Carlmont ASB is a registered non-profit organization that abides by the rules of earning and spending its money as set forth by the California Education Code. As such, the ASB budget will always show a balance of revenue and expenses. And all money must be spent on the students of Carlmont for extra-curricular activities within the current school year. Following is a list of the expense categories as of 2017: Assemblies, Dances, Lunchtime Activities, Supervision, Training, CIF/CCS/PAL dues, Sports Expenses, ASB Supplies, Team Supplies.
C.H.A.M.P. - Carlmont High Adjustment Mentor Program
Advice. Motivation. Guidance. Creating a better transition into Carlmont.
The Carlmont High Adjustment Mentor Program (CHAMP) supports incoming freshmen so they can have a more impactful and meaningful transition into high school. Incoming students will be paired with either a Sophomore, Junior, or Senior with similar interest(s). These mentors will provide both academic and extracurricular guidance. Mentors will assist students and encourage them to get involved in many ways while simultaneously developing a personal relationship with them. CHAMP expects to play a key role in making the first-year experience a rewarding, fun, and successful welcome to the Carlmont community.
Once paired, the partnership will meet monthly to discuss various topics-- how they are balancing homework, stress, when sports tryouts are, giving recommendations of what clubs to join, etc. Mentors are chosen and paired with careful regards to ensure that students receive the best information and experience. Mentors will serve as positive resources, along with role models for their corresponding student.
Mentee goals are:
1.) To create an environment that allows new students to find their identity within Carlmont.
2.) To ease the academic transition between middle school and Carlmont in terms of course, time, and stress management.
3.) To ensure that new students feel comfortable, supported, and heard during this transition.
Mentor goals are:
1.) To contribute to Carlmont’s mission by supporting new students as they grow into creative, confident, and collaborative thinkers of our rapidly changing society.
2.) To gain experience in leadership, mentorship, communication, and organization.
3.) To develop a sense of self-accountability and respect for the impact made on both their mentees and Carlmont as a whole.
“Act as if what you do makes a difference. It does.” William James
Thank you for participating in the program for the Principal’s Service Award! The goal of this program is to encourage students to participate in community service activities that you enjoy, and to experience the true value of giving back to others.