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2011 Staples Student Art Show

June 2, 2011

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Staples Student Spectacular Challenge 2011 Winners

May 6, 2011

After reviewing the twelve team papers and six group presentations that competed in the 2011 Staples Student Spectacular Challenge, the winning teams have been selected. The first place winners of $6,500 are Eric Essagof '12, David Haswell '12, Robert Perry '12, Mathew Silver '12, and Connie Zhoe '12....

Student Teachers Use Staples as a classroom

Student Teachers Use Staples as a classroom

December 22, 2010

Michelle Maher is a graduate student at at the University of Connecticut who is working to get her master’s degree in education. As a requirement for the course, Maher was required to teach high school level students for four months. Maher taught Introduction to Psychology and U.S. History and government, two social studies courses normally taught by teachers Carol Avery a...

A Class With Zest: Culinary Course both Practical and Popular

A Class With Zest: Culinary Course both Practical and Popular

May 28, 2010

Ed Hickson '11 Staff Writer A frequent sight in the hallways is of a student walking around with aromatic-smelling snacks on a saran-wrapped plate. However, students are not bringing these in from home; these delicious foods are courtesy of the culinary classes in the Family and Consumer Sc...

Student Suspended for Improper Cell Phone Usage

Student Suspended for Improper Cell Phone Usage

February 23, 2010

Rachel Guetta Copy Editor & Staff Writer Within the reach of almost every teenager, there is a tool that can cause unintentional harm—school suspensions and, according to Connecticut law, fines. Cell phones: powerful tools for communication, and a way to get in a lot of trouble. Recently, a Staples student was suspende...

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