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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

Superintendent Astein Osei speaks June 6 at Parks 2019 Graduation. Osei will begin leading the search for a new principal after applications are due Feb. 24.

St. Louis Park Public Schools begin search for interim principal

Marta Hill and Talia Lissauer May 1, 2020

After several rounds of virtual interviews for the next Park principal, Superintendent Astein Osei decided not to move forward with any of the candidates. Over the next few weeks, Osei will begin the search...

Deb Brinkman responds to an audience provided question Oct. 17 at St. Louis Park City Hall Candidate Forum. Deb Brinkman is running for City Council at Large A.

League of Women Voters creates impact

Sofie Geretz November 4, 2019

The candidates at the League of Women Voters Candidate Forum exceeded expectations, according to St. Louis Park City Council candidate Nadia Mohamed’s campaign communications manager Carolyn Guddal. “Every...

Art by Maggie Klaers

Meet the candidates for St. Louis Park School Board

Gabriel Kaplan, Noah Orloff, and Maddie Schutte November 3, 2019

Jim Beneke Why did you decide to run? I am one of two incumbents running again. I ran for the first time four years ago (because) I had been active in a lot of school committees. You name the committee,...

Minnesotan woman for president?

Minnesotan woman for president?

Tamar Gewirtz March 3, 2019

To the relief of many people like myself, presidential elections are only two years away. Some current tenth graders and upperclassmen will be able to vote by that time. And in exercising our constitutional...

Midterm candidates - 2018

Midterm candidates – 2018

Gabriel Kaplan October 31, 2018
Election hosts a number of important races throughout the state and country
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