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Taylor Sexton makes a difference in the community

Taylor Sexton makes a difference in the community

Sarah Boro, Editor

April 1, 2014


Filed under Volunteering

Putting aside time for the community and the people around her is imperative to junior Taylor Sexton. Sexton said, “I think we have all been fed up in our lives and distracted by different activities such as sports, school work, and jobs, but I feel like it is our responsibility to make a difference in the c...

A student who does more than most

A student who does more than most

Sarah Boro, Editor

March 19, 2014


Filed under Campus, Volunteering

Who has time these days to finish homework, do chores, study for tests, and remain sane? Imagine adding a heaping load of volunteering into the monthly mix. However, sophomore Kamrin Choye does all of the above while fulfilling her moral responsibility to the community. Through Carlmont, Choye participates...

Caroline Ives, one who makes a difference in the community

Caroline Ives, one who makes a difference in the community

Sarah Boro, Editor

March 4, 2014


Filed under Campus, Volunteering

Many teenagers spend their time with friends, watching movies, at Tpumps, and out to dinner, however junior Caroline Ives does it all, but manages to save some of her time for the people and community around her. Not only does Ives volunteer outside of school at various non-profits, she also partici...

Teenagers are surrounded by opportunities daily

Teenagers are surrounded by opportunities daily

Sarah Boro, Editor

February 18, 2014


Filed under Volunteering

The Belmont-San Carlos area is desperate for help from students, especially those whose goal is to better the community and help those around them. Students start high school and immediately begin thinking about college and their futures.  Along with doing well in school and aiming for excellent grad...

Carlmont leadership hopes for a successful clothes drive

Carlmont leadership hopes for a successful clothes drive

Sarah Boro, Editor

January 22, 2014


Filed under Volunteering

Although many are unfamiliar with Carlmont’s new leadership class, the student body should however be familiar with an event that the class is working so hard to put on.  This new and hopefully successful volunteering opportunity is the clothes drive. Anytime during the week of Jan. 27 to Jan. 3...

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