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Junior Nora Lindermen finishes strong at conference championships on Oct. 17th. This was Parks last meet before sections.

Park’s cross country season comes to an end

Jamar Hester Jr and Davieon Williams-Charles October 20, 2023

As the season comes to an end for Parks cross country, Park’s girls team had their last regular meet of the season Oct. 17 at Hyland Green Golf Course, where they placed fourth out of eight this meet.  Head...

Senior Addison Chenvert celebrates with her team during their last regular season game Oct. 17. Park suffered a 1-3 loss to Chaska.

Girls volleyball falls short against Chaska

Jamar Hester Jr and Tyler Eoff October 19, 2023

Park’s girls volleyball team lost a close game against Chaska on senior night Oct. 17. They had hoped to end the regular season on a high note leading into sections but came up short 3-1. According...

People surround the Operation Battle Cries table Sept. 30. Shout Out Loud held a suicide prevention interactive event.

Shout out loud spreads awareness

Caedon Exsted October 3, 2023

With September wrapping up, Suicide Prevention month is also coming to an end. On Sept. 30, Shout Out Loud held their fourth annual Suicide Prevention awareness event at the Park ROC. Organizer of the...

Christoph Nordmark teaches IB-English class after having COVID Sept. 21. COVID has been spreading quickly throughout the Park facility.

COVID-19 strikes again

Caedon Exsted September 26, 2023

With the beginning of school starting back up, so is something else — COVID-19. With only two weeks of school done, teachers and students are already feeling the effects of COVID-19.  Junior Henry...

Alison Garland serves to her opponent on Sept. 14. Garland forfeited the match due to injury.

Girls’ tennis continues to struggle

Tyler Eoff and Jamar Hester Jr September 15, 2023

Following a series of losses in the early stages of the season, Park's Girls tennis team hoped to pull out a win Sept. 14. Girls’ tennis faced off against Roosevelt in a back and forth match ending in...

June starts beginning of pride month

June starts beginning of pride month

Caedon Exsted June 5, 2023

June is Pride month, a time when the LGBTQ+ community and its allies come together to celebrate love, diversity and equality. Pride month is an opportunity to raise awareness about the struggles and challenges...

Decoration for graduation

Decoration for graduation

Caedon Exsted June 5, 2023

Graduating from high school is an exciting and significant milestone for many students. It marks the end of one chapter and the beginning of another. It's a time of celebration and reflection. One way...

Park senior makes appearance on ‘Share the Mic’

Park senior makes appearance on ‘Share the Mic’

Caedon Exsted June 2, 2023

How did it feel doing the podcast? “I was really excited for it. I thought it would be a great opportunity. When I got there it was very natural. I'm already pretty good at speaking so I didn't feel...

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...

Sophomore Issabella Zapata-Nelson pets a therapy dog at an event May 22. Natural Helpers held a therapy dog event for students at Park.

Two paws up for therapy dogs

Caedon Exsted May 24, 2023

With the end of school nearing and finals piling up, stress is on the minds of many students, according to senior Sophia Earle. To help reduce stress levels, Natural Helpers held a therapy dog event on...

The student parking lot at Park is in disarray due to excessive snowfall and ice on March 20. Students are having a difficult time entering and exiting the parking lot.

Slippery slope for parking

Jamar Hester Jr and Cole Denham March 27, 2023

Due to recent winter storms, many students said they reported issues with parking. As the lot has been filling up quicker, they said they resorted to parking on the streets. Sophomore Ryan Moran said that...

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....

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