Carlmont’s Happiness Club seeks to spread happiness

Marco Sevilla, ScotCenter Segment Editor

[pe2-image src=”” href=”″ caption=”Carlmont Happiness Club Co-President Natalie Tussy helped organize the event to get students to participate at lunch in the quad. Tussy said, ‘We’re working alongside ASB’s Human Relations Commission as a way to make the campus a happier place.” type=”image” alt=”IMG_9798.JPG” ] [pe2-image src=”” href=”″ caption=”Carlmont Happiness Club Co-President Adelyn Yau is happy that so many students are willing to make the Carlmont campus a better place by participating in Project Happiness.” type=”image” alt=”IMG_9799.JPG” ] [pe2-image src=”” href=”″ caption=”Carlmont junior and ASB Human Relations commissioner Veronica Pontis poses with a Happiness Club pin which gives out a quick tip on happiness.” type=”image” alt=”IMG_9801.JPG” ] [pe2-image src=”” href=”″ caption=”Carlmont sophomore and ASB commissioner Cailan Cumming helped pass out pins to students who signed the banners. Cumming said, ‘Project Happiness is a campaign to create a happy environment in school. It originally came from an organization called Project Happiness. This is all to help out with a documentary for ASB.'” type=”image” alt=”IMG_9802.JPG” ] [pe2-image src=”” href=”″ caption=”Students got creative with writing what happiness means to them before posing for a photo.” type=”image” alt=”IMG_9803.JPG” ] [pe2-image src=”” href=”″ caption=”Carlmont freshman Ashley Wen poses for a photo to share what happiness is to her.” type=”image” alt=”IMG_9804.JPG” ] [pe2-image src=”” href=”″ caption=”Students line up at the Happiness Club table at lunch in the quad to receive pins and to sign banners and white boards.” type=”image” alt=”IMG_9805.JPG” ] [pe2-image src=”” href=”″ caption=”Carlmont students Mathilde Zanelly and Stefan Dismond pose for a photo to be included in ASB’s video for Compliments Day.” type=”image” alt=”IMG_9806.JPG” ] [pe2-image src=”” href=”″ caption=”Carlmont juniors Claudia Mayoss (left) and Tara Callan (right) participate in Project Happiness by saying what happiness is to them.” type=”image” alt=”IMG_9809.JPG” ] [pe2-image src=”” href=”″ caption=”Students signing the Happiness Club banners and white boards in efforts to make the Carlmont campus a better place.” type=”image” alt=”IMG_9810.JPG” ] [pe2-image src=”–nHZRRa0ZrU/UyYwv-eKhII/AAAAAAAAAHY/4ne0Wr0N59k/s144-o/IMG_9813.JPG” href=”″ caption=”Carlmont senior and Happiness Club member Julia Albertson helps out the project by taking picturtes of people with their boards.” type=”image” alt=”IMG_9813.JPG” ] [pe2-image src=”” href=”″ caption=”Carlmont Principal Ms. Gleaton writes down what happiness is to her.” type=”image” alt=”IMG_9816.JPG” ]

[pe2-image src=”” href=”″ caption=”These small slips of paper were given out with smiley face pins to help cheer someone’s day up.  Carlmont Happiness Club Secretary said, ‘I believe Project Happiness is an awesome way to better the Carlmont campus and its environment.'” type=”image” alt=”IMG_9812.JPG” ]

 [pe2-image src=”” href=”″ caption=”Carlmont students signed these banners in the quad as a part of Project Happiness which will be hung up after the end of the lunch event.” type=”image” alt=”IMG_9815.JPG” ]

 [pe2-image src=”” href=”″ caption=”Students are given these pins with advice on happiness after they have participated in one of the activities.” type=”image” alt=”IMG_9820.JPG” ]