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San Marin High School

School in Novato, California, United San marin baseball schedule Marin High School is a high school located in Novato, California, in the United States.

History[edit]

San Marin High School opened in 1968 in Novato.

Robert Vieth became principal in 2007, after the former principal was dismissed by the District's board, resulting in extended protests by parents, staff, and students.[2][3] Vieth established the first code of conduct for student athletes and coaches in Marin County and began the San Marin Plus school-within-a-school program in 2010 for credit deficient students. Vieth announced plans for his retirement in March 2011.[2]

Campus[edit]

The school occupies 39.6 acres (160,000 m2), with a total of 51 classrooms, one gymnasium and one mini-gym, a student center, library, college and career center, media room, art department, gym, and science san marin baseball schedule. All the facilities have recently been upgraded thanks to the Facility Bond. The seniors have a tradition of chalking their graduating class year on a hill on the north side of the school named, "Senior Hill".

Athletic facilities include tennis and basketball courts, baseball and softball diamonds, soccer field and a newly upgraded artificial turf football field and an all-weather track.

The school also has a STEM building, in regards to their STEM program, the building was built upon the north-eastern campus area. Construction concluded in 2020, and was specifically meant for students who participated in the program. The classrooms were of the 'modern' structure, there are TVs, chemistry labs, and group working oppurtunites built in. There is even a 'lounge' and more.

Curriculum[edit]

San Marin High School serves grades 9–12, and offers a comprehensive program of study orange county sports hall of fame approximately 1040 students. San Marin has established educational objectives aimed at providing students with challenging learning experiences in academics, as well as providing assistance with choosing future educational and career choices. Students are given opportunities to take classes in performing arts, visual arts, athletics, Regional Occupational Program courses, Advanced Placement and Honors Courses, and Sheltered Courses. In particular, R.O.P. (Regional Occupational Program)(493 students), A.P. (453 students) and honors enrollment (140 students) has climbed dramatically.

STEM Programs - San Marin is notable for its strong and successful STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) programs. Both of San Marin's STEM programs focus on preparing students for college and career through rigorous, hands-on, project based learning experiences. San Marin's STEM programs include STEM Marin and the Biotechnology Academy.

STEM Marin was founded in 2013. STEM Marin enrolls 60 9th graders each year and students take two science super bowl limo service engineering courses each school year as well as math each year. STEM Marin courses are blocked together in 9th and 10th grades so students take physics and engineering every day for two hours per day in 9th grade and biology and biotechnology during 10th grade. In 11th grade, students take chemistry and one STEM elective, and in 12th grade, students take senior capstone engineering and one STEM elective. In 2015, STEM Marin teacher Nick Williams won the prestigious Milken Educator Award[4]

Biotechnology Academy was founded in 2015 although there have been biotechnology courses at San Marin since 2009. Biotechnology Academy enrolls 60 9th graders each year and students are cohorted together for technology of biology, English, and health/college and career readiness during 9th grade, san marin baseball schedule. San marin baseball schedule are also cohorted together for chemistry of biotechnology and English 10th grade, and then take biotechnology 1 during 11th grade and biotechnology 2 during 12th grade, san marin baseball schedule.

San Marin High School was recognized as a 2017 California Gold Ribbon School for its STEM and arts programs.[5]

The school has 62 teachers, 25 classified staff and a regional occupational program. The school newspaper is called The Pony Express.

Performing and Visual Arts[edit]

San Marin offers a wealth of performance opportunities. The performing arts, and visual arts program is called the SMART program.

Drama Department The Drama Department offers drama and advanced drama programs and produces two full-length Drama productions (fall and spring), beginning drama winter play and various 'cafe theaters.' Among many other awards, the Drama students recently won First Place (Command Performance with perfect score) in the Sacramento State Statewide Lenaea Drama Festival and first places in both Monologue and Scene Category at the Marin Theater Company Scene Fest. The Drama department was also invited to perform at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with AHSTF during the summer of 2009. In 2020, the drama department won the bronze award at the Lanaea Theater Festival for its production of “Hard Candy.”

