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Carmel youth participate in the Race for Riley on Sept. 17. Allison “Allie” Wolf, Cabinet leadership team member and senior, said this event is a good example of how Cabinet reaches out to the entirety of the community. She said Cabinet welcomes families and children of all ages at the Trick or Treat event on Oct. 29.

Cabinet to lead Trick or Treat event for families on Oct. 29 at Murray Stadium

Jillian Moore October 26, 2022

This Saturday, the Cabinet will provide Halloween-related fun for local children and their families, which they have spent the past few weeks planning. This is after successfully putting together the Tailgate...

Pandemic-era meal program set to change, affects students

Pandemic-era meal program set to change, affects students

Eddie Sun September 27, 2022

Since the beginning of the pandemic, federal programs were implemented to allow students to gain access to  free school lunches. These free school lunches were certainly  convenient; students did not...

Freshman Eesha Singh (right) speaks with freshman Nicole Awabdy about a school project. Singh said she believes unstructured time helps students spend their time more meaningfully while at school.

In light of February being National Time Management Month, students look at pros, cons of unstructured time

Safin Khatri and Arya Pinnamaneni February 23, 2022

Last year, millions of students transitioned into virtual and hybrid classroom settings because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, as students transition back into full-time in-person learning, many students'...

check out this graphic by Grace Guo

Tones of Growth

Saahas Kandru, Entertainment Reporter September 23, 2021

As the theatre students recover from the hardships of COVID-19, they transition back to a fully in-person school year with many new faces and anticipation of performances. Last year, the Carmel musical...

Students walk up the trail towards school after parking their cars as a bus leaves the campus in the background. Recent bus driver shortages have forced some students to carpool or drive to school.

Bus driver shortage changes students’ views on riding buses

Royce Brown September 23, 2021

Junior Arthur Yeh sits in the front seat of the bus, staring blankly through the window. He sluggishly moves in his seat as sweat rolls down his face. The humid air radiates inside the bus, even with the...

Students, teachers face unique challenges as they resume a normal schedule this year

Students, teachers face unique challenges as they resume a “normal” schedule this year

Cady Armstrong and Raghav Sriram August 12, 2021

Before the pandemic, juniors Abby Burnham and Nyah Lam said that they were inseparable.  “Previously, we always hung out during cross-country. We always had sports together and we went to the...

A representative for Mike’s Crew Carwash waits for students to arrive at her station at the job fair. The job fair was an opportunity for students to find and gain work experience while still in high school.

CHS students share how pandemic has shaped views on employment

Raghav Sriram May 16, 2021

Amidst the pandemic, junior Grace Sullivan laces up in her personal protective equipment before departing for work. “I work at the Carmel Senior Living Center so each time I go to work I need to make...

Don’t feel guilty about vaccine eligibility, protect  community, family members from spread of COVID-19

Don’t feel guilty about vaccine eligibility, protect community, family members from spread of COVID-19

Calina He April 24, 2021

In early January, I received an email saying that I was eligible for a COVID-19 vaccine. Of course, this shocked me; I only knew healthcare workers were eligible for the vaccine. After reading the email,...

ISSMA to take place virtually

Jasmine Zhang March 31, 2021

Due to the pandemic, the Carmel Orchestras’ plan to participate in the ISSMA performance this year virtually. According to Maggie Hite, associate director of orchestras, “We will record those performances...

Freshman Carolyn Jia plays her instrument in preparation for ISSMA. She practices independently, in private lessons and in Concert Orchestra so she can perform well in ISSMA, even though it is virtual this year.

Orchestra, band students prepare for ISSMA while following COVID-19 guidelines

Michelle Wan March 22, 2021

As ISSMA  (Indiana State School Musical Association) season begins,  the CHS orchestras and bands at this school have been practicing and preparing for their competitions while taking precautions for...

Superintendent Michael Beresford sits in his office. He said CCS is currently devising a plan to reopen school fully for grades 6 to 12 and added that all-virtual students would be able to continue their all-virtual schedule.

CCS potentially to reopen fully for grades 6 to 12

Grace Xu March 16, 2021
Congrats to Angela Snyder for receiving the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching, the highest honor for K-12 math teachers!
Academic Super Bowl sponsor James Ziegler poses for a photo. Ziegler said the team will hold a practice invitational on March 22.

Academic Super Bowl to hold practice invitational March 22, attend area competition April 20

Cady Armstrong March 16, 2021
The Academic Super Bowl team will hold a practice invitational on March 22 at 4 p.m.
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