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Volunteers of all ages can help out at the Norwalk Police Department annual coat drive, “Keeping Norwalk Warm.” The event provides coats and outerwear for families who may not be able to provide these items for themselves or their families.

Staples must provide accessible volunteer opportunities for teenage growth, academic success

Lauren Hassell ’22, Staff Writer June 11, 2021

Teenagers are selfish creatures. Volunteerism may not be the first thought that comes to mind when they think about extracurricular activities. However, it should be an important part of a teenager’s...

Remi Levitt ’21 used Staples’ period of remote learning to give back to Moroccan children in the village of Atlas Kinder.

Levitt connects Americans to Moroccan culture, youth through volunteering

Lea Rivel '22, Web Arts Editor December 21, 2020

Although COVID-19 has negatively changed daily life, many students have used the effects of this pandemic to benefit the people around them. In the case of Remi Levitt ’21, she  used Staples’ period...

Wakeman Town Farm welcomes volunteers

Anna Diorio ’23 and Lucy Dockter ’23 November 12, 2020

https://youtu.be/zGw5oxg-RAQ

Campaign volunteering pushes student involvement in election

Campaign volunteering pushes student involvement in election

Alexandra Sprouls ’19 November 27, 2018

Rather than spending their free time with friends or doing homework, some high schoolers instead opted to volunteer at political campaigns. In a survey conducted by Zogby International, 22.4 percent of...

Food Rescue US introduces new app at Patagonia

Food Rescue US introduces new app at Patagonia

November 2, 2018

By Evi Tarshis ’20

EMS hosts open house to expand understanding of program

EMS hosts open house to expand understanding of program

September 30, 2018

By Emma Van Riper '20

Chowdafest visitors chow down for good cause

Chowdafest visitors chow down for good cause

October 12, 2017

By: Jacob Trock Chowdafest 2017, sponsored by supermarket chain Stop and Shop, took place at Sherwood Island State Park on Oct. 1.  The event, which has been held for ten consecutive years, drew more...

Students Offer to Help Others at the Caroline House

Students Offer to Help Others at the Caroline House

October 18, 2016

By: Ashton Dedona '17 The Caroline House allows under educated students to receive the opportunity to learn. A lot of Staples’ students have been spending some of their time at this organization in...

Siblings smile bright for their mother in front of the lit tree. Many families took the photo opportunity and flashed their cameras to capture the memories.

The holidays light up Westport

Caroline Cohen, A&E Editor December 5, 2013

As temperatures are on a steady sled down, spirit and holiday cheer are only rising. Holiday lights shine bright and Christmas trees are seen glittering through windows of homes around town. And the town...

Builders Beyond Borders volunteers pitch in at Wakeman Town Farm

Builders Beyond Borders volunteers pitch in at Wakeman Town Farm

Rachel Treisman, Staff Writer November 4, 2013

On the crisp, sunny afternoon of Oct. 27, Wakeman Town Farm was jam-packed with 200 eager high school volunteers shoveling leaves, clearing paths and digging up rocks. Volunteers from Staples and other...

Early Release: Students Plan to graduate early

December 3, 2010

Casey Haffner, currently a junior at Staples, will not be attending school for the entire third and fourth quarter of her senior year. She also will not be graduating with the rest of the class of 2012....

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