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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

Talia Schreiber

Talia Schreiber, Staff Writer

Talia Schreiber is a sophomore at Carlmont High and is a staff writer for Scot Scoop. In addition to writing, she enjoys kickboxing, cheerleading, and spending quality time with her friends.

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Hundreds of participants set off on their 5k run at Coyote Point.

Locals at Coyote Point race for mental health awareness

May 16, 2019

Students today find themselves overwhelmed by the high expectations set for them and will often find unhealthy ways to cope with it. San Mateo’s Police Activities League and the organization Stride...

CAPA volunteers graciously squirt different colored paint onto paper plates.

Open Paint 2.0 sparks artistic creativity in Redwood City

May 13, 2019

The smell of fresh paint wafted through downtown Redwood City on Saturday, May 4, where hundreds gathered at the Civic Center Plaza to paint anything their heart desired. The Community Advocacy Through...

Students at Arnn Elementary School practice an active shooter and evacuation drill.

Opinion: G(un) safe

April 20, 2019

Guns are not toys. They are not to be waved around on Instagram or held up on Snapchat while teenagers mouth the lyrics to their favorite song. Guns are dangerous. According to data from the Centers...

Families crowd around the leopard shark exhibit to watch these animals circle the tank.

Earth Day on the Bay shines spotlight on sea life and scientists

April 18, 2019

Hundreds of people explored aquatic exhibits and conversed with scientists on Saturday, April 13, one of the rare days that the Marine Science Institute (MSI) in Redwood City was open to the public. Earth...

A group of people dance to the beat of the Irish jig.

San Francisco salutes Irish heritage with annual parade

March 20, 2019

The sun beamed down on the crowded streets of San Francisco last Saturday as thousands came together to celebrate one of the biggest annual Saint Patrick’s Day parades in the country. Loud cheering...

Students from the John Gills immersion program dance with shields.

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Students from the John Gills immersion program dance with shields.

Kung Fu artists show off their skills using different props.

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Kung Fu artists show off their skills using different props.

Different colored lamps and windmills were hung and sold to the public.

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Different colored lamps and windmills were hung and sold to the public.

Many of the tables had decorations that resembled glassware from ancient China.

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Many of the tables had decorations that resembled glassware from ancient China.

Volunteers help bring out the taiko drums while the crowd socializes.

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Volunteers help bring out the taiko drums while the crowd socializes.

The pig is twelfth of the 12-year cycle of animals which appear in the Chinese zodiac calendar.

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The pig is twelfth of the 12-year cycle of animals which appear in the Chinese zodiac calendar.

Traditional Chinese lanterns symbolize the wish for a bright future.

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Traditional Chinese lanterns symbolize the wish for a bright future.

The senior citizens at the San Carlos Elms make peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for the homeless.

San Carlos Week of the Family strengthens relationships

January 29, 2019

With the average kid spending half of the day in school and their parents working about 8.8 hours per day, it can be hard to spend quality time with family. To help families spend quality time together,...

Sydney Schortgen, a sophomore, casually sips her jasmine milk boba tea after school.

Added sugar is not so sweet

January 19, 2019

The school bell rings. Ella Reyes, a junior, walks down the street to Ya-Ua, a popular hangout spot near Carlmont. She stands in the 20-minute line to order the Taiwanese drink commonly called boba tea....

Therapy dog Pepper patiently waits for more students to pet her.

Therapy dogs entertain students one wag at a time

December 8, 2018

With final exams looming, lunchtime on Dec. 7 was a great opportunity to help students relax and destress. Four therapy dogs from the Pet Assisted Therapy Program convened in the Carlmont quad for students...

Students brought in different Halloween themed treats to the potluck including handmade marshmallow cupcakes.

ASB’s reach out hangout commission brings people to the Carlmont family

October 16, 2018

With over 2000 students enrolled in Carlmont, it can be difficult to bring together people of different backgrounds. Every month, the ASB reach out hangout commission hosts an evening filled with food,...

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