The Staples High School community inspires learning, fosters integrity, and nurtures empathy.

Student Handbook

 

STAPLES HIGH SCHOOL MISSION STATEMENT

The Staples High School community inspires learning,

fosters integrity, and nurtures empathy.

 

WESTPORT SCHOOL SYSTEM AFFIRMS NON-DISCRIMINATORY PRACTICES IN EMPLOYMENT AND EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY

In compliance with Titles VI and VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, the Westport Public Schools do not discriminate in employment or in educational opportunity on the basis of sex, sexual orientation, marital status, race, color, creed, religion, national origin, age, ancestry, learning and/or physical disability or past or present history of mental disorder.

Complaint Procedures
1. File complaint with principal; copy to coordinator (see right column).
2. If not satisfied with principal’s resolution, you may appeal to coordinator.
3. Next level appeal is to Superintendent.
4. Next level appeal is to Board of Education.

Title IX Compliance Officers, Staples High School:

Meghan Ward 203-341-1242 Grade 9
James Farnen 203-341-1284 Grade 10
Chase Dunlap 203-341-1282 Grade 11
Patrick Micinilio 203-341-1492 Grade 12

 

Superintendent of Schools

Thomas Scarice
Westport Public Schools
Westport Town Hall
110 Myrtle Avenue
Room 306
203-341-1025

Title VI and Title 504 Coordinator

Michael Rizzo
Assistant Superintendent for Pupil Personnel Services
Pupil Services Office
110 Myrtle Avenue
Westport, CT 06880
203-341-1250

Title VII and IX Coordinator:
John Bayers
Director of Human Resources and General Administration
Westport Town Hall
110 Myrtle Avenue
203-341-1004

Student Handbook and Code of Conduct