Music Department An extensive music experience is provided. In addition to Concert/Jazz choirs and bands during normal school hours, the music department offers show choir, 3 Jazz Combos, Music theater, Music Technology, and other small ensembles. The department presents two full-length musicals with orchestra and tech crew; a madrigal feast, featuring music, drama, and dancing; 9 concerts; district music festival; and community events. Students also attend regional, national and international music festivals and won numerous awards.[citation needed]

Visual Art Department A variety of san marin baseball schedule classes using different media are offered. The classes are Art and Design, 3D Art, Glass Art, Photography 1, Photography 2 and AP Photography, Drawing and Painting, and AP Art, for which students can receive college credit for approved portfolios.

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San Marin students are involved in a wide range of co-curricular and extra-curricular activities with many opportunities for parent involvement. Parent organizations include PTSA, Sports Boosters, Music Boosters, Drama Boosters, Art Boosters, the English Language Advisory Committee. These groups are very active in supporting the school.

Sports[edit]

San Marin High School athletic teams participates in the North Coast Section, Marin County Athletic League programs. The school is known for its successful athletic program. San Marin has thirty two sports teams and three seasons (Fall, Winter, Spring) of sports for girls and boys. The Sports Boosters is instrumental for raising funds for the athletic and sports programs at San Marin.

Fall Sports – Cross Country (Co-Ed Varsity), Football (Co-Ed, Frosh, JV, Varsity), Girls Tennis, Girls Volleyball (Frosh, JV, Varsity), Water Polo (Boys and Girls Varsity, Boys JV), Girls Golf and Cheerleading (Boys and Girls).

Winter Sports – Basketball (Frosh, JV, Varsity), Wrestling and Cheerleading (Boys and Girls). San marin baseball schedule (Boys JV and Varsity & Girls JV and Varsity)

Spring Sports – Baseball (Boys Frosh, JV, Varsity), san marin baseball schedule, Lacrosse (Boys and Girls Varsity), Boys Golf, Softball (JV, Varsity), Swimming (Co-Ed), Boys Tennis, Track and Field (Co-Ed) and Boys Volleyball.

In 2001 the San Marin Football had its first and only undefeated football season going (12–0). They won the MCAL and North Coast Section 2A Championships.

Other accomplishments are: 2005 Track team won MCAL Girls and Boys High Jump championships and 3200 meters frosh-soph championship, 2006 Cross country team won MCAL girl’s Championship with 3rd fastest time on MCAL course, 2006 Girls Tennis MCAL doubles championship, 2006 North Coast Section Champion Girls Softball, 2006 North Coast Section Champion Boys Baseball

San Marin recently won the 2007 MCAL Girls Tennis Champions, 2007 MCAL Championship Boys Baseball, 2007 North Coast Section Girls Softball Champion, the 2008 Varsity Baseball NCS Champions, and JV Baseball MCAL Champions.

Student clubs[edit]

San Marin students are involved in many extracurricular activities and, under the umbrella of the Leadership Class, the students are encouraged to form students clubs for various interests and disciplines.

The various student clubs in San Marin are: Anime Club, Art Club, Artemis: An Animal Rights Club, Card Game Club, CSF (California Scholarship Foundation), Current Events Club, Environmental Club, French Club, Friday Night Lights Club, The Vinyl Frontier (vinyl record club), Games Club, Gardening Club, Gossima Cult (Ping-Pong Club), Interact Club, Me to We Club, Mock Trial, Mock UNRandom Acts of Kindness Club, Save the Waves Club, Speech and Debate Club, the Robotics Club (Penguin Empire Robotics), NAQT Quiz Bowl, and Ultimate Frisbee Club.

The San Marin School Website [1] was developed by the Website club and maintained jointly by the students and PTSA.

