Weekly Briefing

Ayesha Abbasi, Social Media Editor/Columnist

– Carlmont gets prepared for Homecoming by kicking off the Powder Puff games. Starting Oct. 2 all grades compete amongst themselves  in a friendly competition of women’s flag football.
– Carlmont’s varsity volleyball lost their game against Menlo-Atherton on Thursday, Oct. 2. Both the undefeated Lady Scots and M-A’s undefeated team,  played well throughout the night.

– The very first annual Battle of the Bay for girls tennis was held between the Central Coast Section and the North Coast Section. The tournament was held at local high schools such as Burlingame and Carlmont.
– The annual Save the Music festival was held at Twin Pines Park in Belmont, Calif. on Sunday, Oct. 5 displaying the many talents of the Belmont-Redwood Shores School District.

Ebola recently entered the United States in Texas on Sept. 20. According to NBC News, Thomas Eric Duncan left Liberia on Sept. 19 carrying the virus.
– Death of Beverly Carter a 49 year-old real estate agent Carter was reported missing on Friday Sept. 25 after she was supposed to meet an unknown client at a house that evening. This case has helped raise awareness for women all over.