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Students knit for a brighter future  Scot Scoop News

Through the Gosh Yarn It Club, students have the opportunity to relax and also to help the homeless of the Bay Area. Emily Kim, Sam Turtle, and Sabrina ...



Carlmont High School Demand Free Menstrual Products | KCBS 740AM | 106.9 FM  KCBS

A group of students at Carlmont High School in Belmont is seeking to end "period poverty" and calls menstrual products a basic necessity for their classmates.



anti semitism  Scot Scoop News

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Scots chomp into newly added Subway sandwiches at the Student Union  Scot Scoop News

Sliced multigrain bread, layers of turkey, a line-up of tomatoes, and a smattering of mustard – these are just some of the typical ingredients in the sandwiches ...



DECA excels at Silicon Valley Career Development Conference  Scot Scoop News

Carlmont DECA exceeded all expectations with their performance at the 2018 Silicon Valley Career Development Conference (SVCDC) from Jan. 5-7. “We've ...



School borders decrease diversity at Carlmont  Scot Scoop News

Carlmont High School no longer experiences the enrichment brought there by the diverse students coming from the neighboring communities. The Sequoia ...



Belmont Sports Complex aims to install synthetic turf  Scot Scoop News

The north field of the Belmont Sports Complex will be replaced with synthetic turf in order to resolve maintenance issues. Due to the high salinity of its ...



Moynihan fosters a welcoming classroom environment  Scot Scoop News

Starting this 2018-19 school year, a *fresh* face has entered the teaching staff of the Biotechnology Institute of Carlmont High School (BTI). After teaching ...



District implements new system to monitor online student activity  Scot Scoop News

Technology has become increasingly more significant in student lives over the past decade or so. As a result, Carlmont provides Chromebooks as well as Wi-Fi ...



Senior quotes create opportunities for students to express themselves  Scot Scoop News

The deadline for turning in senior quotes has come and passed much like the high school lives of many Carlmont seniors. Senior quotes are an annual tradition ...



49ers select Demarii Blanks of Carlmont High School as the Week 7 Player of the Week  49ers.com

The 49ers High School Player of the Week Award for week seven goes to Demarii Blanks of Carlmont High School in Belmont, CA. It is safe to say Demarii ...



Freshmen weigh in on their high school experience  Scot Scoop News

Freshman year is arguably the hardest year for high school students. Adjusting to the new campus, making new friends, and getting used to everything can put a ...



Carlmont Blood Drive joins forces with Stanford Blood Center  Scot Scoop News

One pint. That's all it takes to save three lives. On Oct. 19, Carlmont along with Stanford Blood Center held the Blood Drive in the Student Union. “Every two ...



2 San Mateo Schools Among 100 Best Public High Schools  San Mateo, CA Patch

Area Schools Among '100 Best' Public High Schools - San Mateo, CA - New ratings from Niche rank the 100 best public high schools in California. Six schools ...



Immigrants learn English at San Carlos Library's ESL Club  Scot Scoop News

America is made up of immigrants, and not all of them speak English. The English as Second Language (ESL) Club at the San Carlos Library aims to change ...



SOS gives students a place to lead  Scot Scoop News

The first thing most students will notice when entering Therapist and Students Offering Support (SOS) Coordinator Shelley Bustamante's office are the ...



Lowe's announces closure of 51 stores in North America  Scot Scoop News

Lowe's has recently announced that they are closing 20 stores in the U.S. and 31 stores in Canada. Four of these stores will be closing in California, located in ...



Cheer leads Carlmont as the only year-round sport  Scot Scoop News

As the only sports team that plays year-round, the Carlmont cheer team is always improving and preparing themselves for what's to come. Many sports at ...



Boys' soccer tryouts kick off the season  Scot Scoop News

During the 2016-2017 season, boys' varsity soccer ended with a 3-0 conference record and 6-1-2 record overall. Try-outs held the week of Oct. 30 foreshadow ...



ASB welcomes new students  Scot Scoop News

Spirit in, spirit out, spirit up.” This slogan is used to motivate students who are interested in participating in ASB. As the 2016-2017 school year comes to an end, ...



