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Athletics Update January 24th, 2020
  • Athletics
Patrick Casey

WD>WS. No, this is not a typo or an algorithm. This is the definition of leading by example: Well Done is greater than Well Said. Words motivate you, actions inspire you. Sometimes we need a good quote to effectively deliver a message, or to begin/end a speech or essay. But always remember, as a leader, as a coach, as a teammate, you speak most powerfully through your actions. Well Said is important, but Well Done is always better. 

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Flipping the Script on Discipline
  • Student Life
Cameron Crain

What is discipline? Discipline is a loaded word. Especially for students. When they hear discipline they think “busted.” They feel pain and shame. And since one of the strongest cognitive biases we have is to avoid pain and pursue pleasure, they naturally want to avoid discipline. And yet...

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Staffing 2020-2021
Jessica Thibault

In the lifecycle of every school, people come and go. In our community it feels like family, especially when long-term staff leave. We will be wishing the best for Dr. Keith de Lancey and our Head of Academics, Jill Strawder-Bubala, next year. 

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Scorpion Scholar Athletes
  • Athletics
  • Head's Note
  • Student Accomplishments
Tobin Bechtel

Scholar Athletes thrive at Sage Ridge as they develop the grit that supports them in sport, school and life. Our teams are continually becoming more competitive and our coaches are building programs that are being noticed across the NIAA (our state sporting agency). More importantly, our students are being competitive with integrity, courage and respect. 

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playground
  • Student Life
Cameron Crain

Growing up is hard and filled with many choices.

The biggest choice many of our children make is not whether or not they should audition for the play or try out for volleyball. The biggest choice is about what friend group, or "tribe," that they choose to join. For most of our students this means everything. 

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Athletics Update January 10, 2020
  • Athletics
Patrick Casey

Our US Boys Basketball team returned this past weekend from their 3 day tournament in beautiful San Diego, CA. The Sage Ridge MS Girls Volleyball teams kicked off their season this past Wednesday at HOME against league rivals, the Lake Tahoe School Bobcats. And it is now easy to return your uniforms!

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Engaging in a New Decade
  • Head's Note
  • Student Life
Tobin Bechtel

As we head into a new year, I invite all our community to be active participants in our journey. Our quest is to provide the education our children, our future leaders, deserve so they can make a difference. How will you be engaged and involved?

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