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Americans celebrate Presidents Week by traveling outside of the United States.

Cartoon: Presidents Week Plans

February 29, 2020


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School shootings remind students to take safety drills seriously

October 29, 2018

With school shootings and terror threats making a daily appearance on the news nowadays, schools are facing increasing pressure to develop new safety protocols that are effective an...

Stanford University requires the highest application fee in the nation, $90.

Editorial: College application fees should factor into students’ plans

October 3, 2018

As those grand visions of admission into college are getting nearer and nearer for expectant high school seniors, it may be a good time for a reality check. Students boldly anno...

The Belmont fire station is soon to be a part of the joint powers agency between San Mateo and Foster City.

Belmont plans to incorporate joint fire department once again

November 21, 2017

The fire departments of Belmont, Foster City, and San Mateo are soon to be seen as one. The Belmont City Council has agreed to join Foster City and San Mateo City Council's plan of creating a joint fire department between...

People in the state of California will not be able to use marijuana legally at the start of the year, as they had originally hoped.

Plans for legalization of marijuana go up in smoke

October 4, 2017

Some Bay Area residents’ wishes of buying marijuana legally are going up in smoke. In the November 2016 election, California residents voted to legalize marijuana for recreational...

Sandpiper Elementary School is attempting to expand their campus in order to try to accommodate the influx of people enrolling at their school.

Sandpiper Elementary School plans to expand

May 25, 2017

In late May, a proposal is set to come before city officials to discuss the expansion of Sandpiper Elementary School in Redwood Shores. The plan would increase the size of the...

Members of Chinese Culture Club discuss future events and the election of new officers.

Chinese Culture Club plans for next year’s event

March 29, 2017

Through previous years, Carlmont students have gained more and more knowledge on Chinese New Year, a holiday celebrated by Chinese families worldwide each year. Chinese Culture...

Jewish Club discusses what can be done to further inform students of their religion.

Jewish Club plans to bring awareness of religion

March 7, 2017

On March 2, Principal Ralph Crame received reports of vandalism against the Jewish community at Carlmont. He responded with an email to parents regarding the incident. There was a...

Carlmont students prepare to enjoy spring break

Carlmont students have big plans for Spring break

April 15, 2015

As Spring break approaches students plan to take advantage of their time off in many different ways. Whether it’s visiting colleges, spending time with family and friends,...

Junior Rebecca Medina takes good notes to help her graduate a year early.

Medina plans to pursue a college education a year early

February 19, 2015

While some students wait four years to get acceptance letters from colleges, there are some who get accepted a year early. Junior Rebecca Medina is one of the few students...

The Capitol building is the meeting of the house of Representatives and the Senate. Due to this year's Election Day, there should be drastic changes to the running of the country.

Election Day ushers new plans for America

November 10, 2014

A seemingly endless line of responsible US citizens pours out of the polling office and down the street, wrapping around block after block of the neighborhood. Here, they wait...

Members of the first Carlmont girls lacrosse team pose  after their last game of the season.

Plans for 2015 girls varsity lacrosse

September 9, 2014

Carlmont High School welcomed a new team to the spring sport season last school year — the varsity girls lacrosse team. The team had 22 girls, all of which helped pave the...

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