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Staples Library promotes ‘banned books’ in light of National Banned Book Week

Staples Library promotes ‘banned books’ in light of National Banned Book Week

September 27, 2018

Emily Stone '20 The Staples High School Library has been participating in the National Banned Books Week throughout this week. The library staff has promoted several banned books with large stickers between steps on the main staircase, such as “13 Reasons Why”, “Pride and Prejudice”, and ...

Landowne becomes fastest 3000 meter high-school runner in the country this season

Landowne becomes fastest 3000 meter high-school runner in the country this season

January 22, 2018

By Izzy Connors '18 Will Landowne ’18 became the current fastest high schooler in the country to run the 3000 meter (1.8 miles) this season, with a time of 8 minutes and 34 seconds on Jan. 21 in New Haven. As the captain of the boys track team, Landowne has been training all year leading up to...

Junior Statesman of America helps Staples “Fight Apathy”

Junior Statesman of America helps Staples “Fight Apathy”

March 23, 2017

By: Arin Garland '18 Recently, the Staples JSA club has joined a nationwide campaign called “Fight Apathy,” which aims to “encourage students to think about what's important to them,” in the words of Claudia Guetta ’18, President of the Staples chapter of JSA. “Whether it's a sport,...

Grace McGinley Awarded National Title

Grace McGinley Awarded National Title

November 29, 2016

By: Alexandra Sprouls '19 The title of National Junior Rower of the Year was given to one of Staples’ own, Grace McGinley ’17. She was nominated among some of the best rowers in the country and managed to pull out the win. Despite this major award, McGinley remains humble. In order to win,...

Reflections resounds once more

Reflections resounds once more

Alice Hickson, Staff Writer

December 23, 2014

In the coming weeks, students from all over the country will be sending off their submissions to the National PTA Reflections competition, a long standing cornerstone arts program developed in 1969 by Colorado’s PTA President Mary Lou Anderson. It is a nationwide program which provides students a chance to express and explore their creative talents. There are six categories including: dance choreography, film production, literature, music composition, p...

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