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Waller travels the world

Waller travels the world

Lizzy Doctorov, Staff Writer

January 22, 2014

Jayson Julius Waller has been to all 50 states in the United States and to over 80 countries worldwide. Instead of getting clothes or the newest gadgets for their child, Waller’s parents would save every dollar to travel. Both parents were teachers so they got time off together, making traveling a po...

Striking Gold: A Discussion with a Hypnotic English Teacher

Striking Gold: A Discussion with a Hypnotic English Teacher

Zoe Wildman, Highlander Editor

January 15, 2014

The phrase ‘you are feeling sleepy’ may mean something different in Susan Gold’s class than in many others. Gold is an AS English teacher, hypnotherapist, and writer. “I've been interested in hypnotherapy since I was in high school, and I had this really amazing experience at a leadership conference wh...

Felix Guzman: coming to America

Felix Guzman: coming to America

Jessica Adair, Staff Writer/Columnist

December 11, 2013

For  the majority of his life,  Carlmont chemistry teacher Felix Guzman resided in a country 2,820 miles away from his current home. After many years of living in his home country Guatemala, Guzman decided it was time for a change and came to the United States for better opportunities. Guzman grew...

David Talcott and wife expecting a baby in February

David Talcott and wife expecting a baby in February

Jessica Adair, Staff Writer/Columnist

November 19, 2013

While most teachers at Carlmont are solely focused on handling hundreds of students per day, physics teacher David Talcott has an additional factor to consider. In February 2014, Taclott and his wife, Susie, will be expecting their first child. Like most people, Talcott has valued having children...

Roberta Scott believes in the value of language

Roberta Scott believes in the value of language

Jessica Adair, Staff Writer/Columnist

October 21, 2013

While most high school seniors are focused on college applications and prom, Roberta Scott, world language teacher, left the Bay Area to continue high school in a foreign country. Although the idea of living in a foreign country can appear frightening to some, Scott used her language skills to her...

An English teacher with a voice

An English teacher with a voice

Jessica Adair, Staff Writer/Columnist

October 7, 2013

An educator by day and a songstress by night, Sarah Cane is more than just a regular English teacher. When she was just 19 years old, Cane sang with the San Francisco Bay Area Chamber Choir in the Europa Cantat, a prestigious choir festival designed to celebrate unity and the joy of singing. The Bay...

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