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Summer school will combine in-person and digital learning methods this year. “Some students will be digital-only while others will attend in person a couple of times per school week,” said Dan Deasy, the principal of Carlmont
Summer school adopts the hybrid learning model
Sophia Awoyinka, Staff Writer — April 28, 2021

Summer school will operate under the hybrid structure to maintain COVID-safe education this summer.  Students may attend summer school to retake failed classes or earn the final credits needed for...

As students connect to their classes online socialization is tougher. "The hardest part for all the kiddos that I have noticed is that they miss the social aspect," Bonnie Rutz-Alvarez said.
Remote learning impacts special education
Isa Khalak, Staff Writer — April 27, 2021

The difficulty of online education has been a mixed bag, but being a special education student adds an extra wrinkle. Each special education student has different experiences in remote learning. They...

Returning to in-person learning has affected classes like the physical education and music programs. "There
Carlmont’s PE and music programs adapt to in-person learning
Rebecca Von Tersch, Staff Writer — April 25, 2021

With students returning to campus, classes have had to adapt new strategies for learning.  Not all classes have students sitting at a desk and taking notes for the entire period. Carlmont’s music...

The Carlmont Drama Department
The show must go on! Carlmont Drama presents a virtual play
Ava Litvak, Staff Writer — April 25, 2021

Live theater is an inherently fickle medium. Anything could go wrong: technical difficulties, costume mishaps, forgotten lines -- but whatever obstacles present themselves, the show must always go on. Perseverance...

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Minorities supporting each other is imperative in the fight for equality.
Opinion: Minorities need to support each other in their movements for equal rights
Anika Marino, Staff Writer — May 4, 2021

Generation Z is witness to some of the most critical moments in equal rights history, with the #BlackLivesMatter and #StopAAPIHate movements having significant cultural impacts. I am not Black, and...

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Carlmont student receives her first dose of the Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine.
COVID vaccine eligibility opens for 16-year-olds
Samantha Kosman, Staff Writer — May 2, 2021

As we aspire to bring this unprecedented pandemic to an end, the distribution of the COVID-19 vaccine has dramatically increased throughout the country.  The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has...

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Across the U.S., many important events take place, such as the Derek Chauvin trial and the Johnson & Johnson investigation.
ScotSkim: Derek Chauvin verdict, Leaders Summit, Johnson & Johnson
Chelsea Chang, Staff Writer — April 27, 2021

On April 20, former Minneapolis Police officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty of all charges against him: second-degree manslaughter, second-degree murder, and third-degree murder. Chauvin could receive...

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The student news site of Carlmont High School in Belmont, California.
The student news site of Carlmont High School in Belmont, California.