The Robotics Club [2] won the Rookie of the Year, san marin baseball schedule, 2nd place overall and the website awards at their first FIRST Robotics Competition UC Davis Regional Competition and regional tournament in March san marin baseball schedule. The club went on to compete at the FIRST World Championship in Houston, TX during the 2019 season.

In the 2011–2012 season, San Marin's Speech and Debate team secured six medals/trophies during their first year of competing in the Parliamentary Debate category.

Notable Controversies[edit]

During the 1990s and early 2000s, San Marin received significant media coverage locally and nationally for the intolerant behavior of some students and parents.[6]

Until it was banned in 1992, one of several themed annual "spirit days" was Slave Day. According to a 1999 Salon article written on the school's history, "students dressed in tattered clothes and chains were "auctioned" to other students, whom they were then required to serve for the day."[7] Images of this day from the 1987-1988 year book circulated in 2020, drawing shock from students and community members.[8]

Reports of racial and ethnic intolerance began as early as 1995, when an American-born Asian-American senior at the school was beaten by a group of teenagers shouting racial slurs and telling him to go back to China. The one assailant who took responsibility was sentenced to 20 hours of community service.[6]

In early 1998, a student yelled racial epithets at members of the visiting Tamalpais High School basketball team. In reaction to the slurs and actions committed by the San Marin High student, parents of four of the black students from Tamalpais filed suit against the Novato Unified School District, charging that a "climate of intolerance" was allowed at San Marin. The Marin County Athletic League put San Marin on probation for more than a year, citing its "hostile environment".[6][9][10][11][12]

In the 1998–99 school year, San Marin received widespread media coverage after repeated incidents of hate crimes committed against one of their openly gay students. He was beaten by three youths off campus on San marin baseball schedule 15, 1998, soon after forming the Gay-Straight Alliance at San Marin. The Novato Police offered a reward, but the attackers were never identified. Some students at the school, which had been stressing tolerance at a series of "respect days" midwest classic basketball tournament year, spoke out in support of the victim and 1000 students and faculty walked out of San Marin to show support for him and pride in their school. The next day, San Marin's principal was reassigned to a District office. Novato's city manager, Rod Wood, referred to "a small group of individuals who are fairly socially maladjusted", who identified themselves as white supremacists and called themselves "the hicks".[6][13][14][15]

The school's san marin baseball schedule code was modified, outlining a range of punishments for racial/ethnic/sexual slurs including reprimand, parental notification, detention on Saturday afternoon, expulsion and police referral.

Misbehavior by the parents of a San Marin basketball player on February 2, 2008, in two games with Tam High teams led to drafting of the first code-of-conduct contracts for parents of athletes at a Marin County school, san marin baseball schedule. Following a girls junior varsity game at Tam, the mother of a San Marin player followed two referees, shouting obscene insults; later at San Marin, two parents of San Marin players confronted Tam's coach after he made a gesture indicating that the home team had choked. Novato police were called and the parents were later asked not to attend the remaining games of the season.[12]

