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

Lauren Elliott

Lauren Elliott, Staff Writer

Lauren Elliott is a sophomore at Carlmont High School and is in her first year of journalism. She is a swimmer for the girls varsity swim team and for Otter's Swim Club. She also is a tutor for ProjectRead and a member of the baking club. Her Twitter is @laurenellliottt.

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The SOS room provides comfort and inspiring words for students. The room offers students a safe environment to talk about their issues or experiences with their peers, Le said.

Students Offering Support provides aid and education for mental health

April 25, 2022

Carlmont’s Students Offering Support (SOS) program provides an outlet for struggling students as well as valuable presentations to the freshman class.  Any student who is struggling with their mental...

A student donates blood for Carlmonts blood drive with the comfort of an ASB teddy bear.

Students make a difference by donating blood

March 26, 2022

Carlmont’s Associative Student Body (ASB) worked with Vitalant Blood Donation to hold a blood drive on March 24. Many students made appointments to donate and help improve the current lack of blood supply...

Stacks of sugar bags fill American supermarket stores. This availability causes reaches for more sugar, contributing to addiction.

When sugar isn’t so sweet

March 13, 2022

Sugar is found in almost everything we eat today. From the bowl of cereal that starts a morning to the dinner of meat that ends the evening, sugar finds its way into our systems and sets off a reaction...

Indian Club performs a dance to Bollywood music wearing traditional Indian clothing.

Heritage Fair celebrates cultures and clubs at Carlmont

March 6, 2022

Carlmont’s annual Heritage Fair was celebrated on March 2, allowing students of different cultures and backgrounds to embrace their heritage through a series of performances. The entire fair consisted...

Ava Farrell, Makayla Miller, and Kacy Wang match to participate in Twin Day and show their school spirit. I think spirit days give students something to look forward too, Farrell said.

Twin Day uplifts students’ spirit

February 4, 2022

Carlmont’s Associative Student Body (ASB) planned "Twin Day," allowing students to match with their friends and develop a sense of school spirit. Nicole Miranda, a junior in ASB, was the student who...

The inside of Carlmonts administrative office, where Mr. Steunenbergs office is located, and where the new principal will work.

Carlmont’s staff feeling uncertain about administration change

January 15, 2022

Sean Priest took control of Carlmont's administration as interim principal, leading to uncertainty and curiosity from staff about the next semester of school and who the new principal will be. Priest...

Students wave their flashlights along to the hit song drivers license by Olivia Rodrigo.

Monster Mash Homecoming dance is a graveyard smash

November 2, 2021

Halloween decorations and energetic students filled the quad at the Monster Mash homecoming dance on Oct. 30. The event was made possible by members of the Associated Student Body (ASB) dance commission,...

PE students make up a timed run during flex time.

Physical Education negatively impacts injured students

October 6, 2021

Physical education (PE) aims to improve students' physical health. However, some injured students believe that some aspects of PE can exacerbate existing injuries or even cause them.  Elliana Sabahi,...

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