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Families throughout the community came to participate in the Smart Walk for Smart Kids with Disabilities and to raise money for the organization.

Smart Walk for Smart Kids with Learning Disabilities nurtures awareness, provides support

Charlotte Berner ’25, Assistant Business Manager October 4, 2023

The fourth annual “Smart Walk for Smart Kids with Learning Disabilities” took place on Sunday, Oct. 1, at Sherwood Island State Park. Smart Kids with Learning Disabilities, a nonprofit organization...

The library parent volunteer fair, held on Sep. 13 in the library, offered an opportunity for parents to learn the ropes of volunteering for the LMC.

Parent Volunteer fair provides opportunities for involvement at LMC

Jack Robinson ’26, Web Opinions Editor September 19, 2023

The Staples Library Media Center held a meeting for parent volunteers on Sep. 13, which took place in the LMC, from 9:30a.m.10:30 a.m. The purpose of the meeting was to let the parent volunteers, of which...

Many students often feel forced to pick between one extracurricular and another rather than doing both. (Graphic by Maddie Bell ’23)

Extracurriculars are consuming the lives of teenagers

Maddie Bell ’23, Staff Writer June 15, 2023

During a time of new and exciting transition every freshman should feel ignited, ready to embrace the adventure of high school that awaits. I, unfortunately, did not have this experience. I was forced...

Nikhil Arora ’22 and members of Team Westport collecte perishable food items and bags of groceries for the Gillespie Center, a local emergency shelter.

The gift of giving: students spread holiday spirit through volunteer work

Caroline Coffey ’22, Staff Writer December 14, 2021

The dawn of the holiday season inspires a giving spirit prevalent throughout the Staples community, as many students partner with local organizations to aid efforts to deliver holiday magic beyond their...

Remi Levitt 21 sits with two children from the orphanage where she volunteers. The American Friends of Atlas Kinder Foundation is an organization founded by her mother, Keri Levitt, and has inspired Remis return to Marrakech this winter.

Levitt balances volunteering with online school in Morocco

Lucy Arrow '21, Web Sports Editor March 4, 2021

It’s not often where a vacation transforms into a desire for a whole new lifestyle halfway across the world. Yet for Remi Levitt ’21, this became a reality as she completes a whole month exploring...

One New Years resolution is to maintain a daily planner. This will help you keep track of assignments, club meetings, activities, etc.

Five new year resolutions for high school students

Charlotte Armstrong '21, Staff Writer January 8, 2020

With a new year kicking off, there’s an intimidating buzz of new year resolutions. But hopes and dreams of getting straight A’s, becoming the captain of your sports team and mastering the art of yoga...

Kale and Arellano place first and third in essay contest

Kale and Arellano place first and third in essay contest

December 23, 2017

By Melanie Lust '19 Like many high schoolers, Reva Kale '19 and Nicole Arellano '18 have their fair share of academic and athletic interests: from piano to track and field, from writing to math and...

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