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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

Students wait in line to pay for lunch March 23. Starting this fall, the lunchbox tax cut law will come into effect, making school breakfasts and lunches free of charge.

Breakfast and lunch: a no-cost munch

Alex Geretz March 27, 2023

Starting next school year, every student will be able to get breakfast and lunch meals at Park completely free of charge. Governor Tim Walz passed into law the proposed “lunchbox tax cut” bill that...

Junior Sophie Yakes speaks on behalf for the club Roots and Shoots during the Childrens First Champion Breakfast March 5 at Double Tree Park Place Hotel. Yakes said she wants to promote awareness to citizens of St. Louis Park on how to take action.

Children’s First program brings community together to discuss climate change

Anna Benishek March 8, 2020

Junior Roots and Shoots member Sophie Yakes said it’s important for students' voices to be heard at the Children’s First Champion Breakfast because the community can benefit from them. “I am speaking...

Juniors Max Gohman and Benn Katzovitz grab breakfast before going out to fundraise. The Nordic team knocked on neighborhood doors to sell coupon books Nov. 23.

Nordic team sells coupon books

Sofie Geretz November 25, 2019

Nordic parent Ann Walsh said the coupon selling fundraiser Nov. 23 was unique because of both the local businesses’ and the community’s involvement. “What's really special about the Nordic coupon...

Book club members discuss Feed and their next book All The Right Places in preparation for their next meeting on Jan. 30.

Book Club reads dystopian novel

Alexis Machoka January 17, 2018

When picking out the book for this month’s Book Club meeting, club adviser Ellen George said many factors determine which book the club will read. “Picking the books is pretty much recommendations,...

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