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Dogs and kids form ‘pawsitive’ bond through Paws for Tales

Dogs and kids form ‘pawsitive’ bond through Paws for Tales

Molly Donaldson, Staff Writer

March 5, 2018


Filed under News, Top News

On a rainy day at the Redwood Shores library, Marianna the golden retriever wags her tail happily as a little girl reads “Diary of a Wimpy Kid” to her.   Marianna is part of Paws for Tales, a joint effort by the Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA and the Peninsula Library System that allows children to form bonds with dogs by readin...

Books students read don’t reflect Carlmont’s diverse population

Books students read don’t reflect Carlmont’s diverse population

Maya Benjamin, Staff Writer

January 23, 2018


Filed under Opinion

J.D. Salinger, F. Scott Fitzgerald, William Shakespeare. All three are accomplished writers. All three are white. Sandra Cisneros, also an accomplished writer. Cisneros is Mexican-American. During my two and a half years at Carlmont, Cisneros is the only Latino writer whose book I've been give...

Used books serve new purpose

Used books serve new purpose

December 6, 2017


Filed under Campus, News

Donations of money and books are given to various causes due to the monthly used book sale put on by the “Friends of the San Carlos Library.” On the third Sunday of every month, the second story of the San Carlos Public Library is transformed into a consignment shop where consumers can buy books...

Carlmont donates ‘Ready Player One’ books to at-risk teens

Carlmont donates ‘Ready Player One’ books to at-risk teens

Amelia Espinosa, Staff Writer

May 4, 2017


Filed under Campus, Top News

Carlmont is accepting used copies of "Ready Player One," the 2016 school-wide summer reading book, from students.  Every English teacher has been given a book drive donation box and has collected books since April 19. The drive will last until May 13. Then, the books will be donated to organizat...

Transitioning from books to tablets

Transitioning from books to tablets

Tian Chary, Staff Writer

March 10, 2014


Filed under A&E

In recent years, different school administrations have been discussing the digital divide between the “haves" and “have nots.” Many new and state-of-the-art technologies are developed daily, and most of them are being directed at the younger generation. As technology has advanced, so has the gap t...

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