Jake Messina, Carlmont High School, Awarded Week 4 Coach of the Week  49ers.com

The San Francisco 49ers Charlie Wedemeyer Memorial Coach of the Week award for week four goes to Jake Messina from Carlmont High School in Belmont, ...



Carlmont reacts to new late start schedule  Scot Scoop News

With first period beginning at 8:57 a.m. on regular days and at 9:43 a.m. on Wednesdays, many Carlmont students start their days approximately an hour later ...



Students sojourn to the past  Scot Scoop News

The Sojourn to the Past trip is a life-changing experience where Carlmont students go to the Deep South. It is a weeklong journey where they have the ...



Student receives 'out of this world' experience through Biotechnology Institute connections  Scot Scoop News

Although school may be tedious for some, other students are able to find opportunities beyond their classroom environments through school-wide organizations.



College brand names define lives of graduates  Scot Scoop News

Harvard. Princeton. Stanford. Yale. Every day, students around the world push themselves to their physical and emotional limits in order to get accepted into ...



San Carlos Night of Holiday Lights unites community  Scot Scoop News

Laughter and conversation filled the air in downtown San Carlos during the Night of Holiday Lights, a tradition created for residents to celebrate the holidays ...



Therapy dogs brighten students' days  Scot Scoop News

With the stress of finals looming over Carlmont students, many stress levels have peaked. Carlmont ASB decided to bring in trained therapy dogs to help relieve ...



Belmont to explore flavored tobacco rules | Local News  San Mateo Daily Journal

The Belmont City Council has formed a subcommittee to explore what can be done to limit vaping and the use of flavored tobacco products among minors.



A 'shmacked' education  Scot Scoop News

Every year there are countless films and songs written about the partying of the younger generation. In 1999 “American Pie” hit theaters depicting the life of a ...



2-Alarm Blaze at Belmont School Gym Forces Evacuation of 50  CBS San Francisco Bay Area

BELMONT (CBS SF) — A fire caused about 50 people to be evacuated from the Carlmont High School gym in Belmont Saturday but the blaze was extinguished ...



High school relationships can stand the test of time  Scot Scoop News

The year was 1977 when Jackie Perkins first laid eyes on Robbie Chang. While hanging around the courtyard of Ralston Middle School, on what was just ...



Carlmont receives crash course in distracted driving  Scot Scoop News

The car zooms up to a busy intersection. Despite the music blasting, the driver can still hear the ping of a text notification. She reaches over to check her phone, ...



Legendary Carlmont softball coach dies at 76  The Mercury News

Love, support and appreciation for legendary softball coach Jim Liggett continued right until the day he died. Mary Ngai pitched and played second base on the ...



Homecoming vibes spread around Carlmont  Scot Scoop News

All over Carlmont campus, ASB posted colorful posters and flyers advertising the homecoming dance, which will take place on Oct. 15. The theme of the dance is ...



Teen Job and Volunteer Fair allows students to find job opportunities  Scot Scoop News

Adults have jobs and make money so they can live and provide for future children, who don't really work and get jobs. Teens, in between kid and adult, are ...



Varsity volleyball defeats the Cowboys in the first round of CCS  Scot Scoop News

With tensions high, the stands filled with anxious parents and Screaming Scots, Carlmont girls varsity volleyball began their first match of Central Coast Section ...



Students run for class office positions  Scot Scoop News

Many students at Carlmont have decided to run for class office positions. Some students with no previous experience strive for a position, while others return to ...



Belmont hosts its first talent show  Scot Scoop News

On Friday, Feb. 3, the City of Belmont hosted its first citywide talent show put on by the newly formed Youth Advisory Committee (YAC). More than 100 people ...



Dance auditions create a fun environment for students  Scot Scoop News

The Carlmont dance auditions were held in the dance studio from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. on March 7. They were open to any incoming or current Carlmont students ...



Carlmont keeps picking up the pace  Scot Scoop News

After a big win against Capuchino in the first meet of the season, Carlmont faced off against Woodside on March 30 and showed off more positive results of their ...



