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Carlé Chronicle: College trip planned; game teaches life skills

 Carlé Chronicle: College trip planned; game teaches life skills

LOWER LAKE, Calif. – Welcome to the latest installment of the Carlé Chronicle.

Last week's CHILY winner was Danny Salvante and he chose a soccer ball.

On Friday, April 10, the whole school of Carlé will take a field trip to Santa Rosa Junior College.

Economics classes are playing a life skills game called “economic survival.” The game teaches students how to survive and live on their own in the world.

“I think it's good for kids to figure out how to economically survive in this world by learning how to write checks and balance their check books, invest wisely and learn how to avoid scams,” said economics and media teacher, Alan Siegel.

Carlé would like to thank Daniel Salvante and Kenny Kalousek for going around and collecting all the paper for recycling.

Thanks also go to Kristin Melcher and Jasmine Heckard for going around and picking up all the cans and bottles for recycling.

In addition, the school thanks Desteny Cypert for making plaques for thanking the Yuba counselors for running the collage readiness class.

It’s prom season and Carlé is having a prom here at the school.

We had a very kind opportunity to have a prom with Lower Lake High School. Mr. Strahl led a school-wide discussion about our options and then the student body voted to either have a prom here at Carlé or get together with Lower Lake High.

A majority of the student body voted to have the prom here at Carlé.

Carlé would like to thank the student body and the staff at Lower Lake for showing such kindness to us by reaching out to us to get together for a prom.

Thanks to Jessica Taliaferro, the principle at Lower Lake High School, and Melissa Lambert, the vice principle at Lower Lake High, as well as the Lower Lake High student council for their generosity and kindness towards our school.

Carlé greatly appreciates the hospitality that the Lower Lake High student body and staff have shown us.

Doyle Conatser and Danny Salvante attend Carlé Continuation High School in Lower Lake, Calif.


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