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Paraprofessionals prove essential to Staples

Paraprofessionals prove essential to Staples

Jane Levy & Max Bibicoff , Features Editor & Staff Writer April 7, 2015

Soft classical music plays in room 1045, a room with which few students at Staples are familiar. The music was interrupted by the sporadic outbursts of giggles from students and their paraprofessionals....

Foreign universities broaden cultural experiences

Anders Hovstadius, Assistant Web Creative Director April 7, 2015

Most graduated seniors leave for college by a car or plane ride across the United States, but only a handful of students take a plane outside of the U.S. to another country. In fact, according to the...

Staples prepares students for college

Andrew Vester , Staff Writer April 7, 2015

Every year, students move from the Staples hallways to college campuses with pits of fear in their stomachs. Students are often plagued with anxiety-- everyone’s heard the horror stories of hours of...

Traditions are the stuffing of Thanksgiving

Traditions are the stuffing of Thanksgiving

Alice Hickson, Web A&E Editor November 11, 2014

Turkey is not the only thing getting stuffed on Thanksgiving. This food-filled holiday is also packed with plenty of classic and occasionally unconventional traditions. The participants of the original...

Make the high school years count

Taylor Harrington, Breaking News Managing Editor November 11, 2014

Ever since students watched the Wildcats burst into a synchronized dance number on top of red lunch tables in “High School Musical” while singing “Stick to the Status Quo,” movies have been setting...

20,000 Sheets A Day: Staples' Paper Addiction

May 14, 2011

Emily Goldberg '12 and Farrel Levenson '11 Web Managing Editor and Staff Writer According to main office secretary Mari Caroll who orders all of Staples paper, Staples goes through 200,000 sheets...

1,000 Paper Cranes for Japanese Relief Efforts

April 16, 2011

In an effort to raise money for those afflicted by the ongoing nuclear crisis in Japan, Jenna Ellis ’13 and Anya Kostenko ’13 are leading a group effort to fold 1,000 paper cranes to sell during...

A Breakdown of the Mental Breakdown: Why High School is So Stressful

October 28, 2010

Image by programwitch via Flickr Cheyenne Haslett '13 Web Features Editor Last weekend I had a mental breakdown. At least that’s what I’m calling it. It was my fourth mental breakdown this year. It...

To Take or Not to Take? Juniors and Seniors Deciding on an English Class

October 5, 2010

Image via Wikipedia 1, 2, 3…Go! As Staples juniors set in to their busiest year of high school, many have already begun the complicated process of completing the research paper. Looking at how the...

HEART WARMING: Monika Goldschmidt ’10, Eliza Hamburger ’10, Kylie Gould ’10, the graduating board members of the Paper Hearts Club. | Photo contributed by Patrick Goldschmidt

Passing the Torch: Seniors Hand Off Leadership of Their Clubs to Qualified Members

June 23, 2010

Sam Freeman '11 Web A&E Editor Although members of the class of 2010 are leaving Staples, the clubs and organizations they built will continue to flourish and succeed for years. The Paper...

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Social Studies Dept. To Go International

December 6, 2009

Inklings Editorial The social studies department is currently beginning a curriculum review intended to broaden the international scope of its classes and bring them more in line with state...

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