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The Echo

The student news site of St. Louis Park High School

The Echo

Interactive, not distractive

Interactive, not distractive

Annika Koch September 22, 2023

Park students return for the new 2023-2024 school year and many classrooms have been redone. Standard desks have been replaced with new furniture, including couches, hightops and spinning chairs in the...

Class sizes blown out of proportion

Class sizes blown out of proportion

Serena Bovee October 19, 2022

School has been going on for sometime and one thing is clear: class sizes are skewed this year. Some classes have an extremely large number of people while others are exceedingly small. These sizes are...

In anticipation of class starting, 40 students in Erik Ahlquists seventh hour Calculus class get materials out. This is one of many classes filled to capacity as class sizes increased due to budget cuts.

Chaos in the classroom

Maren Wilsey October 17, 2022

As students walk into their classes this year, many have noticed more desks and chairs fitted into the room to accommodate the ever-increasing class sizes. This year more than ever, Park is feeling the...

A visitor stops at the student office in the main entrance of the high school Nov. 13. This new office is located by the circle hallway at the end of the lunchroom in the high school.

Changes to allow for construction of new classrooms

Maria Perez Barriga November 16, 2019

The former student offices are now being used as a space for the Special Education Department and Grade Level Coordinators, according to assistant Principal Jessica Busse. “The old student office...

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