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The Echo

The student news site of St. Louis Park High School

The Echo

The student news site of St. Louis Park High School

The Echo

Senior Jada Mclemore speaks during the SOAR facilitated discussion Nov. 9. The discussion was held to discuss the white faculty member who used the N-word.

Staff Editorial: Lack of transparency from administration causes unrest

November 29, 2021

In a marketing class Nov. 4, a white faculty member used the N-word in conversation with two Black students. After an open-mic discussion hosted by Students Organized Against Racism (SOAR) to discuss the...

The women’s bathroom in the C3 hallway remains locked due to maintenance issues Oct. 28. Multiple bathrooms in the high school have been closed due to maintenance issues.

Bathroom measures cause frustration

Avery Stahl October 31, 2021

The sinks aren't working, paper towels are gone, soap isn't stocked and the bathrooms are closed - leading many students to be frustrated about the state of the bathrooms. Sophomore Oliver Salita said...

Students walk to their classes April 9. Plans to remain three feet apart for social distancing.

Park implements buffer before unlimited capacity

Harris Keekley April 9, 2021

According to junior Will Dooley, he believes although he learns better in a school environment, he is more concerned for the health of everyone else. “Personally I feel like the move towards 100 percent...

GLC DJ Singer patrols outside of the high school building during 3rd lunch Sept. 27. As of the 2020-2021 school year, it is likely seniors will no longer have an  open campus during lunch.

Administration introduces new approach to discipline

Isabel Kjaer and Marta Hill October 3, 2019

With the new policies rolling into action, assistant Principal Jessica Busse said Park pride tasks are meant to restore the damage done by students when they perform simple infractions, such as leaving...

If you skip class, you may be sidelined

If you skip class, you may be sidelined

Marta Hill and Isabel Kjaer September 5, 2019

Starting this fall, missing class may affect more than academics for student athletes.  According to athletic director Andrew Ewald, the Athletic Office will be tracking athletes’ attendence and...

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