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Statistics given that allow for Connecticut schools to be ranked 2nd in the country when compared to other schools in US states according to WFSB.
Connecticut schools rank in the top three for education quality
Aidan Sprouls ’23, Web Opinions Editor • September 23, 2022
While the town of Westport may originally have planned on seeing all of Staples’ repaved by next year, that appears to not be the case.
Staples’ repaving project incomplete, timetable of completion unknown
Finnegan Courtney ’23 , Executive TV Producer • September 21, 2022
On Sept. 13, parents of students in grades 11 and 12 leave the SHS building after meeting with their childrens teachers on Back to School Night. BTSN consisted of teachers introducing themselves as well as discussing their goals for the upcoming school year to parents.
Staples parents attend Back to School Night in-person for the first time in two years
Ava Cordella ’24, Paper Opinions Editor • September 20, 2022
‘shshallupdates’ returns and so does the mystery of who’s behind the screen.
‘shshallupdates’ account throne passed on
Nina Bowens , Features Paper Editor • September 30, 2022
Kaya Law ’24 runs Anya Nair’s ’24 Educate the Elementary club stand. This club had over five pages of students eager to sign up.
Involvement Fair promotes new Staples clubs, increases involvement
Paige Miller ’24 and Talia Varsano ’24, Paper News Editor and Paper Arts Editor • September 23, 2022
Dresses at Winged Monkey, a clothing store in Westport, await the rush of junior girls going shopping for their outfits.
Junior girls count down to Counties
Ruby Kantor and Madison Mayr , Arts Paper Editor and Sports Paper Editor • September 23, 2022
Parents look over a youth soccer match (Photo contributed by Katharine Murray)
Parents over-involvement in youth sports detrimental to kids
William Murray '25, Web Sports Editor • September 23, 2022
Students face new, extreme punishments including having phones taken away and immediate Saturday detentions.
New school policies punish students unwarrantly, merit system more suited
Hannah Conn ’23, Web Managing Editor • September 23, 2022
Microaggressions are more hurtful than you think
Microaggressions are more hurtful than you think
Nile Jean '24, Staff Writer • September 22, 2022
Two Staples students received All-National Honors, making them the top performing high school musicians in the country. The musicians will travel to National Harbor, Maryland to participate in a prestigious ensemble where they will showcase their talents in the annual ANHE program showcase taking place at the beginning of November this year.
Staples musicians receive ‘All-National Honors,’ deemed top high school musician in country
Anna Diorio ’23, Broadcast Director • September 30, 2022
Toquet Hall is located on 58 Post Road E, Westport and is open to everyone. Whether it be game night, arts and crafts, live music, or drop-in hours, the hall has something for everyone.

Photo by Margot Richlin ’23
Students reflect on affordable Toquet Hall musical performances
Margot Richlin ’23, Audience Engagement Manager • September 30, 2022
Satire image describing many viewers’ thoughts on the upcoming season of Disneys “Dancing with the Stars”

Graphic by Rachel Olefson ’25
‘Dancing with the Stars’ premiere leaves audiences with mixed reactions
Rachel Olefson ’25, Staff Writer • September 29, 2022
Staples and Darien show good sportsmanship by high-fiving each other after the game ends.
Girls’ JV field hockey ties Darien
Cassidy Gutman '25, Staff Writer • September 30, 2022
Staples celebrates Matthew Shackelford’s ’23 last minute goal (Photo by Mark Sikorski)
Wreckers come out on top in dramatic game vs Westhill
Tristan Gonzalez '24, Staff Writer • September 23, 2022
Parents look over a youth soccer match (Photo contributed by Katharine Murray)
Parents over-involvement in youth sports detrimental to kids
William Murray '25, Web Sports Editor • September 23, 2022
Under the cell phone policy, students are required to place their phone into a designated sleeve. However, this policy isn’t enforced in every class.
Students and teachers on new cell phone policy
Caitlin Jacob ’24 Features Editor and Meg Enquist ’23 Business Manager September 27, 2022
Appreciating small accomplishments: Finding positivity in times of stress
Appreciating small accomplishments: Finding positivity in times of stress
Abby Nevin '23, Broadcast Director • September 20, 2022
English teacher Alexandra McHale provides insight to her personal and professional lifestyles while tending to her teacher duties.
20 Questions with Ms. McHale: cruising the Staples halls
Toby Goldfarb '23 Web Managing Editor and Emily Goldstein ’23 Public Relations Director June 23, 2022
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