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Westport approves a 2-year lease with Aries Building Systems LLC. for two portable classrooms at Coleytown Elementary school in hopes that the classrooms will help to alleviate overcrowding at the school. Over the past few years, as a result of migration to Westport due to COVID-19 as well as other factors, CES and Stepping Stones Preschool, which is housed in the CES building have seen major increases in enrollment.
Westport approves the implementation of portable classrooms at Coleytown Elementary School
Mia Bomback ’25, Paper News Editor • June 13, 2022
Juniors took the Next Generation Science Standard test on May 25 and 26. This test is a graduation requirement and focuses primarily on different types of science taught throughout middle and high school.
Juniors take required NGSS test for graduation
Karlie Saed '23, Photostory editor • June 1, 2022
Saugatuck Avenue opened up to the public hours after the accident occured.
Norwalk man dead following fatal Westport car crash
Caitlin Jacob ’24 , Paper Features Editor • May 31, 2022
Along with a tour of the school, Staples provided Bedford and Coleytown middle school eighth graders with a club fair to get involved in extracurriculars, before their arrival in the fall.
Staples offers interactive touring experience to incoming freshmen
Paige Tighe ’24, Paper Features Editor • June 14, 2022
Hamantaschen is a traditional Israeli food and a favorite of Cunningham’s
Humans of Staples: Catherine Cunningham explores cooking, art
Ryan Hong ’23, Staff Writer • June 14, 2022
Staples’ football field will serve as this year’s graduation location, for just the second time in recent school history.
Class of 2022 set to graduate
Finnegan Courtney , TV Show Producer • June 10, 2022
Veganism has many benefits for your health and the environment, but negative stereotypes and all-or-nothing biases are even harder than giving up your favorite foods.
Junior year made me stop being vegan
Maya Hruskar ’23, Staff Writer • June 12, 2022
Some well-known corporations have created “pro-gay” advertising and made their logos rainbow for LGBTQ+ pride month, while simultaneously donating millions to anti-gay politicans in recent years, presenting a problem often called “rainbow washing.”
Pride is not just one month: corporate performativity, rainbow washing is detrimental
Lea Rivel '22, Staff Writer • June 12, 2022
Some people prefer books, some people prefer sports. Students should be able to choose what activity they wish to do in the summer.
Books shouldn’t be sole summer task
Nile Jean '24, Staff Writer • June 9, 2022
Stranger things season four breaks the mold of the previous seasons by being more expansive, more complex, and with a run-time to match. Despite struggling with bloatedness, it achieves a level of entertainment unmatched by its predecessors.
‘Stranger Things’ expansive fourth season exceeds expectations
Maya Hruskar ’23, Creative Director • June 20, 2022
The initial caption, and logo for the show made on October 3, 2021
New Star Wars miniseries exceeded expectations
Nile Jean '24, Staff Writer • June 8, 2022
Tessa Cassell ’24 consistently checks to see if her favorite show “Friends” has returned to Netflix. After viewing it for the last time in 2019, she turns to cable television to occasionally watch replays of randomly selected episodes, realizing that the app isn’t as worth it.
Netflix’s recent adjustments outrage users
Talia Varsano , Arts Paper Editor • June 8, 2022
The FCIAC quarterfinals took place Friday, May 20 and the semifinals took place Monday, May 23.
Softball approaches end of season
Gabriella Gerig ’23, Sports Editor • May 24, 2022
According to Coach Jack McFarland, the Wreckers’ baserunning has been stellar this season, hopefully leading them to more victories.
Baseball team navigates up and down season
Jalen St. Fort ’22, Staff Writer • May 18, 2022
The girls’ golf team has members from every grade; each player has different strengths that have helped contribute to the team’s victories this year.
Girls’ golf victorious in almost every match, leads state
Phoebe Miller ’23, Associate Managing Editor • May 17, 2022
In the video, students and faculty shared their opinions on superstitions, as well as some superstitions they hold and the weirdest superstitions they’ve heard.
Students share opinions on superstitions
Allie Gillman ’23, Business Director and Lucy Dockter ’23, Editor-in-chief June 15, 2022
The line for sandwiches at lunch at Staples is often lengthy and filled with people from all corners of the building. School members share their opinions on the sandwiches, and why this lunch item is so special at the school.
Why are Staples’ sandwiches so special? Students and staff share their input
Phoebe Miller ’23, Associate Managing Editor • June 15, 2022
Members of the Staples orchestra, band, and chorus all performed at the pops concert
Staples musicians prepare for annual pops concert
Ryan Hong ’23, Staff writer • June 14, 2022
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