By: Nicholas Phipps
With the release of this article, there will only be 4 weeks remaining in the school year. Be sure to gain as much progress toward your graduation before the school year ends.
5th year seniors will be meeting with Mrs. Koehler on Friday to help them streamline their dreams for success. During this time students will discuss what it is they need to graduate in a timely manner next year.
This week’s student of week last week was Donovan Harvey. Teacher Lance Christensen said, “Harvey demonstrates very respectful behavior and also responsible behavior”. Congratulations Donovan on winning student of the week and hope you enjoy your pizza at the generous DJ’s.
Carle has instituted a new policy. To encourage kids to arrive to school on time the staff made a contest of sorts. In this contest student whom arrive on time have their names place on a raffle ticket and into a cup or bowl. During our morning bulletin two names are drawn from this and these two students are rewarded with a warm beverage of their choice.
Raven Baldwin and Jamie Miller designed a plaque for our school field trips bus driver Marilyn Taylor. On the plaque it says a quote that Raven and Jamie crafted. This quote says “ our students and staff would like to thank you, for all your hard work and dedication serving our school. You make a difference. Thank you for taking us on our field trips, thank you for always handling mixups even when you aren’t responsible. Thank you Marilyn, for brightening our day and getting us home safe! Keep being a great member of this community and school district…. the worlds best bus driver!”. Raven will be giving this plaque to Marilyn personally. We at Carle can’t thank you enough and wish you the best
On May 10 Carle will join with the rest of the Konocti Unified School District to honor its own. Lilli Edson will be awarded as our certificated employee of the year. “This is Lilli’s first year and we nominated her for the relationship she has built both here and at other sites and also her dedication to helping student be successful” said principal Heather Koehler. Olga Paselk will be awardes as the classified employee of the year “for her general awesomeness and her dedicated support of Juan Carlos” said Principal Koehler.
Cheri Johnson from Totes for Teens will be awarded as Carle’s volunteer of the year “for her continued support of Carle high school and teens in need throughout our community. Her organization is invaluable” said Koehleer.
The teachers of Carle voted two students as students of the year. These student are Briana Legg and Alvaro Duran. “Brianna Legg was the President of Carle and immediately after graduation started attending college and got a steady job. Those kind of students really encourages Carle students to follow their dream” said Heather Koehler. “Alvaro is generally an all around nice guy and friend to everyone, he is in good standing both here and at Lower Lake High School. He volunteers, participates in all activities to help his community in anyway he can” said Koehler. All of us at Carle wish you the best in your future endeavors, and congratulations on being named Students of the Year.