Monthly Archives: December 2012

How to handle your family over the holidays

DO allow your grandmother to place her abnormally strong Swedish hands onto your unsuspecting wind-chilled cheeks. She doesn’t get much joy in the world besides her applesauce and one-hour viewing…

Hans Voegeli: Level 12 Avenger with chance of poison damage

“Hello, my name is Hans Voegeli, and I will be performing a monologue called ‘Dungeons and Dragons,’ and I will be playing Nerd.” A lanky, freckle-faced boy steps forward, taking…

Singers’ and Songwriters’ Guild continues to hit all the right notes

After three successful years of writing, singing and performing, the Singers’ and Songwriters’ Guild is ready to make its next note in music. “We thought this was going to be…

Construction Delays

With construction for the CHS science wing delayed for two months, assistant principal Martin Enriquez says that juniors will be able to continue parking on the freshmen field until construction…

Red Cross Club hosts blood drive for Sandy victims

With construction for the CHS science wing delayed for two months, assistant principal Martin Enriquez says that juniors will be able to continue parking on the freshmen field until construction…

Cachagua bus takes long winding road home

An hour in the mornings. An hour and twenty minutes in the afternoons. Such is the time it takes to follow the bus route from Cachagua to Carmel High, or…

Letter from the Editor

The holiday season is not only the best time of the year, it’s the busiest, and that holds true for The Sandpiper staff writers who have been working tirelessly on…

Carmel Valley High School offers students unique and enriching experience

When the average CHS student thinks of Carmel Valley High School, if it ever comes to mind at all, the student tends to believe that this is where the “trouble…

Bring Your Own Device program pilot to start January

After years of student complaints about faulty computers, Carmel High School is finally piloting a new Bring Your Own Device program. The program will give a pilot group of students…

Colorado amendment legalizes recreational marijuana use

On Nov. 6,a groundbreaking amendment to the Colorado State Constitution passed in what many are calling a small step for mankind, but a giant leap for stoners everywhere. Amendment 64,…