We had a great time delivering crayons to first-graders at Fremont Elementary School. They were so excited to have high school students visit so we are going back in a few weeks to read with them!
Check out Coral speaking at the Celebration of WE about her passion and drive to help victims of human trafficking.
Thank you for the crayon donations! Yes, we are still collecting more. Please drop off in the office or contact Coral. Thank you to @crayoncollection for the support!
This Club Saves Lives at Carmel High School is working with an organization called Crayon Collection in the efforts to collect new, used, or even broken crayons to donate to underfunded schools in our county. One of our club activities will be melting the broken crayons and turning them into new ones to donate to the schools. This project is not only saving the environment by recycling crayons, it is also a simple and impactful way to provide children with a chance to express their creative sides.
Our club–along with many children in the community–would be extremely grateful for your donation. So, if you have any crayons at home or in your classroom that you are willing to part with, please email me back (or Leigh Cambra) and our club will come pick them up. Thank you so much for your commitment to spreading the love for education around our community.
Coral BarrettPresident of This Club Saves Lives
Congratulations to club secretary and ASB President Diego Cabrera on his selection as a Comcast Leader & Achiever scholarship recipient! We are so proud of you! #WeAreCarmelUnified
Thank you to the Randazzo, Stafford, and Steely families for helping out Noah and friends at Del Monte beach this morning. More info about future projects for the homeless coming soon.
The WE Day application for Carmel High School is available. It must be completed and signed by student, parents, and teachers. It is on google docs: WE Day application