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Scrapping the Start: CCS submits list of priorities, including an official opposition to a Senate bill regarding school start

Scrapping the Start: CCS submits list of priorities, including an official opposition to a Senate bill regarding school start

Tara Kandallu, Reporter

February 23, 2018

Last month, Carmel Clay Schools submitted a list of priorities to the public and aimed at the Indiana General Assembly, among them was an official opposition to the proposed Indiana Senate Bill Seven. The bill, which has since become inactive, aimed to require schools to begin after the last Monday of...

Club Med to Plan Next Meeting

Club Med to Plan Next Meeting

Tara Kandallu

February 14, 2018

Club Med leaders said they are planning their next meeting after the success of their last meeting, which occurred this monday after school. Sponsor Alyssa Mastin and co-president Kate Adaniya are not sure when the next meeting will be or what exactly they will do. Sponsor Alyssa Mastin said “I think...

Club Med to plan next meeting

Club Med to plan next meeting

Tara Kandallu

January 23, 2018

Club Med leaders plan their next meeting after the success of their last meeting, which occurred Jan. 22 after school. Co-president and senior Kate Adaniya and sponsor Alyssa Mastin are not sure when the next meeting will be or what exactly they will do. Sponsor Alyssa Mastin said, “The leaders a...

Starting Late: A bill may require school to open after the third Monday of August

Starting Late: A bill may require school to open after the third Monday of August

Tara Kandallu, Reporter

December 14, 2017

Next legislative session, Jean Leising, Indiana state Republican Senator, will propose a bill that would require schools to begin after the third Monday of August in the 2018-19 school year. Currently, CHS is set to reopen on Aug. 14, a full week prior to the bill’s proposed school start date. Desp...

Club Med to have meeting Dec.11

Club Med to have meeting Dec.11

Tara Kandallu

December 5, 2017

Club Med leaders plan on having a party on Dec. 11 for their last meeting in this semester. A club leader said officers plan on bringing food and having a good time interacting with other members of the club. Sponsor Alyssa Mastin said she is looking forward to the party. “A party is a great way t...

Thanksgiving Runs

Thanksgiving Runs

Tara Kandallu, Reporter

November 17, 2017

This Thanksgiving day, thousands of Carmel runners of all ages will line up at the start of two different races— Bolt for the Heart and Drumstick Dash. While both 5K races fundraise for charity, Bolt for the Heart primarily raises money to supply Indiana State Patrol cars with automated external de...

Club Med to have dissection Nov. 27

Club Med to have dissection Nov. 27

Tara Kandallu

November 14, 2017

Club Med leaders plan to meet on Nov. 27 to dissect a sheep brain. Last year, club members dissected a fetal pig, but every year before that they have dissected sheep’s pluck, which are the liver, lungs and heart of the animal. Sponsor Alyssa Mastin said she is looking forward to the dissection. S...

Trick or Treat for a Cause: Unicef Club and House give a closer look into their Halloween-themed fund-raising events

Trick or Treat for a Cause: Unicef Club and House give a closer look into their Halloween-themed fund-raising events

Tara Kandallu, Reporter

October 26, 2017

More than 179 million Americans will celebrate Halloween this year, according to the National Retail Federation. This large group reflects the heightened spirit present during the Halloween season and causes community events, such as fund-raising, to be popular at this time. House sponsor Sarah Wolff ...

Club Med plans for next meeting on Oct. 30

Club Med plans for next meeting on Oct. 30

Tara Kandallu

October 24, 2017

Club Med plans to have its next meeting on Oct. 30. Club leaders have yet to decide on what they will feature in their next meeting and are still thinking of ideas. Co-president and senior Catherine "Kate" Adaniya said, “We are starting to plan for our next meeting and have some ideas in place, but ...

Climate Change for the Better: Experts from Purdue University will come to Carmel to educate the public on climate change in Indiana.

Climate Change for the Better: Experts from Purdue University will come to Carmel to educate the public on climate change in Indiana.

Tara Kandallu, Reporter

September 21, 2017

Climate change is an accepted theory by most scientists and 70 percent of Americans, according to a recent study by Yale and George Mason universities.  But while those who believe in the phenomenon say they know of its global impact, such as temperature increase and ice melting in the arctic, many...

Meeting a Master: Grant Faulkner from National Novel Writing Month plans to meet writers and talk about his new book on Sept. 28 at the Quirky Feather Confectionary.

Tara Kandallu, Reporter

September 21, 2017

On Sept. 28 at 7 p.m., Grant Faulkner, National Novel Writing Month’s (NaNoWriMo) executive director, will come to Carmel to talk about his new book, Pep Talks for Writers: 52 Insights and Prompts to Boost Your Creative Mojo, at The Quirky Feather Confectionary. Later, at 8:30 p.m. he will host a meet and greet w...

Club Med to have call-out meeting on Sept. 11

Club Med to have call-out meeting on Sept. 11

Tara Kandallu

September 13, 2017

Club Med plans to have its call-out meeting this Monday in room B215. The club recently got a new sponsor, Alyssa Mastin, and looks for officers from all grades. Mastin said her goal for the year was to cultivate an interest in students for the medical field. She says, “I hope they are excited if they want ...