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Potential bus strike forces students to scramble for rides to school

Potential bus strike forces students to scramble for rides to school

April 26, 2017


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By Julia Rosier '18 Superintendent Colleen Palmer sent an email to parents on Tuesday, April 25 warning students and parents of a potential bus strike by the school bus company, Dattco, on Thursday April 27. In her email, Palmer stated that if the issue does not reach an agreement by midnight Wednes...

Connecticut law enforces 2.5 percent cap on community spendings including education

Connecticut law enforces 2.5 percent cap on community spendings including education

Max Appell '18 and Julia Rosier '18, News Editor and Features Editor

December 9, 2016


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By Max Appell '18 and Julia Rosier '18 The State of Connecticut passed a law over a year ago deeming that starting on July 1, 2017, the state will have a 2.5 percent cap on a community’s increased spending, including the education budget. This law will directly impact Staples High School because Staple...

Shock, despair, euphoria: Election outcomes stir student emotion

Shock, despair, euphoria: Election outcomes stir student emotion

Julia Rosier '18, Features Editor

November 10, 2016


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By Julia Rosier '18 Republican candidate Donald Trump was elected as the 45th President of the United States over Democrat candidate Hillary Clinton on Nov. 8, 2016. Trump won 279 electoral votes compared to Clinton’s 228 electoral votes. The outcome of the election, both local and presidential, have stirred up debates and shock for Staples studen...

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