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Homecoming hosted inside without regard for ears and temperature

Homecoming hosted inside without regard for ears and temperature

Serena Bovee October 19, 2022

The homecoming dance was held Oct. 8. This year, the dance was inside this year to keep students safe from the cold. Last year, the dance was outside on the football field. While there are strengths to...

Homecoming thrives in the fieldhouse

Homecoming thrives in the fieldhouse

Roberto Alvarez October 18, 2022

Last weekend, Park had its annual homecoming dance. The location changed from last year’s, as it was held in the fieldhouse instead of on the field outside.  I went to both this year’s and last year’s...

Homecoming 22’ brings smiles

Homecoming 22’ brings smiles

Crystal Diaz October 17, 2022

The honeymoon phase during the first month of school reunites students after a long summer. One of my favorite parts of the honeymoon phase is homecoming week.  The dresscodes leading up to homecoming...

The Orioles geared up for a battle against the Stars Oct 7th. Park kept their spirits high as the community came together for the homecoming game.

Homecoming hopes flattened

Anya Panday, Alicia Mainjeni, and Sarah Peterson October 9, 2022

The Orioles fled the field Oct. 7 after a 34-8 loss against the Holy Angels Stars. After an unsuccessful start, the Orioles were finally able to score with less than 2 minutes left in the fourth quarter.  Josh...

Sophomore Ray Turner participates in school spirit week Oct. 4. The dresscode was anything but a backpack.

Homecoming week excites students

Cole Denham October 6, 2022

As the school year ramps up, the student council has planned a week full of activities for students as well as staff. The week is full of dress codes students can participate in and events during and after...

Senior Jimmy Hager runs past the Red Knights defensive line Sept. 24. Hagers touchdown was the start of Park’s comeback to take down the Knights 33-28.

Lassoing in the win

Anya Panday, Alicia Mainjeni, and Sarah Peterson September 25, 2022

A sigh of relief echoed through the stadium Sept. 24 as the Orioles took back the lead from Benilde after trailing behind 28-13 in the fourth quarter.  For the larger part of the game, the Red Knights...

Junior Miles Rider and freshman Max Rider rush to the finish line Sept. 24. Pairs of siblings competed in a relay race.

Homecoming pep fest 2021

Andrea Melear September 24, 2021

As the stands filled up with students and staff, illuminating Park Pride, the pep fest for Homecoming took place at the stadium Sept. 24. The pep fest consisted of different activities, including a...

Seniors participate in jersey dress code to support the Park football team. Students are encouraged to wear orange to show Park pride at the homecoming game Sept. 24.

Homecoming week begins

Jacob Khabie September 19, 2021

As Park brings in the new school year, the Student Council has prepared for homecoming week, starting Sept. 20. With a schedule strategically planned around the Jewish holiday of Sukkot, the Student Council...

Freshman Vesna Dennison strikes the ball Sept. 10. Homecoming coronation will take play between the girls and boys soccer game at the stadium Sept. 29.

Homecoming schedule 2020

Molly Schochet September 28, 2020

Even though COVID-19 has canceled many events over the past few months, student council has created a modified homecoming week. All in-person events require masks and all submissions for the virtual talent...

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