Category Archives: News

Are armed teachers a solution to security concerns?

Since the devastating Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting on Dec. 14, there have been a lot of discussions and propositions on how to make schools safer. In fact, the Oklahoma…

Wieting-Lukowski gracefully soars in unique hobby

Most people have sky-diving on their bucket list, but for senior Alex Wieting-Lukowski, it’s a hobby and possibly a future career. Wieting-Lukowski frequents Union City’s iFLY, an indoor sky-diving arena,…

Schrier’s famous globes are sweeping the…campus

A trend has been building here at CHS, and it is picking up steam. History teacher Bill Schrier’s keychain globes are becoming more coveted every time he says his Schrierism:…

CHS students contribute to Hope, Horses & Kids charity

Located on San Benancio Road in Salinas, The Buckeye Ranch is home to six therapy horses, one barn cat and thousands of priceless smiles. By using horses as teaching tools…

Modern-day Renaissance man Mike Guardino

            Walking into Michael Guardino’s science classroom, you can’t help but feel that it’s lived in. Posters of educational slogans and science tips—“LUCKY I HAD…

CHS senior passionate about plastic reduction

With a black, synthetic leather briefcase in hand and a pocket protector attached to his neatly tucked button-down shirt, a young John Daniel Russo patrolled the locker-strewn hallways of Carmel…

Mr. Guardino mingles with wolf eel

When snorkeling isn’t enough.

THE WEEKLY ‘PIPER: EPISODE 2

Join us as we review the week’s news. R. Kelly may or may not be involved. Stay tuned.

Mock Trial team gears up for Saturday’s county finals

As a tense silence fell over the courthouse at the Monterey County Mock Trial Tournament, mock trial coach and social studies teacher Bill Schrier leaned in to his attorneys to…