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DECA executive team members host a workshop for the event Business Operations Research (BOR) on Nov. 7. DECA sponsor Jacob Goodman said, If you are writing a BOR paper, you should explain how your paper focuses on this year’s topic: talent acquisition and retention.

DECA to prepare for role play districts on Dec. 4

Helena Wang December 2, 2023

DECA district exams for all role play events will take place on Dec. 4 during SSRT. SSRT passes will be available starting Nov. 30 outside of room F109. The events Individual Series, Team Decision, Professional...

Junior Macie Barth checks out the Green Gift Shop information page on the CCPL website. The page contains information regarding timings, items being sold, and additional library services that are a part of the event. “I can’t wait to check out the library sale on second-hand books for the shop,” Barth said.

Carmel Clay Public Library to host Green Gift Shop on Nov. 30

Pahal Sehgal November 29, 2023

Carmel Clay Public Library (CCPL) will host Green Gift Shop with Carmel Green Initiative on Nov. 30 from 1:30 to 7:30 p.m. in the Commnity Room at the main location. Jamie Beckman, the young adult services...

Adam Miller, Lieutenant of Carmel Police Department and Commander of School Resource Unit, educates students about points of entry and exit at the school. Miller said informing students about ways to leave the school in case danger arises, is crucial in ensuring their safety.

SROs work to combat school intruders, warn against entering and leaving school premises without ID

Mahitha Konjeti November 29, 2023

As the first semester of the 2023-2024 school year comes to an end, the School Resource Officers (SROs) are focused on preventing students from other schools from entering this school. Christopher Glander,...

The Coquettes strike their starting pose for their routine. Wolff said they have made a lot of progress through this season.

Coquettes to continue season with new coach

Jasmine Zhang November 29, 2023

Sarah Wolff, the head coach for the Coquettes Dance Team, has stepped down and given the head coach title to assistant coach Samantha Price, an alumni of this school and former member of the Coquettes...

Math teacher Mellissa Stringham leaves the crosswalk after directing traffic on Nov. 15. Laura Erli, Civil Engineering and Architecture teacher, said, I thought that they [RRFB] were a great idea.

Q&A with Laura Erli, Civil Engineering and Architecture teacher, about new Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacons (RRFB)

Anthony Pho November 27, 2023

Laura Erli, Civil Engineering and Architecture teacher What is a Rectangular Rapid Flashing Beacon (RRFB)? It is a lighted signal that creates a flashing, rectangular indicator that alerts drivers...

Hindu Heritage Society to host Diwali festival on Nov. 29

November 27, 2023

Hindu Heritage Society will host a Diwali festival on Nov. 29 after school in the Freshman Cafeteria. Diwali is a festival of lights celebrated by Hindus around the world. According to Grant Benefiel,...

South Asian Culture Club to host movie night

Jenny Li November 27, 2023

Following their Diwali meeting, South Asian Culture Club (SACC) plans to host a movie night for its next meeting. Meeting details are not finalized. “Though club members are considering upcoming meeting...

Associate Superintendent Roger McMichael gives the school board a brief summary of the agreement with the Bus Driver Association. McMichael said the agreement includes a raise of $4.50 onto the drivers’ $120.50 daily rate and an additional $2.50 in the second year.

CCS school board approves $250 million 2024 Budget Plan, negotiate wages with Bus Drivers Association

Royce Brown November 27, 2023

The CCS school board met on Oct. 30 to finalize the discussions surrounding the 2024 Budget Plan, which was open for public comment on Oct. 17. This budget plan, worth approximately $250 million, had to...

Carmel Clay Public Library (CCPL) hosts an exhibit featuring Carmels sister city Kawachinagano throughout the month of November. Dawn Boarman, coordinator for the exhibit and youth services librarian, said the exhibit aims to promote cultural diversity and education.

CCPL Kawachinagano exhibit honors Japanese culture, sparks discussions about importance of diversity and cultural education

Emma Hu and Jasmine Y. Zhang November 27, 2023

The Carmel Clay Public Library (CCPL) will host an exhibit in the kids’ area until Nov. 30. This exhibit is in partnership with Kawachinagano, Japan, one of Carmel’s sister cities. The exhibit displays...

Students, teachers, discuss VR applications and considerations

Matthew Du November 25, 2023

With the rising development of VR platforms, such as the Oculus Quest and Apple Vision Pro, both students and teachers consider the benefits and consequences of its use. Digital Electronics teacher Sid...

Ros Demaree, director of Indiana Artisan, arranges products in Indiana Artisan, a business participating in Shop Small, Shop Carmel. Demaree said, (Shop Small, Shop Carmel) is a good day for us to introduce ourselves to new people, to reconnect with people who have been here before.

Shop Small, Shop Carmel to support small businesses and reconnect with community on Nov. 25

Salima Sher November 23, 2023

Shop Small, Shop Carmel, sponsored by Allied Solutions, will take place on Nov. 25 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Over 20 of Carmel’s small businesses will be participating, many of which are located in downtown...

Junior Rocky Li practices tennis on Nov. 11. Li said he would really enjoy going D2 or D3 to play tennis. (Submitted Photo: Rocky Li)

Athlete Spotlight: Rocky Li leads Mens tennis to State Final victory

Asini Jayarapu November 20, 2023

How did you get started in tennis? I’ve been playing since I was 5, as my dad told me to play a bunch of different sports like soccer, volleyball, and tennis was one of them. I kind of just ended...

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