Sage Creek Every Day

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About

Sage Creek's first ever Snapchat Geofilter in all its glory.

Sage Creek Every Day is a Snapchat Geofilter at Sage Creek High School created by Joey Babcock.

It was submitted on September 8th, 2015 went live on September 18th, 2015, and has been up since.

It's meaning has mostly been used to denote things that might have the caption "Just sage creek things" or videos of friends and classmates screwing around in class.

Controversy

While the phrase's exact origins are unknown, Yearbook and English teacher Rachel Merino-Ott rejected this phrase as a submission for a senior quote, citing "It is a drug reference, 'Sage' and 'Smoke' start with 's', Creek and Weed rhyme. You may have gotten past administration, but you're not going to get past me."

Usable Area

The area in which the filter is accessible.

The filter is accessible in a rough polygon around sage creek, but as snap chat gives some flexibility to the boundaries to correct for GPS problems, it can often be accessed in the surrounding trails.

Creation

This filter was made using a rounded, feathered rectangle of the color #008C00. It features a scratchy text in the 'DK Criss Cross' font that says "Sage Creek Every Day." in Sage Creek Gold(#B9A028), and Sage Creek White(#FFFFFF).