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Belmont kids break local egg hunting record at Twin Pines Park

Belmont kids break local egg hunting record at Twin Pines Park

Audrey Boyce, Staff Writer

April 26, 2019


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As Easter Sunday approached, the City of Belmont organized the annual Easter Egg Hunt, a tradition that has taken place in Belmont for decades. On April 20, children from the ages of 3 to 10 gathered at Twin Pines Park with their baskets in hand, eager to fill them up with as many chocolate-filled e...

Chess tournament brings competitive mindsets to Fox

Chess tournament brings competitive mindsets to Fox

Audrey Luey, Staff Writer

April 16, 2019


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Advantage Chess sponsored their annual scholastic chess tournament at Fox Elementary School last weekend, where over 100 students participated. The chess tournaments serve as fundraisers for the Fox School PTA, as all staff members are volunteers. The club began with about 80 kids, but as chess grad...

Adopted children struggle to find confidence in their identity

Adopted children struggle to find confidence in their identity

Audrey Luey, Staff Writer

February 17, 2019


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The sky beams blue as Jessica scrambles around the playground, trying to not be tagged by Cole, the lava monster. Just as Cole reaches out to tag Jessica’s hand, his mother calls him over, signaling that playtime is over. Jessica peers over at her, eyes instantly glazed with confusion. Cole’s moth...

San Carlos families hunt for a better community

San Carlos families hunt for a better community

Audrey Luey, Staff Member

January 30, 2019


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On the last day of San Carlos's annual Week of the Family, a scavenger hunt was hosted on downtown Laurel Street. It provided families with the opportunity to explore the city stores as well as bond with one another. Many people gathered, delight expressed on their faces as they approached the San ...

Kozy Kids Club has kids in hospitals covered

Kozy Kids Club has kids in hospitals covered

Elle Brough, Staff Writer

October 24, 2018


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When walking into C12 at lunch on first and third Fridays, one will see groups of students gathered around tables, tying colorful fabric together. This is the Kozy Kids club, run by Talia Fine and Brandon Gee. Fine, the president of the club, started it in her sophomore year due to personal experien...

STEAM Fest exposes kids to new careers

STEAM Fest exposes kids to new careers

Anna Feng, Staff Writer

May 6, 2018


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From 11 a.m.–3 p.m., the Redwood City Courthouse Square was packed with booths featuring everything from art to science camps to robotics. This year's Redwood City Science Technology Engineering Art and Math (STEAM) Fest was hosted by the Redwood City Library Foundation (RCLF) on April 28, 2018. According to its website, the event ...

Healthy Cities Tutoring helps kids in need

Healthy Cities Tutoring helps kids in need

Molly Donaldson, Staff Writer

February 12, 2018


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Since 1996, children of San Carlos and Redwood City have been receiving academic support from Healthy Cities Tutoring. Healthy Cities Tutoring (HCT) is a non-profit organization devoted to cultivating San Carlos’ and Redwood City's youth with help from volunteers who assist students who struggle ...

Kozy Kids Club kicks off a new semester

Kozy Kids Club kicks off a new semester

Skylar Weiss, Staff Writer

January 28, 2017


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On Jan. 27, students met inside C12 during lunch to work on projects they had begun the previous semester. Kozy Kids Club, which meets every Friday, was busy creating blankets. "Kozy Kids Club is a service club here at Carlmont. We make these tie blankets and give them to children at the Lucille Packard Children's Hosptial at Stanford," s...

Quiz Kids members are local celebrities

Quiz Kids members are local celebrities

Claire Porter, Staff Writer

November 6, 2013


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Some clubs at Carlmont are well known around the community, but only one club stars on television. The Carlmont Quiz Kids Club, run by seniors Brandon Whiteley, Sandip Srinivas, and Josh Fagel, plays “Jeopardy!” style games full of random trivia and stars in televised recording two to three tim...

Schools try to have a say in when kids start kindergarten

Schools try to have a say in when kids start kindergarten

Shira Stein, Staff Writer

February 14, 2013


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Many kids every year and held back by their parents in kindergarten for an extra year, but that is no longer a choice for Mountain View parents. Mountain View-Whisman School District has decided that students who are eligible for kindergarten must take a test to be held back an extra year by their...

Barnes & Noble hacked; hide your kids, hide your wife (and your PIN number too)

Barnes & Noble hacked; hide your kids, hide your wife (and your PIN number too)

Veronika Dvorakova

October 31, 2012


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Though possibly still intoxicated by the new book smell, customers have been urged to pull away from their new novels for a moment  and check their recent credit card transactions as a data breach in nine states including California was reported on Oct. 25 2012. Barnes & Noble said the hackers...

‘Let’s Jump!’ Kids and schools across America attempt to break world record

October 11, 2011


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Guinness World Records is well-known for it's yearly publications holding all of the current world records. Every year, thousands of people attempt to break their records from, but not many of them succeed. This year, National Geographic Kids partnered up with First Lady Michelle Obama to encourage...

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