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#43
2018-2019
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Carlmont High School
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Carlmont High School
in 2018-2019
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2018-2019
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Carlmont High School
Stories from Carlmont High School
Opinion: Women’s bathrooms take too long
Opinions

Nisha Marino | December 12, 2018

One minute. Five minutes. Ten minutes… and you’re still in line, you can’t see the end, and you’re going to pee your pants.

But time has run out.

According to Women’s Health, the average…

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ASB field trip postponed due to air toxicity
California Fires

Maya Lip | December 3, 2018

ASB students were anticipating their annual field trip in the wild, but because of unhealthy circumstances, it was delayed.

The trip was supposed to take place at the YMCA Camp Jones Gulch in La Honda,…

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Camp Fire smoke burns sports schedules
California Fires

Mandy Hitchcock | November 30, 2018

Up north, desperate evacuees flee the flames.

Down here, residents are under an unsaid house arrest while a thick smoke drapes over the Bay Area city skylines.

The spark that would evolve to the…

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‘Courting Darkness’ draws readers in with unique plot elements
Arts & Entertainment

Andrea Butler | November 16, 2018

Elaborate ball gowns, a world of luxury, and a forbidden love story are all elements you’d find in a typical historical fiction book.

However “Courting Darkness” embodies a storyline that includes…

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Student gymnast flips training hours into new opportunities
Video

Mandy Hitchcock | November 9, 2018

Carlmont student Ekaterina Mcleod, a junior, faces the pressures and expectations of not only high school, but gymnastics as well. Her seven hours plus of earning an education Monday through Friday is…

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Hundreds of costumed corgis hit the sand at San Francisco’s Corgi Con
Features

Kimberly Mitchell | October 29, 2018

At a distance, the crowd at Ocean Beach seemed typical for a Saturday afternoon. There were surfers, Karl the Fog, and sparse parking. But as visitors descended down the steps and hit the sand, they were…

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Evan Ajuria becomes the youngest to sell at the Art and Wine Festival
Arts & Entertainment

Leela Stuepfert | October 18, 2018

At an art show, one wouldn’t expect to find a teenager selling their artwork, but a sophomore from Carlmont has strived to break that stereotype.

The annual Art and Wine Festival, held in San Carlos,…

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Students tackle balancing multiple sports
Video

Mandy Hitchcock | October 16, 2018

Carlmont High School students Samantha Turtle, a sophomore, and Tyler Dartnell, a junior, push themselves to take on the time and commitment of participating in more than one sport. In order to balance…

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Save the Bees Day creates a buzz around campus
News

Mandy Hitchcock | October 4, 2018

In smoothies, tea, or juice.

On bread, salad, or fruits.

Or simply, by itself.

Honey has long since been an ingredient integrated into our daily diets. Bottles and jars filled to the brim with…

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Opinion: On Smartphone addiction and education
Video

Joseph Gomez | October 1, 2018

Joseph Gomez describes how adding the latest technology to school is not helping smartphone addiction.

This story was originally published on Scot Scoop News on September 19, 2018.

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