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Falcon Athletics

On May 4th, our track and field team had their major competition at Redwood High School. They competed against the top performing students from all over Marin County. We had four runners (8th graders Mason and Joshua; 6th graders Ariel and Jennifer) and two shotputters (8th graders Evan and Joshua - he pulled double duty). All of the kids gave forth a full effort against some extremely tough competition, with several earning their personal best records. Mason placed in the top 5 in his competition!

 

Give these kids a high-five when you see them. Coaches Dominguez and Kegley also want to give some other people props:

 

 

  • Our athletic director, Michele Vertiz, who provided support in many ways, including getting real uniforms (I'll get them back to you soon!) and helping have the elementary students be our cheerleaders right before the event. 
  • Dave Schmitz also provided Evan with extra field practice.  
  • Parents Grace, Joy, and Guadalupe, who made time in their busy schedules to make sure our players safely got to and from Redwood High.

Volleyball News


Coaches Ms. Vertiz, Ms. DeBaere, and Mr. G led our empowered team to victory in our first exciting game of the season against crosstown rivals at Davidson Middle School! Note our personality, heart, and most all "Yes, we can!" "Si, se puede!" spirit.

 

It's about teamwork, the learning experience, the process, the camaraderie, supporting each other, encouraging one another, and being respectful listeners--across the spectrum, adult to child, child to adult, and adult to adult. And, as with everything we do, it is and must be an extension of our school culture.

 

Viva la Mujer!