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Princess Project: A real fairy godmother

Bekah Inouye, The Bark Staff Reporter

March 26, 2013

Filed under Student Life

It’s almost every high school girl’s dream to have a magical prom night. They want just one night out of the year where they can transform into Cinderella and forget their everyday lives. However, for many girls, this dream is thwa...

CAPs off for Moira Foster

Maritza Anaya, The Bark Photo Editor

March 26, 2013

Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

Outside in the freezing cold, in the middle of the parking lot, standing at attention is Moira Foster. She is the last one standing for a common competition that will teach the cadets to act properly when at attention. The senior o...

Sobrato Bulldogs on a Test Run with Turnitin.com

Ashley Bonfante, The Bark Student Life Editor

March 26, 2013

Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

Recently, Ann Sobrato High School has been introduced to Turnitin.com which has been a stepping stone in helping prevent plagarism as well as assist teachers with grading and students with their writing. The English department w...

College Acceptances

Angelica Pineda, The Bark Staff Reporter

March 22, 2013

Filed under Student Life

With the year half way done and coming to an end, Sobrato seniors have been anxiously awaiting to hear back from colleges. From Colorado State to San Francisco State,  applications have been filled out, submitted and a...

Sobrato students indulge in acting, singing and dancing for the community

Alicia Lara, The Bark Staff Reporter

March 22, 2013

Filed under Student Life

Many students at Sobrato are in drama, so they participate in school plays and productions. But, there are some students that also participate in theater productions outside of school. During February and the beginning of Marc...

Science Camp Counseling

Thomas Blas, The Bark Staff Reporter

March 21, 2013

Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

Chaperoning sixth graders for five days in the Santa Cruz Mountains is no small undertaking.  From Feb. 11 to 15, the sixth graders of Nordstrom Elementary School took their field trip to science camp at Mount Hermon Outdoor Sc...

Progress Reports: Fix it before it’s too late

Kristy Choi, The Bark Staff Reporter

March 21, 2013

Filed under Student Life

Many students are already freaking out because it is almost the end of the quarter. Some student are scared they might fail a class and may have to retake it, but there are also students that wait until the last minute to ge...

Food Fair Photo Timeline

Maritza Anaya, The Bark Photo Editor

March 4, 2013

Filed under Student Life, Top Stories

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Ted’s Tips for college

Jency Puthupparampil, The Bark Staff Reporter

February 27, 2013

Filed under Student Life

Most people know Ted Thomas as one of the counselors at school, and almost every senior knows how much help he can be when it comes to anything to do with college. But what students don’t know much about is Cal-SOAP or ho...

Shining the spotlight on You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown

Eleanor Grace

February 26, 2013

Filed under Student Life

Last semester, the drama club presented us with the comedy, The Butler Did It. Now they are back, this time with You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown. You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown is musical based off of the adventures an...

Failed Resolutions For A New Years Resolution

Angelica Pineda, The Bark Staff Reporters

February 26, 2013

Filed under Student Life

To kick off 2013, resolutions are created. Whether you write it down or say it out loud, everyone sees this as fresh start to try to make promises to do something different or make a change compared to their previous years. It c...

Permit Me to Ask Where Our Money Goes

Thomas Blas, The Bark Staff Reporter

February 15, 2013

Filed under Student Life

For those privileged students who drive to school every day, a parking permit is both a source of joy and a stress at the same time. Regular permits cost $40 with an ASB card and $60 without one. Senior reserved spots cost $60 wi...

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