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Living With High-Functioning Autism

An SHS sophomore with high-functioning autism is featured in this mini-documentary.

Seniors Depart for Internships

Isabella Teasdale, Reporter May 24, 2023

Friday, May 12 was the last day for many SHS seniors who chose to participate in the internship program. Reporter Bella Teasdale reported on their departure as her last Round Table story of her very own...

Annual Cinderella Project Returns to SHS

D'Andre Easley, Reporter April 28, 2023

Reporter D'Andre Easley talks to the founder of the Cinderella Project, Holly Hyman.

Leveling the Playing Field for Stamford High School Athletics - Literally

Leveling the Playing Field for Stamford High School Athletics – Literally

Amelia Stone, News Editor April 24, 2023

Last spring, Stamford High School was awarded 3 million dollars in bond money to redesign the athletic fields on campus. The proposed plan of use revolves around the implementation of a multisport turf...

What are Your Non-College Plans?

Jeremy Matamis, James Fahan, and C.J. DeMarco April 20, 2023

Round Table reporters talk to students who do not plan to attend college in the fall about their plans.

How to Overcome Your School Bathroom Use Anxiety

How to Overcome Your School Bathroom Use Anxiety

Isabella Teasdale, Reporter April 18, 2023

An incoming high school student has a few fears: getting lost, making friends, who to sit with at lunch. However, there is one fear in particular that will stick with them forever: the bathroom. Stamford...

Meet one of the youngest editors in the Round Tables history!

Meet one of the youngest editors in the Round Table’s history!

Pierce Colfer, Correspondent April 14, 2023

Traditionally, being an editor for the SHS Round Table is a position that is solely left to seniors. However, Martiecita Inverno has broken the norm, becoming one of the first students to be selected as...

Courtesy of Justin Ciaramella

Meet Justin Ciaramella, new guidance counselor

Ajsi Cako, Reporter April 13, 2023

Stamford High School was thrilled to welcome Justin Ciaramella as their new guidance counselor in late 2022. Ciaramella brings a wealth of experience to his new role, having previously worked as a guidance...

Picture from the 1991 yearbook

What past yearbooks tell us about the old Stamford High

Isabella Teasdale , Staff Writer March 6, 2023

When perusing through old Stamford High School yearbooks, I came across images of various clubs, courses, and events that took place here. These yearbooks reveal fascinating information about old Stamford...

The Minority Student Union in 1977

Black History Month Feature: Stamford High’s History of Racial Inclusion

Melia Peragine, Alexandra Gonzalez, and Dea Veshaj February 27, 2023

The Progress of Student Inclusion at Stamford High  We began our analysis by assessing the 1941 yearbook from Stamford High School to start our research (due to a lack of any earlier resources). We...

Black History Month Feature: An Emotional Interview with Superintendent Dr. Tamu Lucero

Scarlet Mejia and Dee Easley February 13, 2023

Dr. Tamu Lucero, Stamford's first black woman superintendent, discusses her life and career in an interview with Scarlet Mejia and Dee Easley of The Round Table.

Michael A. Boyle Stadium

The Legendary Names of Stamford High School athletics

Eleanor Fox, Staff Writer February 10, 2023

Boyle Stadium, Kuczo Gym, and Robustelli Field – they are iconic in the Stamford High School community, but have you ever thought about how our sporting grounds acquired these names, or who they are...

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