Off the Wahl is a WHJE and CHTV collaborative project, that is run by WHJE’s news director, Maggie Paul, CHTV’s news director, Jack Missler, and CHTV’s sports director, JD Arland. Each show, Carmel Clay School’s superintendent, Dr. Wahl, comes on to discuss topics under news, sports, and Carmel guests. This episode features discussions on the attacks on Paris and Syrian refugees, thoughts on the Colt’s season, and the guests, Taylor Griffin and Amy Hanners, speak about the Carmel marching band and color guard season.
WHJE 2nd years put together a series of PSAs dedicated to how to stay safe while it is dark for most of the day. They focus on what to wear, what to do and what not to do when you’re out and about when it is dark outside.
On November 23rd, the Carmel Clay School Board hosted another monthly meeting. These meetings are open to the public and anyone is allowed to attend. This meeting had several interesting points of discussion, including the recognition of several artists in Carmel’s schools. WHJE’s own Dan Burkhard reports on the meeting.
Carmel High School’s Ping Pong Club held their first ever ping pong tournament this year. Students had a great time playing, and all the proceeds of the event went towards the Riley Hospital for Children.
On November 12, there was a 5th grade musical at Prairie Trace and they performed Willy Wonka and the chocolate factory.
The Indian Cultural festival was a celebration of the cultures from all regions of India. The festival had events involving vibrant dance performances and fun interactive activities.
Carmel High School’s studio theatre put on the play The 39 Steps from November 12th to the 14th. The performance was almost entirely student driven, with little guidance from the heads of the theatre department. Students yielded impressive work during rehearsals and the effort they put into it paid off after all was said and done.