The student news site of St. Louis Park High School

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

Classroom connection reappears in distance learning

Classroom connection reappears in distance learning

Aisha Hersi March 6, 2021

Through the screen of my computer, I could see the bubbling excitement on my teachers’ faces as they welcomed students back to hybrid learning on Feb. 22. Their enthusiastic moods radiated onto me, giving...

Superintendent Astein Osei speaks June 6 at Parks 2019 Graduation. Osei said the COVID-19 pandemic has presented the toughest challenges of his career.

Leadership shines in the midst of pandemic

Tobias Khabie December 1, 2020

Throughout his entire career, Superintendent Astein Osei said he has never faced a task as daunting as leading a school district through a global pandemic. Despite the pressure put on his shoulders, Vice...

Photo illustration by Kaia Myers. A doorknob is sanitized by a disinfecting wipe. The district has cancelled all after-school events and field trips in response to COVID-19.

Staff Editorial: Park must keep students informed of COVID-19 

March 14, 2020

As the COVID-19 virus continues to spread around the United States, schools are taking action to combat the pandemic. According to the Star Tribune, there have been 14 confirmed cases of COVID-19 in Minnesota,...

Coaches Aedan Helwig and Richard Shmikler answer sophomore Semona Robels questions during their final debate practice on Dec. 6.

Debate puts in extra work for State

Grace Schultz December 13, 2019

Junior Kaylee Quick was proud of how her teammates performed after the JV debate team went to State Dec 6. “My team overall did very well, especially the novices,” Quick said. “However, I didn’t...

Junior Haim Lyubeznik prepares to serve the ball to his opponent in the Orioles match against Mound Westonka on April 11. Park lost by a score of 3-4.

Boys’ tennis loses first match to Hopkins

Alec Pittman and Atticus Raasch April 12, 2017

Losing to Hopkins 1-6 and Mound Westonka 3-4, boys’ tennis head coach David Breitenbucher said he thinks the team performed well given how little practice it had. “The preparation, with spring...

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