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  • Studetns and teachers gather at trail in Big Sur

    Carmel High students and teachers deliver groceries to classmates' families south of the Pfeiffer Canyon in Big Sur.


    Carmel High teachers Leigh Cambra (Health), Bridget Randazzo (Spanish), and senior Caroline Mierzwa have created a program to deliver groceries to families in need. So far, they’ve collected over $1000 in donations.

    Carmel High School student Chantal Gonzalez took the initiative to seek out her neighbors who live south of the Pfeiffer Canyon—where the bridge has been out for months—to see what they needed. Then Leigh, Bridget, and ASB Secretary Tammy Waldman purchased all the items, organized and bagged them up and went on their way to Big Sur on Thursday, April 20. They were joined on the trip by students Caroline Mierzwa, Diego Cabrera, Diego Salinas, Katya Fredericksen, Hailey Rowe, Coral Barrett, Alex Myers, Julia Kurz, and Nick Haws, as well as staff members Diana Vita, Patricia Hunt, and Shannon Rains

    The group hiked the half-mile trail  that zig zags up the side of Pfeiffer Hill, elevating 500 feet, loaded down with gallons of milk, beans, rice, eggs, diapers, juice, and more. At the head of the trail, they met up with the families at the post office, who were very happy to have the fresh food. 

    The group has enough donations to do a few more deliveries and is tentatively scheduling the next delivery for Thursday, May 4. 

    Hats off to this community-service-minded team of CHS students and staff!


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  • CUSD Connection - Fall 2016 Newsletter 


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  • Public Notice: Disposal of Chromebooks

    The Carmel Unified School District intends to donate approximately 140 used Samsung 303C Chromebooks to needy district students or other entities that qualify for such a donation, including another district, county free library, or other state institution; a United States public agency or institution;  a nonprofit charitable organization; or children or adults in California or foreign countries for the purpose of increasing the general literacy of the people. Representatives of those entities and members of the public are notified of the opportunity to address the Board regarding the distribution of these materials. These Chromebooks are four years old have been heavily used daily at school and at home by students throughout that period. The devices are in working order, but In many cases will have noticeable damage such as scratched cases, cracked screens, and missing keys. Please contact Paul Behan, Chief Technology Officer at

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  • Read about the New Staff of CUSD - 2016

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