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The student news site of St. Louis Park High School

The Echo

The student news site of St. Louis Park High School

The Echo

Photo illustration by Maya Nieves

Superintendent resigns abruptly

Maya Nieves September 13, 2023

Park announced that Superintendent Osei would be abruptly resigning, effective immediately. Park families received a short letter explaining that he would be leaving the job, without any specific reasons...

New assistant principal Alonzo Parks works in his office Aug. 31. Parks strives to make change at Park in the coming school year.

Alonzo Parks preps for Park

Alicia Mainjeni September 3, 2023

As Park kicks off the new school year, it welcomes new assistant principal Alonzo Parks to the leadership team.  Parks said he is eager to work with the leadership team and finds their guidance to...

In room B241, senior Fiona Petrie reaches for her phone. Sherri Fox uses Phone Jail to phone usage in the classroom.

Staff Editorial: Device expectations reminder

May 6, 2022

With phones becoming more of a distraction more often, Park has made an attempt to implement the student cell phone policy. The Echo Editorial Board unanimously believes administration should communicate...

The A3 girls bathroom is one of the bathrooms available for student use in the building. The 2019-2020 school year updated bathroom practice restricts students from using the bathroom to only during passing time.

New administration procedures prove successful

Kaia Myers, Marta Hill, and Isabel Kjaer December 4, 2019

As Principal Scott Meyers reflected on the new attendance practices the administration put into place for the 2019-2020 school year, he said he’s seen positive results.  “Some of the practices...

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