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School Resource Officers (SROs) continue to plan for potential new SRO at CHS

School Resource Officers (SROs) continue to plan for potential new SRO at CHS

Hari Patel

October 29, 2019

School Resource Officers (SROs) at CHS continue planning for the transition to potentially having a new SRO in November, according to SRO Shane VanNatter.   “The school safety referendum will be on the ballot for the election, and if it is passed, we will have four SROs if we get another officer in November,” VanNatter said.   According to VanNatter,...

Juulsuit: Community members debate teen vaping epidemic following Carmel family lawsuit

Kassandra Darnell

October 24, 2019

The number of vaping related fatalities has increased to 33 as of Oct. 17, according to the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). The CDC reported up to 1,479 patients affected by vaping-related illnesses, feeding into what they have called an epidemic among teens, with nearly 21% of high schoo...

School Resource Officers (SROs) plan for potential new SRO at CHS

School Resource Officers (SROs) plan for potential new SRO at CHS

Hari Patel

October 8, 2019

School Resource Officers (SROs) at CHS plan for the transition to potentially having a new SRO in November, according to SRO Shane VanNatter.   “We often have only three SROs at the high school so another officer will help with that, and we will always have four SROs if we get another officer in November,”...

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

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

Leslie Huang

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, Carmel’s crime rate is 72% lower than the national average. Despite numerous credentials proving ...

CHS students reevaluate generalizations of police

CHS students reevaluate generalizations of police

Beats

January 22, 2015

Like any kid his age, sophomore Zach Miller has spent a fair amount of time in cars. However, the cars Miller has ridden in are a big different from the ones most people remember from their childhood. As the son of Sergeant Adam Miller, a police officer under the Carmel Police Department, Miller has had exper...