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Kelly, Jim
Freshman Leadership 1
ASB - Activities Council
ASB - Service Council
Carlmont Associated Student Body

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Carlmont Associated Student Body

Mission:  Engaged Students, Spirited Community.
Vision:  Scots Gathered... Smiling, Laughing, Involved. 
Motto: Spirit In, Spirit Out, Spirit Up
Stay Connected with ASB on Social Media!
Student Body President: Jono Sison
Student Body Vice Presidents - Activities Council: Lexi Romanowsky, Sasha Belov
Student Body Vice Presidents - Service Council: Aylin Salahifar, Joley Bove
 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.
Mental Health Matters

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Mental Health Matters

Please click on this link for a variety of mental and physical health resources.
Carlmont Clubs

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Carlmont Clubs

__________No clubs can be renewed or started after September 1, 2021_________
To Renew or Start a school club,
Before September 1, 2021, if you want to start a club OR RENEW AN EXISTING CLUB, find a teacher to agree to be the club advisor. Agree upon the days of the week or month that you will meet.
Then, have the teacher email Mr. Kelly for the Charter Request. Students are not allowed to complete Charter Requests. 
Please note that California Ed. Code states that clubs cannot raise funds for charitable causes. ASB cannot approve clubs whose function is to raise money for charity.


Forms for Clubs Fair

School Activity Clearance Form Use this form to request being cleared for classes.


Freshman Programs and Resources

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Freshman Programs and Resources

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. 

Additional inquiries can be directed to Activities Director Jim Kelly, or CHAMP Student Coordinator Nicole Miranda, 
Homecoming Information

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Homecoming Information

Haunted Halloween!
Spirit Week Themes
Monday: Country v. Country Club
Tuesday: PJ Day
Wednesday: Devils v. Angels or white, you choose
Thursday: Jerseys
Friday: Scots Gear...GO ALL OUT!!! 
Schedule of Activities
Monday Lunch - Powder Puff: Sophomores vs. Seniors 
Tuesday Lunch - Powder Puff: Freshmen vs. Juniors
Wednesday - Double 1st Period All School Assembly
Wednesday Night - In It to Win It Games
Thursday 6:30 pm - Powder Puff Consolation Game
Thursday 7:15 pm - Powder Puff Championship Game
Thursday After School - Float Decorations
Friday before school, lunch, at game - FACE PAINT :)
Friday end of 3rd pd. - Lunch Parade
Friday Lunch - Spirit rally and Fun Time Friday
Friday - Game 7:00 pm
Friday Halftime - Court Nominees and Floats
Saturday - Dance, 7:00-10:00 pm, In the Quad.
Dance Info - "Monster Mash"
Saturday, October 30, 7:00-10:00 pm, In the Quad
Two Day Sale -- $25.00 with PAL sticker and $30.00 without PAL sticker on 10/18 and 10/19 ONLY
$30.00 w/PAL and $35.00 w/out PAL 10/25-10/29...No sales on the day of the event!
Guest Pass is due Tuesday, October 26 (must have signed guest pass to buy guest ticket)
Freshmen Elections

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Freshmen Elections

Want to run for Freshman Class President or Vice President?
Join the 3rd Pd. ASB class. Learn valuable leadership skills. Be a part of our awesome and dynamic ASB!
Freshmen Elections Meeting
Friday, August 13, Lunch, ASB Room
Aug. 18 - 31
All candidates must download and complete a Freshmen Elections Packet 
due on August 17. 
Principal's Service Award

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Principal's Service Award

“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.

Please click on this link to access all the forms you'll need:  Principal's Service Award Forms
Outdoor Ed.

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Outdoor Ed.

Be an Outdoor Ed. Counselor
Tierra Linda:   Nov 29-Dec 3 
Arroyo:   Jan 31-Feb 4
Nesbit:  Mar 7-Mar 11 
Sandpiper: Mar 21-Mar 25
Sunset Ridge: Apr 11-Apr 15
Mariposa:  Apr 18-Apr 22
Henry Ford: May 2-May 6 
How to register for Outdoor Ed (all forms are due at least a week in advance)
  1. Complete the online SMCOE Registration Packet
  2. Complete the Student Temporary Absence from School form and turn into the office to get cleared.
  3. Email Mr. Kelly,, with the dates you are going to outdoor ed and the elementary school that you are going with. He will notify that school.
  4. Pick up (from ASB room) or click here for Cabin Leader Handbook 
  5. Bring the completed Cabin Leader Registration Packet and the Cabin Leader Handbook with you to Outdoor Education