Monthly Archives: October 2016

Senior pilot soars toward helicopter license

Looking down at the ground 1,000 feet below, the beams of light from the setting sun reflect off Monterey Bay’s stirring waters to create a scene unlike any other—John Fletcher,…

Led by a balanced offensive attack, Padre football primed for another deep postseason run

After losing the starting quarterback and The Monterey Herald’s Male Athlete of the Year, it would not be out of the ordinary for a Carmel Padres fan to expect a…

Superintendent’s departure triggers district personnel domino effect

After agreeing to leave the district with a $100,000 settlement, Carmel Unified School District’s former superintendent Scott Laurence resigned in June from his position, now filled by interim superintendent Karen…

Teachers emphasize mindfulness to CUSD students

How many students are up until 2 a.m. three days out of five? Of course, it’s partly the fault of what one chooses to be involved in; however, teachers have…

Pres. election elicits frustration among voting teens

As the 2016 presidential race enters the final stretch to the Nov. 4 election day, the clash between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton is set to be brutal, while first-time…

Russell spreads passion and influence to young artists

Have you ever wondered about the man inside of Room 41 and what lies beneath the cheeriness and humor he brings to the CHS campus? Art teacher Steven Russell, who…

Carmel High drama dept. to host Opera-Essence Performances

On Oct. 19, the CHS performing arts center will be hosting Opera-Essence Performances, the husband and wife team of Richard and Norma Mayer that has been bringing opera to various…

International exchange students make most of experience

Carmel High School’s student body has been joined by three foreign exchange students, girls from around the world here now for anywhere from a half semester to a full year….

Singer-Songwriters’ Guild provides creative outlet for musicians

“The first time was a little nerve-racking,” says senior Kean Grych, president of the Singer-Songwriters’ Guild. Marc Stafford, the club’s adviser, says the goal of the Singer-Songwriters’ Guild is to…

Language-lovers unite within Slam Poetry club

Slam Poetry, a novel club at Carmel High School, invites all students to share their poems through captivating verbal performances. Having held only one meeting so far, the club presidents…