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Student Jordan Badhwa works on a drawing during the Art Club meeting on Nov. 14. The art club meets every Tuesday at 3:15 in B114.

Painting a strong community

Hanna Lipschultz November 20, 2023

Painting, drawing, ceramics, oh my! Park is offering students the opportunity to participate in art club.  Freshman Lucy Murray said the club has a great sense of community and they have been very...

Art by Audrey Kuendig and Kylie Kaiser

Rock o’clock

Hanna Lipschultz and Annika Koch October 12, 2023

At Park students have the opportunity to participate in bouldering through the Rock On club. It is mainly student-led, and is advised by language arts teacher Callie Hefstad. They meet every Friday morning...

New teacher Ms. Siegle helps junior Shipora Star with biology class work Sept. 20. This is Ms. Siegles first year at Park in the science department.

Park welcomes multiple new teachers

Hanna Lipschultz September 27, 2023

This school year has brought new classrooms, new policies and new faculty.  Park has welcomed multiple new teachers this year in both core classes and electives.  After the first two weeks, people are...

Kara Mueller pictured talking to Park senior Angel Aguilar Salazar about the Wallin scholarship. Park seniors were recently presented the Wallin scholarship for the college of their choice.

Financial assistance provides opportunity

Caedon Exsted May 26, 2023

With the end of school nearing and seniors deciding their future plans, Wallin Education Partners recently awarded the Wallin scholarship. Recipient and senior Nev Dobyne said the scholarship was a...

Black History Month in Park

Black History Month in Park

Roberto Alvarez February 23, 2023

I believe that Park is doing a great job of acknowledging and celebrating Black History Month for students. Over most of the school you can find flyers that show different events you can go to that represent...

Sophomore Ari Rose gets blood drawn on Feb 9th. This was the first blood drive at Park in 2023.

Driven for good

Caedon Exsted and Maren Wilsey February 16, 2023

To help take action during the ongoing global blood shortage, Park students and staff joined the cause by giving blood on Feb. 9.  After donating, Park students and staff reflected on their experience....

Sophomore Denea Lewis goes to serve the ball Feb. 10. Students were defeated when teachers achieved 25 points first.

Volleyball brings school spirit to Park

Ari Lissauer and Jamar Hester February 13, 2023

The student-staff volleyball game ended with a teacher victory and a final score of 25-22. English teacher Lindsey Meyer said events like these are important for students to have fun and brighten the...

Superintendent Astein Osei hosts the podcast Share the Mic Oct. 31. Osei is currently running the podcast, which is available to all students and staff.

Superintendent Astein Osei starts new podcast

Roberto Alvarez December 6, 2022

What was the purpose of this podcast? The really cool thing that he did was interview students to be able to get information from people who know what's going on in this school and be able to get an...

Students stock the clothing closet with winter gear. The clothing closet is open for all students during fifth hour, Mondays through Fridays, in B226.

Student-run clothing closet provides for community

Eliah Fink November 29, 2022

As the weather is getting colder, some students may be in need of extra layers. Park’s solution to this problem: the clothing closet in room B226. Park’s clothing closet is a resource where students...

Parkway holds trivia at 7pm on Monday, April 4th. Members of the community gather to enjoy pizza and trivia.

Trivia nights brighten Mondays

Alicia Mainjeni April 11, 2022

Parkway Pizza finds ways to build community and carries out great service through Monday trivia nights.  Parkway Pizza holds trivia every Monday 7 p.m. trivia at Parkway Pizza is not your typical trivia...

Wordle brings people together

Wordle brings people together

Danny Shope February 11, 2022

What’s so special about a tangy solar robot tiger? It’s made completely out of Wordles, or rather, each of those words have been answers to the popular word game Wordle within the last month.  For...

Juniors Gwen Rockler-Gladen and Abby Baudhuin, freshman Isaiah Brown and senior
 Louise Marshall act on stage Jan. 16. “These Shining Lives” opened Jan. 14 and closed Jan. 16.

Theater closes ‘These Shining Lives’

Adam Gips and Danny Shope January 19, 2022

After the theater program finished its last show Jan. 16, senior and Thespian vice president Caroline Butler said “These Shining Lives” was an exhilarating act to perform. “We got nothing but...

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