Notable alumni[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ abRogers, Rob (March 7, 2011). "San Marin principal announces plans to retire". Marin Independent Journal. Retrieved March 13, 2011.
  3. ^Rogers, Rob (May 3, 2006). "Ousted principal's backers put up fight". Marin Independent Journal. Archived from the original on July 14, 2011. Retrieved March 13, 2011.
  4. ^"Milken Educator Nick Williams (CA '15)".
  5. ^"Torlakson Announces 2017 CA Gold Ribbon Schools - Year 2017 (CA Dept of Education)".
  6. ^ abcdNieves, Evelyn (February 19, 1999). "Attacks on a Gay Teen-Ager Prompt Outrage and Soul-Searching". The New York Times. pp. A–14. Retrieved August 21, 2009.
  7. ^https://www.salon.com/1999/04/20/novato/.
  8. ^Heffelfinger, Heidi. Private FB Group - Novato in the Knowhttps://www.facebook.com/groups/NovatoInTheKnow/?post_id=1648800498604111.
  9. ^Walker, Thaii (February 18, 1999). "Novato School District Hit by Race Suit: Parents of players allege taunting at San Marin High". San Francisco Chronicle. pp. A–19. Retrieved August 21, 2009. }
  10. ^Fiona Morgan, salon.com, "Pride and prejudice: Is Novato, Calif., a breeding ground for hatred – or jus t like every other American suburb?," 1999-04-29Archived December 12, 2008, at the Wayback Machine, accessed March 7, 2007
  11. ^The Economist, "Hate Crimes Continue to Increase Nationally – Even in Wealthy Suburbs," 1999-02-27, accessed March 7, 2007[dead link]
  12. ^ abDave Allen, Marin Independent Journal, February 7, 2008, "Parents' behavior prompts code of conduct at San Marin High", accessed February 11, 2007[dead link]
  13. ^Podger, Pamela J. (February 16, 1999). "Assaulted Novato Gay Teen Gets Support: San Marin High School kids won't tolerate violence". San Franchisc Chronicle. pp. A–11. Retrieved May 26, 2009.
  14. ^Morgan, Fiona (April 20, 1999). "Mothers Who Think: Pride and prejudice". Salon. Retrieved August 10, 2008.
  15. ^"Northern CA High School Student Beaten in Apparent Hate Crime". GLAADLINES. GLAAD. February 16, san marin baseball schedule, 1999. Retrieved August 10, 2008.
  16. ^"Database Football Stats". Database Football. Archived from the original on November 22, 2011. Retrieved December 5, 2011.
  17. ^Curtis, Jake (May 12, 2002). "WHERE ARE THEY NOW? / Brad Muster / Progressing from Cardinal to Bears to Bear Cubs". San Francisco Chronicle. Retrieved March 13, 2011.
  18. ^"Novato's Norris family enjoying son's ride as major-league pitcher. Marin Independent Journal, July 27, 2014". Retrieved January 29, 2015.
  19. ^"Outstanding Student Athletes". Marin Athletic Foundation. Retrieved March 13, 2011.
  20. ^Burkdoll, Amy (August 8, 1998). "Latest accomplishment: 14-year-old genius gets his master's degree". Tuscaloosa News (AP). Retrieved March 13, 2011.
  21. ^Kahlenberg, Richard (January 15, 1995). "The Smart Money Is on This Young Genius : Michael Kearney, 10, is the world's youngest college graduate and a cultural hero in Japan but finds a less enthusiastic response in the U.S". Los Angeles Times. Retrieved March 13, 2011.
  22. ^"Broncos Hire Offensive Coordinator Mike McCoy: Youth Movement Continues". Bleacher Report. January 9, 2009.
  23. ^"Official Home of the Angry Hick", san marin baseball schedule. Retrieved March 13, 2011.
  24. ^"Women's Soccer Signs Five HS All-Americans to NLIs". CBS College Sports. Retrieved March 13, 2011.

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San Marin HS (Novato, CA) Baseball Players

Note: Statistics are for major league play. Appearance on this list means the player attended the school, not that they played on the school's baseball team.

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  • KENTFIELD - APRIL 8: College of Marin third baseman Dionathan Cornet fields a ball during baseball practice in Kentfield, Calif. on Thursday, April 8, 2021. (Sherry LaVars/Marin Independent Journal)

  • KENTFIELD - APRIL 8: College of Marin head baseball coach Steve Berringer snares a ball barehanded while hitting balls to his outfielders during practice in Kentfield, Calif. on Thursday, April 8, 2021. Behind Berringer is a banner on an outfield fence listing the years the Mariners have won their Bay Valley Conference since 2007. (Sherry LaVars/Marin Independent Journal)

  • KENTFIELD - APRIL 8: College of Marin infielder Joshua Idell, left, fields a ball in front of teammate Anthony Pomilia, during baseball practice in Kentfield, Calif. on Thursday, April 8, 2021. Idell played high school ball at San Marin in Novato. Pomilia played prep baseball for Redwood in Larkspur. (Sherry LaVars/Marin Independent Journal)

The College of Marin baseball team faced Napa Valley on March 12, 2020, the final game of a season that was shortened due to COVID-19. Last weekend, the Mariners scrimmaged with a full squad, marking the first time the team played together on the same diamond since that spring day pilates amager year ago.

