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Carmel High senior Lana Richards and junior Madi Salvati won the Carmel 9/11 Memorial Writing Contest in August, for which students had to write either an essay or a poem about the terrorist attacks on Sept. 11, 2001.
Salvati and Richards each received $200 for winning the essay and poem divisions, respectively, and read their submissions aloud at the memorial ceremony. Senior Alex Wieting-Lukowski also won an honorable mention for her poem.
The poems and essay will be displayed in the Harrison Memorial Library in Carmel-by-the-Sea, along with a piece of steel taken from the fallen Twin Towers.
Increasing class sizes has become an issue affecting public schools across the nation, and Carmel High is no exception this year.
The average class size at Carmel High, as of 2010, was 19.4, which if you ask members of the CHS faculty, can be misleading.
“The most striking thing for me is how unbalanced [class sizes] are,” AP Government and Politics teacher Bill Schrier says. “I have two classes in the mid-twenties and two in the mid-thirties.”