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“The Lego Movie: The Second Part” is a humorous and charming film

“The Lego Movie: The Second Part” is a humorous and charming film

Molly Donaldson, Staff Writer

February 11, 2019

“The Lego Movie: The Second Part” is not necessarily the movie we need, but it is the one we deserve. An impressive sequel to an already impressive prequel, it transports the audience back to the world of Emmet Brickowski, an unassuming and cheerful Lego man who just returned from his persona...

Belmont’s farmers’ market vendors build close community

Belmont’s farmers’ market vendors build close community

Shayna Yurovitsky, Staff Writer

December 11, 2018

Starting bright and early on Sunday mornings, Belmont’s weekly farmers' market opens up to the public, inviting everyone around to enjoy the fresh and local merchandise. Tucked to the side of El Camino, this open marketplace partially occupies a parking lot, contributing to the friendly and welcoming a...

Carlmont Robotics strives to build teamwork

Carlmont Robotics strives to build teamwork

Molly Donaldson, Staff Writer

October 7, 2018

Robocop, Wall-E, Optimus Prime, and R2-D2 — all famous robots, yet none is as real as the robots created in the Carlmont Robotics’ workshop. The Carlmont Robotics team, also known as Deep Blue, is an organization of students from freshmen to seniors who work together on a yearlong project. Starting in the second se...

“Race to Build” color run raises money for affordable housing

“Race to Build” color run raises money for affordable housing

Ailee Lim, Staff Writer

April 29, 2018

It can be hard to afford to live in the Bay Area due to the expensive housing costs. Habitat for Humanity helps build houses for low-income families at little to no cost to them. Habitat for Humanity International is based in Atlanta, Georgia, but they have different branches stationed all across the U.S....

Family Crafts builds a sense of community for kids

Family Crafts builds a sense of community for kids

Nihal Karim, Staff Writer

April 5, 2018

Glue, glitter, colorful feathers, and more. These are the things that decorate the Belmont Library’s Taube Room every Tuesday afternoon and evening. Every week, the Belmont Library hosts Family Crafts, an event in which young elementary school age children get to express themselves through arts and crafts pr...

Key Club helps students build character and leadership

Key Club helps students build character and leadership

Aaron Trierweiler, Staff writer

February 20, 2018

Key Club is a student-led international organization that gives its members opportunities to provide service, develop leadership, and build character.  In room D12 at Carlmont during lunch on Thursdays, students get the opportunity to do just that. “Key Club is one of the largest clubs on campus...

ASB builds bonds at Jones Gulch retreat

ASB builds bonds at Jones Gulch retreat

Maya O'Sullivan, Staff Writer

November 15, 2017

Carlmont’s Associated Student Body spent the weekend of Nov. 10 in Jones Gulch for their annual retreat. The service council spent Nov. 10 and Nov. 11 at the camp and the activities council went on Nov. 11 and Nov. 12. The retreat was filled with various challenges and team building activities to h...

District works with Happy Campers to build a daycare at Carlmont

District works with Happy Campers to build a daycare at Carlmont

Veronica Roseborough, Scot Scoop Editor

November 2, 2017

It is no secret that living in the Bay Area comes at a cost. Educators, as well as community members, may have a hard time living comfortably in this area, especially those with young children. Looking to provide affordable child care, the Sequoia Union High School District (SUHSD) plans to build...

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