Social Media  Scot Scoop News

Technology and social media have brought power back to the people. -Mark McKinnon 1 2 3 4 5 6 ScotCenterCarlmont dances through the holidays Victoria ...



Valentine's Day hearts create a positive atmosphere  Scot Scoop News

On Feb. 14, students were greeted with personalized, heart-shaped valentines hung in C-hall. Since the beginning of the year, ASB has worked on this project to ...



History teacher awarded for social justice work  Scot Scoop News

On Jan. 16, Carlmont history teacher Karen Ramroth was given the Dorothy Boyajian Honored Teacher Award. This award recognizes teachers in the ...



Father-daughter dance strengthens family bonds  Scot Scoop News

In her pretty pink dress, she holds his arm as he guides her onto the dance floor of Belmont's annual Father-Daughter Sweetheart Dance. Belmont Parks and ...



Deniz Bolbol for Belmont City Council | Letters To Editor  San Mateo Daily Journal

Why? Because Deniz is a breath of *fresh* air. Deniz has no agenda except to listen to residents, hasn't requested endorsements from the usual political insiders, ...



2018 Knowles Fellowships awarded to 15 Stanford alumni  Stanford Report

The Knowles Teacher Initiative recently announced that 15 Stanford graduates are among the 34 early-career teachers to be awarded its 2018 teaching ...



Kovas, longtime Carlmont aquatics coach, passes away  San Jose Mercury News

The Wednesday morning coffee group at Le Boulanger in Redwood City will never be the same. Longtime Carlmont-Belmont aquatics coach Glenn Kovas ...



Muslim Fellowship Club fortifies bridges and passes torch  Scot Scoop News

Islam is the fastest growing religion in the world, according to Pew Research Center. Although most Americans know little to nothing of the faith, the Carlmont ...



CSF Club provides scholarship and volunteer opportunities  Scot Scoop News

California Scholarship Federation (CSF) is an honors society that strives to recognize students with high academic achievements. Students created CSF Club in ...



San Mateo eatery sets the bar for delicious ramen  Scot Scoop News

Located in downtown San Mateo on the corner of Eighth Avenue, Ramen Dojo offers the Peninsula the opportunity to enjoy a delicious bowl of traditional ramen ...



Jamba Juice returns due to popular demand  Scot Scoop News

After its departure from the Carlmont Village Shopping Center in 2011, Jamba Juice made a triumphant return into the Belmont community on Aug. 29. Due to ...



Hundreds of Bay Area students named National Merit Scholars semifinalists; see the list  The Mercury News

Hundreds of Bay Area students are semifinalists in the 2019 National Merit Scholarship Program that honors academic excellence.



Varsity soccer wins stunner at Avaya  Scot Scoop News

Although they were playing in a professional stadium, in front of a crowd, and with a man down on defense, the Scots didn't seem to mind at all. On Dec. 9, they ...



Dedication to high school sports reaps future benefits  Scot Scoop News

Behind the greatest athletes lies a determination to be the absolute best. From a very young age, athletes work towards dominating the competition. Playing at ...



Teens suffer from caffeine addiction  Scot Scoop News

The line at Starbucks is out the door as Carlmont High School students wait for their hot lattes and mochas, the majority unaware of possible side effects of the ...



Minor California earthquake furthers fear of natural disasters  Scot Scoop News

Fires. Floods. Earthquakes. This is what residents in the Bay Area and California have been forced to prepare for and may have to endure. In the recent years, ...



Dealing with Dyslexia: Students Overcome Reading Difficulties  Scot Scoop News

How often do read? Even little things count, like a title on a worksheet, the label on a cereal box, or the text one just received. How much effort did it take to read ...



Teachers advocate for test retakes  Scot Scoop News

Students don't want to see themselves fail. After receiving a poor grade on a test, many students store the paper away and never look back at it. However, in ...



Friends of Millard Fillmore face lack of competition  Scot Scoop News

In less than a week, Carlmont students will be giving up their weekend and coming on campus to participate in a three-day trivia scavenger hunt. This scavenger ...



Outside sports generate debate over PE credit  Scot Scoop News

Out-of-school sports can offer Carlmont students benefits, but they can also come with drawbacks. The benefits include valuable friendships, increased ...



