National Picture Book Month is occurring in the Carmel High School and the media center staff has set up a display to showcase some of the books. Ramos said even though high school students may not benefit as much off of picture books as lower grades, students may check out books to share with younger siblings.

Media Center prepares for chance of virtual schooling, new events

Riley Laferriere November 25, 2020

There are some smaller media center events occurring in the next couple weeks according to Terri Ramos, the media center and communications department chairperson. Ramos said in the next few weeks, the...

AP U.S. History teachers make changes due to pandemic

Karolena Zhou November 11, 2020

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, some history teachers had to change the way they teach for virtual students. AP U.S. History teacher Allison Hargrove said compared to last year, she had to adjust her teaching...

Editor in Chief Da-Hyun Hong (second from left) spends time with her friends before the COVID-19 situation.

COVID-19 is a nightmare and I can’t wake up

Da-Hyun Hong March 19, 2020

I’m writing this at 1:36 p.m. on Thursday, March 19, and I’ve just gotten news that Gov. Holcomb declared all Indiana schools to remain closed until May 1. Maybe I’m just emotional, but my heart...

Carmel Clay Schools close in response to COVID-19 (Coronavirus)

Da-Hyun Hong March 13, 2020

Announced last night around 7 p.m., Superintendent Dr. Michael Beresford released a statement all Carmel Clay Schools (CCS) are to close starting Monday, March 16 through Spring Break until April 10. He...

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