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Sophomore Ruby Viot sells flowers to Evan Cormier April 14. During lunch, AP European History students fundraised for the trip by selling flowers.

Friday flowers event flourishes

Ashley Reyes April 20, 2023

To help fundraise money for the Europe trip on April 14, AP European History teacher Emma Engebretson and students brought together a meaningful day for Park students.  On their way to lunch, students...

Mr. Goddard gives a lesson to his 5th hour AP European History class Dec. 16. This is Mr. Goddards first year teaching European history.

Registration opens for AP European History trip

Sarah Peterson December 19, 2022

Park’s School Board reached a unanimous decision to approve the proposal for a Europe trip Dec. 13, which was presented by sophomores Evelyn Bot and Louisa Augustine. Open to all current tenth graders,...

Sophomore Sam Pilner studies for the AP European History exam April 21. Students are preparing for AP exams coming up in early May.

Stressful yet worth it

Mya Stanberry April 23, 2022

Advanced Placement (AP) classes are courses that offer college-level materials that entail an exam at the end of the year, certain scores on these exams can earn college credits. However testing can...

AP European History integral to the curriculum

AP European History integral to the curriculum

Tenzin Gyaldatsang January 15, 2022

Recently, talks of removing Advanced Placement (AP) European History, an AP course and a history course offered, have been circulating. I believe that AP European History shouldn’t be removed from the...

AP European History teacher Jeff Cohen discusses the Europe trip with junior Mayrim Garcia. The 13-day trip has been planned for June 2022.

Annual Europe trip set to occur June 2022

Tenzin Gyaldatsang and Sam Listiak December 2, 2021

After two years of waiting, AP European History teacher Jeff Cohen got the news that the annual Europe trip had been approved. Due to COVID-19, the yearly trip was canceled last year, but now he and his...

Sophomore Oliver Smith turns in an extra credit project to AP European History teacher Jeffrey Cohen Oct. 24. AP European History students are given the opportunity to paint historically themed pumpkins for extra credit.

Teacher incorporates nontraditional learning into class

Sam Swisher November 5, 2019

According to AP European History teacher Jeff Cohen, he hopes students will further their learning of European history by painting pumpkins for extra credit. “I got the idea of using Halloween as...

Former United States Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley spoke at Beth El Synagogue May 19. Haley spoke as Beth Els 16th speaker in their ongoing series.

Nikki Haley speaks in St. Louis Park

Nebyu Bekele June 7, 2019

AP European History teacher Jeffrey Cohen shows gratitude about his class getting the chance to hear Nikki Haley speak, and said they were fortunate to have this experience. According to Cohen, 30 AP...

Sophomore AP European History students Libby Ramspurger and Claudia Stone attend a morning review session with teacher Jeff Cohen on April 24 to prepare for the upcoming AP test.

Classes ramp up in preparation

Emma Kempf and Ndunzi Kunsunga May 2, 2017

With testing coming up in May, the Advanced Placement social studies classes are entering review periods to prepare their students for rigorous testing. The four Advanced Placement (AP) social studies...

Euro trip fosters unique perspectives

Evelyn Nelson April 21, 2017

As sophomore Anna Jennisen visited historical sites across Europe, she said her experiences enriched her understanding of the material she’s learning in her AP European History class. “(The...

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