Students prioritize internet over homework  Scot Scoop News

There are only 24 hours in a day, and according to a report by Common Sense Media, teenagers spend nine of those hours using media. According to ...



An educational dream fulfilled | Local News  San Mateo Daily Journal

In his early years at Menlo-Atherton High School, Alex Oesterling would walk past posted lists of older students recognized as National Merit Scholarship ...



Private schools vs. Public schools: Bay Area edition  Scot Scoop News

Almost a half million public school students enrolled in the ninth grade in California in the fall of 2015. Leah Auyoung was one of them. After attending private ...



That’s not pistachio: Belmont Baskin-Robbins worker busted for topping ice cream with pot sales  San Jose Mercury News

BELMONT — A Baskin Robbins employee was caught serving beyond the 31 flavors Tuesday evening when authorities say he sold drugs to two undercover ...



Social media ruins social lives  Scot Scoop News

Snapchat, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and other social networks are ruining the teenager lifestyle. Almost all teenagers never know when to stop using their ...



Efforts To Offer Free Menstrual Hygiene Products At School  KCBS

Some students at Carlmont High School in Belmont are pushing to make menstrual hygiene products FREE for all students. KCBS Radio's Margie Shafer reports ...



Legendary coach dies  San Mateo Daily Journal

Jim Liggett, who coached the Carlmont softball team to more than 1000 wins during a 40-plus year career, died Sunday.



After School takes Carlmont by storm  Scot Scoop News

I personally think Sage is beautiful inside and out.” Students bend over their phones, searching eagerly for familiar names in the stream of After School posts.



Margie Shafer | KCBS 740AM | 106.9 FM  KCBS

Clues to Margie's future profession came early. Somewhere in her parents' backyard shed, there is a box of trophies from high school speech and debate ...



Plans for legalization of marijuana go up in smoke  Scot Scoop News

Some Bay Area residents' wishes of buying marijuana legally are going up in smoke. In the November 2016 election, California residents voted to legalize ...



Hang up your skates and dreams: Belmont Iceland has reached its end  Scot Scoop News

Ice skaters of various ages, from tots to adults, are losing their home. Belmont Iceland has announced that it will be closing its doors by the end of April 2016, ...



JV volleyball continues their undefeated season  Scot Scoop News

lWith their undefeated record and first place position at stake, the Scots successfully beat the second place Hillsdale Knights. On October 6, Carlmont JV ...



Blast from Sojourn to the Past  Scot Scoop News

Sojourn to the Past transported the civil rights movement to the present with a trip the south. The adventure gave 87 students from Carlmont and other high ...



Redwood Shores loses daily wave and smile | Local News  San Mateo Daily Journal

Dozens of handwritten messages covering a wooden fence at a Redwood Shores intersection and several others shared on online platforms last week signal ...



Carlmont wears all white for game day  Scot Scoop News

Rivalry. Every year the football game between Sequoia High School and Carlmont elicits passion from both sides. For the final home game of the season, ...



Late school buses lead to missed opportunities  San Jose Mercury News

Carlmont High School freshman Joshua Brass was kicked out of a morning advanced English class after walking in late or missing almost every class the first ...



Students hope to exercise leadership skills by applying for ASB  Scot Scoop News

Imagine going to a school with absolutely no activities to raise school spirit; no dances, no lunchtime activities, and no after school activities. At Carlmont, ASB ...



Scots achieve goal of defeating Capuchino  Scot Scoop News

Carlmont girls varsity beat Capuchino High School 4-0 on Feb. 7, increasing their total league wins to 5 this season. “We definitely improved from the start of the ...



Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF brews a Halloween full of candy and kindness  Scot Scoop News

Screams and laughter filled the air as kids of all ages paraded around neighborhood streets carrying little orange boxes this Halloween. Since initiated by ...



Warriors spark excitement in new season  Scot Scoop News

Sixty-seven wins and 15 losses. Four All-Stars. Best record in the NBA. Best ever playoff record for an NBA team. Two championships in three years (according ...



