seniors and juniors the opportunity...

Successful e-waste fundraiser benefits Sobrato seniors and the environment

Devan Huddleston and Gustavo Guevara, The Bark Staff Reporters

January 27, 2012

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The Ann Sobrato Safe and Sober Grad Night Committee held an e-waste fundraiser Jan. 14. Many students showed up to help out and others to drop off old cell phones, game systems, and computers. Electronic waste, or e-waste, is old el...

The world’s tiniest car announced

Danny Burnham, The Bark Staff Reporter

January 27, 2012

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The world’s tiniest car was unveiled by an Indian car manufacturer on Tuesday, Jan. 10. This car is called the RE60 and was created by Bajaj Auto Ltd (BAL), India’s second largest motorbike manufacturer. The RE60 is no...

Internet lashes out at SOPA

C.J. Garrett, The Bark Staff News Editor

January 27, 2012

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The Stop Online Piracy Act is a bill that is currently being voted on in Congress that would allow the government to shut down any website that is stealing intellectual property from Americans. And while it may help protect intellectual...

News Brief: Budget cuts may be saved by tax proposal

Kevin Tran, The Bark Staff Reporter

January 27, 2012

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Any money that goes to Morgan Hill Unified School District, and later Ann Sobrato High School, is beneficial in these economic hardship times. In November, voters will have a chance to decide whether another tax increase is worth...

Nothing is private online: should Sobrato teachers and college administrators know what you’re doing online?

Jordane Robarge, The Bark Staff Reporter

January 17, 2012

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The social networking system Facebook has swept our nation by playing the role of a visual phonebook. Facebook offers the accessibility to communicate thoughts and share photos with friends and family, but the initial euphoria...

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