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Principal Tom Harmas to change professional learning plan to three years

Principal Tom Harmas to change professional learning plan to three years

Manahil Nadeem

November 10, 2017


Filed under NEWS, Online Only, Recent Updates, School Updates

In the past, teachers would evaluate their chosen professional learning plan every year, according to Principal Tom Harmas. This year, Harmas said he has decided to change professional learning to last three years. “I always have done three-year plan and I feel like they work a lot of better. ...

A New Legacy: Principal Tom Harmas discusses CHS culture, plans as incoming principal

A New Legacy: Principal Tom Harmas discusses CHS culture, plans as incoming principal

James Yin, Reporter, Photographer

August 15, 2017


Filed under Carmel Community, NEWS, School Updates

Q: Why did you agree to become the principal of CHS? A: I think anytime that you look at everything that is Carmel High School from the outside, you think what a great school with students who come ready to learn everyday, with teachers who are here to engage students to all the extracurriculars, ...

Refer(end)um: Expiration of current referendum could end some AP programs and staff positions

Refer(end)um: Expiration of current referendum could end some AP programs and staff positions

Emily Dexter, News Reporter

March 17, 2017


Filed under NEWS, Print, School Updates, Top Story

Since the current referendum for the school district will expire on Dec. 31, a special election will occur on May 2 where Carmel citizens will vote on a new referendum to take its place. If this referendum fails, according to Superintendent Nicholas Wahl, programs not required for graduation, such a...

Proud to be… American? Recent surveys show some Americans see language as a key part of our culture. What do CHS students and staff think?

Proud to be… American? Recent surveys show some Americans see language as a  key part of our culture. What do CHS students and staff think?

Alina Yu, Feature Reporter

March 17, 2017


Filed under FEATURE, Print, Recent Updates, School Updates

After moving halfway across the world from China to the United States in the summer before her sophomore year, Qitao “Rachel” Du, former English as a New Language (ENL) student and junior, took a test in the counseling center that measured her ability in the English language. “They tested me ...

Orchestra members prepare for February events

Orchestra members prepare for February events

Amy Zhou

February 15, 2017


Filed under Online Only, Recent Updates, School Updates

According to Maggie Hite, one of the three orchestra directors, orchestra members are currently in the process of auditions for next year.The orchestras were handed audition music about a month ago to prepare to test into a higher orchestra next year. In addition to auditions, class time is also...

Men’s swimming and diving season to open on Dec. 6 at North Central

Men’s swimming and diving season to open on Dec. 6 at North Central

Agrayan Gupta

December 1, 2016


Filed under Men's Swimming and Diving, Online Only, Recent Updates, School Updates, SPORTS

The men’s swimming and diving team will have their first meet on Dec. 6 at North Central High School. This is the first step in the long journey until State Finals, held in February. According to Head Coach Chris Plumb this meet is a good indicator of where the team stands. “This is our first test,...

CHS hosts College Information Night

CHS hosts College Information Night

James Yin

August 31, 2016


Filed under NEWS, Online Only, Recent Updates, School Updates, Web

CHS will be hosting its annual College Information Night on Sept. 1 and Sept. 6 for CHS students and parents. According to Melinda Stephan, college and career programming and resources coordinator, visitors should expect a breakout session format similar to last year’s College Information Night. ...

Economics Club plans to meet sometime in October

Economics Club plans to meet sometime in October

Beats

September 11, 2015


Filed under Carmel Community, CLUBS, NEWS, Online Only, Recent Updates, School Updates

The call-out meeting for Economics Club will be held sometime before Oct. 15, according to Michelle Foutz, Economics Club sponsor and economics teacher. “By October 15, I’ve got to have a roster for the yearbook picture. So I know that I have to have a call-out meeting before then,...

Science department to send students to Indiana Junior Academy of Science competition, new class a success

Science department to send students to Indiana Junior Academy of Science competition, new class a success

Beats

September 8, 2015


Filed under School Updates

According to science department chairperson Jennifer Marlow, the first big event in the department is the Indiana Junior Academy of Science competition. She said it will be in Bloomington at Indiana University on Nov. 13. Marlow also said students who wish to sign up should see her by Oct. 5. “Ther...

Baking a Difference plans call-out meeting

Baking a Difference plans call-out meeting

Beats

September 4, 2015


Filed under Carmel Community, CLUBS, NEWS, Online Only, Recent Updates, School Updates

Baking a Difference will have a callout meeting on Sept. 10 in Room B101. According to Molly Frank, club president and senior, anyone is welcome to join. “Baking a Difference is a club here at CHS and our mission statement is to use baking skills to give back to the community. About once a month...

Counselors to host College Education Boot Camp over the summer

Counselors to host College Education Boot Camp over the summer

Beats

May 21, 2015


Filed under NEWS, Online Only, Recent Updates, School Updates

According to Melinda Stephan, College and Career Resource Center programming coordinator, there will be a College Education Boot Camp available in June and August for rising seniors for $30. Stephan said the event will act as a “crash course” on how to apply to college. Juniors who sign up are re...