Media specialist Theresa Ramos decorates the roof of the communications department’s gingerbread house with small paper book covers. Ramos said each department was tasked with decorating one.

Media specialists plan to attend conference, adjust SSRT procedures, plan new displays, activities

Riley TerBush December 9, 2021

After attending the library conference in Indianapolis, media specialist Theresa Ramos was inspired to add new features to the CHS library.  Ramos said she is planning to introduce a “library of...

Sophomore Maiza Munn admires the details on the mural that was painted with senior Caroline Hammonds’ design.

Art department speaks on new mural and upcoming events

Avery Carlisle September 3, 2021

The CHS art department had a busy summer as they completed the mural project for the Monon Trail, which is now available for the public. The project began last school year when senior Caroline Hammonds’...

Yumi Colombo, president of Accents and senior, rehearses after school for the upcoming community shows. The shows’ set will be 1940s-themed, and Colombo said she cannot wait to perform again.

CHS show choirs modify spring competition season

Emily Carlisle March 18, 2021

This year, most groups and teams that compete or perform in any aspect have had to drastically change their plans of attack; the show choirs at this school are no exception. Last year’s show choir competition...

Sophomore Nicole Dettmer poses for a photo while modeling. Dettmer said it is important to not give up when pursuing modeling.

Q&A with Sophomore Nicole Dettmer on Modeling

Sarah Kim March 12, 2021

How did you start out modeling?  “I started out when I was 12 years old. My dad had a friend in Russia. I go to Russia quite regularly because my mom is Ukranian and a lot of my family is there....

New teacher Nicole DeGuire conducts her CHS orchestra class. She said that Carmel has a very talented and competitive orchestra program.

Q&A with new orchestra teacher Nicole DeGuire

Jillian Moore September 25, 2020

Where are you from? “So originally, I grew up in Rochester Mich. and then I did my bachelor's of music (degree) in violin performance at Butler University, where I went to Eastman School of Music...

On a lazy Sunday afternoon, sophomore Dev Mathur reads a book for enjoyment. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Mathur has seen an increase in the amount of free time he has and spends this time reading more books. Similarly, the Fair Food Book Tasting hopes to encourage young adults to read more during the COVID-19 pandemic by basing genres off of fair foods found at the canceled Indiana State Fair.

Carmel Clay Public Library hosts Indiana State Fair inspired fair food book tasting

Raghav Sriram September 12, 2020

For the past month, the Carmel Clay Public Library has held the fair food book tasting in hopes to inspire young adults to read more during the COVID-19 pandemic. According to Jamie Beckman, young adult...

Students listen to a guest speakers presentation at a college and career workshop hosted at CHS by the counseling center. Due to COVID-19, these workshops have been moved to be online.

In-school summer courses, counseling workshops to move online

Kassandra Darnell May 21, 2020

Due to COVID-19, AP Macroeconomics and AP Government, in-school summer classes traditionally offered at CHS, have been transferred online. This school still plans to offer students the opportunity to receive...

Carmel Street Department to produce its own hand sanitizer

Carmel Street Department to produce its own hand sanitizer

Cady Armstrong May 21, 2020


Construction at Clay Terrace delayed

Construction at Clay Terrace delayed

Viyang Hao May 21, 2020


Carmel Clay Public Library (CCPL) launches new website and catalog

Carmel Clay Public Library (CCPL) launches new website and catalog

Aditi Kumar May 21, 2020

According to Carmel Clay Public Library (CCPL) Young Adult Department Manager Jamie Beckman, CCPL staff had been working on the new website for over a year. The release of the new website and catalog were...

Carmel Clay School District to continue to pay regularly scheduled employees until May 28

Carmel Clay School District to continue to pay regularly scheduled employees until May 28

Cady Armstrong May 8, 2020

Regularly scheduled employees working in the Carmel Clay School (CCS) district will continue to be paid for the remainder of the school year (May 21) despite the closure of school campuses according to...

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