New fire drill policy, Carmel revoted safest place to live in U.S., raises questions over how prepared students are for emergencies

Student Resource Officer Shane VanNatter directs buses and traffic in the morning. VanNatter said a crash could easily occur while the buses are exiting the school.
September 20, 2019

Known by some as the “Beverly Hills of the Midwest,” Carmel has been named time and time again as one of the safest places to live in America, most recently in August 2019. According to AreaVibes,...

Staff reflect on 9/11 attacks, safety procedures

Staff reflect on 9/11 attacks, safety procedures
September 12, 2019

Elisabeth Ohly-Davis, Orchestra Director How has 9-11 impacted the nation’s perspective on safety?   Literally one week before 9-11, my then-boyfriend, now-husband took a trip to California...

Principal Tom Harmas makes school safety changes as year begins

Principal Tom Harmas works on his computer in his office. Harmas said as the school year begins, he is focusing on methods of improving safety at CHS.
September 5, 2018
According to Principal Tom Harmas, CHS is making some changes to promote school safety this year. Harmas said administration has removed all-school convocations, added stricter...

School’s first swine flu case prompts warnings for students to stay hygienic

September 14, 2009

(To read about the school's policy on closures due to the swine flu, click here) Due to the increasing cases of swine flu in Indiana and the introduction of it to Carmel High School, Assistant Principal...

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