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Consequences in lack of student involvement outweigh participation benefits

Consequences in lack of student involvement outweigh participation benefits

Allie D'Angelo '20

March 6, 2019


Filed under Opinions

As administrative decisions grow ever more consequential, the need for student opinions is greater than ever. However, despite the countless surveys sent out by the administration in an effort to acquire perspective, many students refrain from taking advantage of such opportunities to say what we wa...

Student Assembly creates QR code to report issues

Student Assembly creates QR code to report issues

Eloise Ahl '21, Staff Writer

February 25, 2019


Filed under News, Top Stories

The Staples Student Assembly recently put up posters, each with QR codes that link to a Google Form for students to report issues including vandalism, leaks and other problems in school restrooms. These posters went up Jan. 28. The forms were developed by Student Assembly and the administration as a w...

[April 2017] Student Assembly representation of student body questioned

[April 2017] Student Assembly representation of student body questioned

April 26, 2017


Filed under Paper Archives

By: Phoebe Mendelson '17 Instead of a traditional student government, Staples has Student Assembly to convey student opinion to the administration. The assembly is made up of about 15 students per grade, and new members are selected by the club advisors and members through an application process....

Bonn and Edelman Rise in the Ranks as Co-presidents of Student Assembly

Bonn and Edelman Rise in the Ranks as Co-presidents of Student Assembly

Jane Levy

June 10, 2016


Filed under Features

Zachary Edelman ’17 will never forget how he felt on the night of Tuesday May 3, sitting in room 1039. “I saw JoJo [Adler ’16], Caroline [O’Kane ’16] and Ms. Didelot walk into the classroom after tallying the votes,” Edelman recalled. “I was looking down at the ground, thinking to myself,...

An exclusive inside look at Staples’ most talented students

An exclusive inside look at Staples’ most talented students

Brett Franklin, Assistant Business Manager

April 25, 2016


Filed under News

The Student Assembly hosted the Variety Show last Friday, April 15,  which showcased the school’s most talented students. From singing, to dancing in a chicken suit, the Variety Show covered it all. A special schedule was put in place in order to accommodate the show that took place during period six. ...

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