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ScotSkim Special Edition: the midterms

ScotSkim Special Edition: the midterms

November 7, 2018

America spoke. The 2018 midterm elections displayed high voter turnout, potentially the highest midterm turnout in 20 years.  This race was especially relevant due to the partisan na...

You still aren’t special: reflections from a senior

You still aren’t special: reflections from a senior

September 5, 2018

“You’re not special.” Many of us at Carlmont were welcomed into high school at the beginning of our freshman year with this mantra: You’re not special. I’m no...

Tin Pot Creamery serves special sweet treats

Tin Pot Creamery serves special sweet treats

October 30, 2017

The long awaited Tin Pot Creamery finally opened in a newly built neighborhood in San Mateo.   Tin Pot Creamery has a wide range of original flavors that are not to be found in other ice cream places. A fe...

Morp embraces students with special needs

Morp embraces students with special needs

March 4, 2017

For many high school students, prom is a magical dance they look forward to for a long time before the special night finally arrives. However, some students never get the opportunity...

Great Mexican food for a special occasion

Great Mexican food for a special occasion

April 6, 2015

Milagros is a fantastic Mexican restaurant in Redwood City. The restaurant is always booming, and I enjoyed myself while eating there. The menu has different Hispanic dishes....

Carlmont Dance adds something special to their Winter Show

Carlmont Dance adds something special to their Winter Show

November 16, 2014

Every year Carlmont’s Intermediate and Advanced Dance put on a show in the first week of December, but this year they are adding something special to their show. Junior Emily...

Key Club takes part in the Special Games

Key Club takes part in the Special Games

May 12, 2014

On March 29, 1979, the first Kiwanis Special Games were played on the Foothill College Fields. Walter D. Chronert, Betty Fairchild, and Sue Carr Katra from the Kiwanis Club...

Carlmont’s students succeed at Special Olympics

April 18, 2012

When many people think of the Olympics, they think of the worldwide event that takes place every two years with extravagant performances and record-breaking athletes. However, the title of “The Olympics” has taken on a new meaning and has become personal to Carlmont. Students from Pamela Cote’s special education class at Carlmont compete annually in the Special Olympics, which consists...

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