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from Dr. Tamu Lucero, Superintendent.

NEW A/B Block Schedule

All three SPS High Schools will follow an A/B Block schedule for the 2022-2023 school year. 

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SHS Pride Points

The SHS Boys Soccer Team proud to donate $1,000

The SHS Boys Soccer team is in their second year fundraising for Stamford Hospital in their "Paint the Town Pink" campaign. For every goal scored this season the boys led by Coach Mike Summa donated $100. Earlier this month, they presented the check to Stamford Hospital.

Students at the World Series of Innovation Challenge

On Friday, November 4th Entrepreneurship students from Westhill High SchoolAITE, and Stamford High visited Ernst and Young (EY) headquarters in Stamford. Students were invited through a partnership with the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE). 

EY volunteers collaborated with students on The World Series of Innovation challenge. Every fall, the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE) launches a new set of challenges in the NFTE World Series of Innovation, inviting young people to get involved in solving the biggest challenges facing humanity today and help advance the UN Sustainable Development Goals. EY volunteers acted as coaches assisting students as they brainstorm their solutions and prepare their submissions for The December deadline. 

This year’s challenge Design a solution to help communities, governments, or companies protect, restore or promote sustainable use of terrestrial ecosystems. Students were chaperoned by CTE teachers.

Black Knight Athletics Thanksgiving Dinner Drive

Black Knight Athletics turned their focus to those who are less fortunate in our community. The 2nd annual Thanksgiving Dinner Drive provided over 150 Thanksgiving gift bags that included dry goods donated by staff and $40 grocery store gift cards donated by SHS athletes and their families.  Bags were given to over 120 SHS families, as well as homebound seniors in collaboration with Silver Source.  Students from Stamford High School ‘s Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) and the SHS student store, affectionately known as Rob's, donated 100 percent of a single day's sales to the UKnighted Nation Thanksgiving Dinner Drive.  

New Winter Coat Drive

Stamford High School Social Worker, Joanne Carde, organized and distributed over 150 brand new winter coats to students who desired them! 
This annual coat drive is another example of how the students and staff of SHS continuously give back to each other!

SHS student is a Chapter winner of the DAR Good Citizens Award

Stamford High student, Megan Ash, will receive the DAR Good Citizens Award.  This prestigious award is given to outstanding senior high school students who excel in the qualities of academics, leadership, service, dependability and patriotism in their home, school and community.  To earn this award, Meagan wrote a required essay on the topic: “How will the essential actions of a good citizen meet the challenges that America faces in this decade”, gave her written thoughts on serving the community, and described her future plans and career goals. 

Meagan will be presented with the Good Citizens Award on November 17 by the Stamford DAR.  We congratulate Meagan for participating in this patriotic activity and sharing her thoughts and accomplishments.

SHS IS “PRETTY IN PINK!” 10 YEARS OF UNITING FOR A CAUSE!

Stamford High School celebrated its 10-year Anniversary of collecting and donating to the Bennett Cancer Research Center in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month!  In the last 10 years, SHS, through the efforts of teachers, staff, students, and families has generated and donated over $100,000 for this great cause!   All proceeds come from the sale of our “Pink Out” shirts and sweatshirts, where SHS students design and vote for their favorite shirt. “Pink Out” month has become synonymous with SHS and we could not be more proud!  Not only did SHS football come away with a victory, but the 2nd Annual Fall Festival, which included games, our now famous “Bone Show,” and trick-or-treating for kids, was a huge success!