Dickens Fair attracts Christmas enthusiasts  Scot Scoop News

source wished to keep their last name anonymous Hundreds kicked off the holiday season on Nov. 18 at the Cow Palace's Great Dickens Christmas Fair and ...



Skaters say good-bye to Belmont Iceland  Scot Scoop News

After almost 50 years of business, the peninsula will have to say good-bye to the ice skating rink at Belmont Iceland. East Bay Iceland, the company that owns ...



Carlmont singers dominate Coastal Honor Choir  Scot Scoop News

Through months of preparation and learning, 15 singers from Carlmont choirs performed in California's Coastal Honor Choir on Nov. 21. California's Coastal ...



New class extends robotics team  Scot Scoop News

In the 2016-2017 school year, Carlmont offered a robotics course, called engineering robotics, for the first time. This class provides students with an opportunity ...



Teen's life cut short in fatal crash  Scot Scoop News

On Nov. 11, Justin Quintos, a 16-year-old at Saint Francis High School, died in a fatal car crash in Saratoga, CA. Quintos was driving with two other friends on ...



Interact prepares for lobster fest  Scot Scoop News

The mission of Rotary International is to bring together business and professional leaders in order to provide humanitarian services, encourage high ethical ...



Santa and his elves visit Carlmont for the holidays  Scot Scoop News

Snow in California and Santa at school? It's a Christmas miracle! To relieve students of some stress during Dead Week and to bring in some holiday spirit, Santa ...



Students view language classes as unnecessary  Scot Scoop News

It can take up to 2200 hours to learn a foreign language. It takes much less time to forget it all. Many high school students study a language for the minimum ...



Volleyball goes to CCS Finals for the first time in ten years  Scot Scoop News

One small step for a high school athlete. One giant leap for Carlmont volleyball. The number one seed Los Altos Eagles were defeated by fifth seed Carlmont ...



Perfectionism creates more academic pressure  Scot Scoop News

Students aiming for success and overachievement often work into the next day to complete their assignments to their full ability. Many deal with multiple ...



Welcome back Weden  Scot Scoop News

Carlmont welcomes alumna Stephanie Weden back with open arms. Principal Ralph Crame said, “Ms. Weden, as a Carlmont grad, genuinely cares about the ...



Feminism Club speaks out at Women's March rally  Scot Scoop News

Following the inauguration, millions of people across the world joined together in what was known as the Women's March in order to “grab back” at President ...



Wildcats terminate Scots' winning streak in CCS championship  Scot Scoop News

Everything was left on the field: blood, sweat, and tears. After a long, hard-fought journey, boys varsity soccer's season came to an end after falling to the St.



High school Sex Ed teaching 'Yes means yes' rape prevention  CBS 8 San Diego

This is the new look of high school sex ed: A roomful of teens, 14-year-olds mostly, is told that a girl and boy meet at a school dance. The boy drives her home.



Scare Wars: Attack of the clowns  Scot Scoop News

It started as just a sighting. In August, a clown was reportedly seen luring children into the woods in Greenville County, S.C. Since that first clown sighting, over a ...



Obituary of Mark Edward Stillwell  The Union of Grass Valley

Mark Edward Stillwell passed away on May 14, 2018 at Sierra Nevada Memorial Hospital. He was 68. Graveside Services will be held at 3 p.m., on Friday, May ...



Swimming Scots close a successful season on Senior Night  Scot Scoop News

Sophomore Cameron Ho leads a team cheer before the meet begins. "It was just fun to have our Senior Night and last home meet against our sister school, ...



Ralston Rams Tennis Players Sweep Tournament  Patch.com

Belmont, CA - Both singles and doubles players won the Mid-Peninsula Middle School Invitational Tournament last Thursday.



Volunteering is no longer altruistic  Scot Scoop News

I volunteer to give back to my community” has been said so many times that it's almost cliché. Volunteering has been around for forever, but there are a myriad of ...



Students vote on the 2017 summer reading book  Scot Scoop News

A decision finally left up to the students: the summer reading book. From Feb. 22 to Feb. 24, students had the opportunity to vote for the upcoming summer ...



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