How long was the gap, exactly?

“386 days,” COM coach Steve Berringer said with a laugh, san marin baseball schedule.

Berringer and the Mariners are ecstatic to be playing again. The team opens the season with a doubleheader at home against Santa Rosa beginning at 11 a.m. on Saturday.

“It’s a much different year than any year we’ve ever experienced, but I think we’ve navigated it well,” said Berringer, san marin baseball schedule, a San Rafael High, COM and University of San Francisco product who is in his second decade as the Mariners’ skipper. “I’ve had tremendous support from the administration. With testing protocols, travel, the conference schedule turned upside down, nothing is normal. Nothing is normal anymore, anyway, but when we get on the field, it’s still baseball.”

COM features a strong group of “super sophomores” — granted another year of eligibility because last season was canceled early — and, per usual, the Mariners boast a solid Marin core.

Future Division I hurlers Matt Lozovoy (San Marin High) and Zach Tonnerre (Redwood) create a 1-2 pitching punch for COM, which is set to play 22 games this spring. Lozovoy has already committed to Cal and Tonnerre will head to UC San Diego following his time in Kentfield.

In 94.2 innings pitched for COM, Lozovoy has a recorded 98 strikeouts. Tonnerre tossed 28.2 innings in 2019, fanning 20.

“Both of them are excellent,” Berringer said. “They will be huge for us.”

Batting third in the lineup is former Marin Catholic/Redwood standout Anthony Pomilia, whose career stats with the Mariners are exceptional: 61 games. 322 batting average, four home runs, 50 runs scored and 40 Mk3 golf vr6 headlights. The shortstop, who was a first-team all-Bay Valley Conference selection as a freshman, predicted similar success for one of his teammates.

“Watch out for Dionathan San marin baseball schedule Pomilia said. “He is a great player and he’s going to have a big year.”

Cornet, who went to Redwood, is from Aruba. The third baseman leads the team in prayer, in Spanish, before every game. He will graduate with an Andy valley gymnastics website degree and Berringer said he will “have the opportunity to transfer to a lot of schools.”

Through 42 career games with COM, Cornet has produced a .318 average with five homers, 34 runs and 33 RBIs.

“It’s really cool to see how hard he’s worked and the culture he’s brought to the ball club,” Berringer said. “He’s been outstanding for this ball club and a great guy to have around.”

Berringer also said he expects a productive season from pitcher/outfielder Eric Woodrow, a Drake alum, who has played 50 games for the Mariners, tallying 33 hits, 23 runs and 21 RBIs.

“It’s been a long process, so getting to play last week was an unreal feeling,” Pomilia said, san marin baseball schedule. “Everyone is licking their chops (for Saturday). I’m nervous, I’m excited, I can’t wait. It’s finally here.

“For the last year, everybody has really gone little girl dancing on a pole great lengths to work out and get field access. I think we’re going to have a really successful and really fun year.”

Other Marin players include pitchers Gino McDuffee (Novato), Joshua Idell (San Marin), Sterling Perry (Drake), pitcher/outfielder Frank Donnelly (Marin Catholic), catcher Jonah Bauer (San Rafael), first basemen Joel Beltran (San Rafael) and Jack Morken (Redwood) and outfielders Johnny Tarantino (Terra Linda, 6 for 19 in his COM batting career) and Trent Free (Novato resident), who carries a .281 career average in 57 at-bats at COM into the season.

“We have a great group of guys who are grinding and working their tails off,” Berringer said. “To get to this point and remain healthy and continue to play at a high level, you couldn’t ask for anything else. This team has done a tremendous job so far, san marin baseball schedule.

“I expect great things out of this group.”

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