Sam Stampleman dances into the hearts of the San Francisco Ballet
Published September 23, 2019
The velvet curtains rustle as the dancers rush to rehearse their routines, perfect their appearance, and mentally prepare for the adrenaline of the stage.
It’s the annual San Francisco Ballet Nutcracker performance.
Interrupting the meticulously jeweled tutus and pink tights that line the walls of the dressing rooms sits a pair of black leggings and a small white jacket.
That costume belongs to Sam Stampleman, one of the youngest professional male ballet dancers in the Bay Area...
Students 'ride the tide' of school spirit
Published October 29, 2018
As tropical decor lined the walls and a sense of Carlmont spirit filled the air, students packed the bleachers of the Terry Stogner gym on Oct. 25 for the annual homecoming assembly.
From cheer to Drumline, all of Carlmont gathered together at the assembly to celebrate and embrace school spirit through an abundance of interactive performances and activities.
This year featured a tropical theme titled “Ride the Tide.” ASB decorated the gym with palm tree balloons, flowers, and tropical colors in order to compliment the theme.
To accompany the assembly, ASB arranged a spirit week. Many students dressed tropically...
Students donate food for families in need
Published November 26, 2018
With the spirit of the holiday season, ASB held their annual food drive in order to give back to the community by collecting canned food donations for those in need.
The food drive began on Nov. 13 and ended on Nov. 20. Throughout the week, students were encouraged to bring in canned foods and non-perishables to their second-period class or the ASB room.
Greta Foehr, a junior and member of ASB, said, “The overall purpose of our annual food drive is to help provide families...
Chen uses hope to spread cancer awareness
Published January 30, 2018
It’s the annual Carlmont Club Fair. You and your friends roam the busy Quad, lined with booths and chalk advertisements, in the hopes of finding decent food rather than finding a club.
A club representative hands you a neon flier, which you shove into the depths of your backpack without hesitation. What you might not be aware of is that the club was created to commemorate the loss of a loved one to cancer.
Each club has a story, and each story has an origin. Sophomore Cindy Chen would know.
ASB seniors leave their legacy behind
Published June 2, 2019
From Screamin’ Scots to annual assemblies, the ASB seniors have dedicated their four years at Carlmont to fostering the student body’s school spirit and involvement, leaving their legacy behind for the next generation of ASB members...
ASB's new Executive Board plans spring field trip
Published May 19, 2019
As the school year comes to an end, ASB’s newly elected Executive Board finishes planning one of their final events, the ASB spring field trip. This Friday, ASB held their field trip where they sent off their seniors and welcomed the incoming members during an after-school stay in Carlmont’s ASB room...
Tie-dye Tailgate brings color to Carlmont
Published September 10, 2018
As the football players prepare for the game, ASB prepares to spread school spirit.
With football back in season, Carlmont’s ASB held their first tailgate of the year in order to rekindle student...
Spirit Week welcomes back students
Published August 29, 2018
With school back in session, Carlmont’s ASB aims to combat the stress from the first week of school by rekindling student involvement with a brand new Spirit Week. Melina Dimick, a junior and member of ASB, said, “Our goal with this Spirit Week is to encourage more...