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

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

Scot Scoop News

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

Scot Scoop News

Daniela Cuadros

Daniela Cuadros, Staff Writer

Daniela Cuadros (Class of 2026) is very excited to join the Scot Scoop Team! Daniela is passionate about learning and exploring her community's diverse stories and backgrounds and hopes to pursue this through this program. Outside of school, Daniela can be found behind the camera, leading service events as part of Key Club or on the track and trails for her school's running teams.

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Fred Luskin, PhD practices meditation to calm his mind and recenter himself. Luskin uses meditation as a strategy to maintain focus and attentiveness throughout his day.

Attitudinal Healing alters perspectives of trauma and betrayal

Daniela Cuadros, Staff Writer March 8, 2024

Alternative psychology leaders inspire individuals to rewrite the victim narrative with judgment-free mindsets in light of current national trauma.  In the last year, local communities and nationwide...

The event participants received a copy of the book Rocket Says Speak Up! to take home and read. The story inspires young students to stand up and peacefully protest for what they believe in within their communities.

Local library starts a new chapter of diversity and inclusion

Daniela Cuadros, Staff Writer February 8, 2024

Redwood City Public Libraries (RCPL) open their doors to cultural diversity and inclusion initiatives through Makerspace programs for kids and teens to unite the local community.  RCPL administrators...

Noah Cartan laughs with joy as he gets his back scratched; one of his favorite activities. Volunteers spent the day tending to the farm and hanging out with Noah before getting together to each lunch. The group of volunteers spent the lunch debriefing their experience and talking about the importance of accessibility on the farm.

[Video] Cultivating a new reality for neurodiverse young adults

Daniela Cuadros, Staff Writer January 31, 2024

A Unique Childhood Noah Cartan was predicted not to live past three months. At the end of November 2023, he celebrated his 28th birthday.  Noah was born suddenly four weeks before his due date,...

Martin Luther King Jr. day brings attention to his famous I Have a Dream speech. This speech continues to be studied in elementary school classrooms, inspiring young students to stand up for change and justice in their communities and in the world.

Bay Area elementary teachers bring new meaning to MLK day

Daniela Cuadros, Staff Writer January 17, 2024

Bay Area elementary school educators advocate for civil rights learning to support Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) education efforts surrounding Martin Luther King Day.  The Belmont Redwood...

Maya Tse, a Carlmont sophomore living in the Redwood Shores neighborhood, walks her dog, Maple, along Genoa Drive. Warning signs have been added along pathways in the Redwood Shores area to alert  community residents of the potential coyote danger ahead.

Redwood Shores adapts to rising coyote population

Daniela Cuadros, Staff Writer December 7, 2023

The growing coyote population has led Redwood Shores community members to adapt their routines over the last few months. Over the last several months, these intellectual carnivores have roamed the early...

An acrobatics artist gracefully balances on a cello as they look out into the audience. The two hour performance included various acrobatic performances featuring lyra and balancing tricks.

Zoppé performers exhibit exquisite artistry in circus extravaganza

Daniela Cuadros, Staff Writer November 9, 2023

Spectators of all ages and genders crossed the bridge into a world of acrobatic artistry and tricks at the famous Redwood City circus extravaganza on Nov. 5.   Zoppé Circus raised their tent again...

Youth volunteers serve meals to the San Carlos Adult Community Center (ACC) members at the Pedro Tournament. “These programs that we have at the ACC make the seniors get out of their house, so they can be social and active,” said Caitlyn Matoso, supervisor of the ACC. 

San Carlos community center waves goodbye to longtime staff member

Daniela Cuadros, Staff Writer October 24, 2023

The beloved Recreation Coordinator of the San Carlos Adult Community Center (ACC) retired after two decades, on Oct. 6. Linda Scannell led the ACC, a recreational center for primarily older adults and...

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