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Goodbye, Ms.LT!

Written By: Staff Writer Cameron Yeoh Throughout one’s time in school, teachers have a significant influence on their students. Whether it be spending their lunch break helping a student understand a problem or takingto taking our phones away, teachers are there for the students. Ms. Lamphiere-Tamayoshi is no exception. After …

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Mr. Vitous hangs up his teaching hat

After 25 years at Mt. Carmel, 8 years at Poway High, and a summer at youth basketball camp, Chris Vitous, esteemed History teacher at MC, is ready to trade in his teaching hat for a couple new ones during retirement.  “I plan on reinventing my fishing and golfing skills, attend …

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Mr. Bird: A Sundevil Legend

Bright yellow Spikeball nets scattered across the quad are the key to unlocking MC’s campus culture. Students decked out in red on a Friday afternoon, balls flying from one player to the next — a picture of lunchtime is incomplete without the camaraderie and good natured competition in each game. …

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The Tech World Meets Education

Technology in this day and age affects all aspects of our lives, and recently, our educational system has been making the digital transition as well. This has its advantages, but its consequences could weigh out the conveniences. In a survey conducted on teachers by Pew Internet Project, nearly 90 percent …

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New Sundevil Staff

As students settle into their school routines, many are noticing the smiling faces of new teachers and staff members on campus. Here are some quick facts about the additions to MC’s faculty this school year: Stephanie Alarcon- Biology 1, World History, High School English 1, Learning Strategies Margaret Armijo- Civics, World History …

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New teachers on the block

This school year, MC welcomed a host of new teachers to its ranks. Stacy Walker, who teaches drama and theater tech, is one of them. She previously spent four years of her life at MC, not as a staff member, but as a student. “It’s a trip, like honestly, I never …

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