Daily Archives: March 29, 2013

Administration passes on renewing Boulware’s 2013 contract

Concert Choir and Chamber Singers teacher Michelle Boulware will not return to CHS or CarmelMiddle School as an instructor next year, after her employment contract was not renewed with CarmelUnifiedSchool…

Teen Adderall misuse major concern

Nurse Susan Pierzalowski is familiar with the effects of Adderall. In a medical position prior to her role with CUSD, Pierzalowski encountered a female high school student under the influence…

Letter to the Editor

Dear Sandpiper Staff and Writers: Congratulations on the quality, workmanship and readability of Volume XXXIII, Issue 5.  For me, as a long-time reader of The Sandpiper, a former newspaper reporter,…

Robotics disappointed with low finish in tournament

The Carmel High robotics team left the FIRST Robotics Competition at U.C. Davis on March 22 and 23 in disappointment. Team 2035—called such because the CHS team was the 2,035th…

Interact Club redefines goals for community services

With the recommencement of the Interact Club for the 2012-13 school year, new goals have been set for advancing the club’s community service efforts and encouraging teen leaders to step…

Dooner’s accomplishments go beyond the classroom

Ailis Dooner is a name you should probably remember. While most high schoolers attempt to manage school, sports and other activities, Ailis does this and basically works on curing cancer…

Can America handle knives on airplanes (again)?

TSA Administrator John S. Pistole announced March 5 that knives will be removed from the TSA prohibited list starting April 25. This will be the first time since 9/11 that…

Battle of Grades replaces controversial Battle of Sexes

While it has been a long-lasting tradition during the spring semester at CHS to include the annual Battle of the Sexes week, the tradition has been broken for the 2012-2013…

Campus veterans share array of experiences

In California, there are more than 1.8 million military veterans who have proudly served their country. Among those 1.8 million, five of Carmel High’s own have served in various branches…

Exchange students adjust to life on American soil

“Americans eat everywhere.”  This is one interesting observation, among many, from Italian exchange student Mariagrazia Filomena, who came to the United States earlier this year, courtesy of the American Field…