The Echo

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

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.

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, including one confirmed in St. Louis Park.  Students and staff alike have been anxious to hear P...

Park to host blood drive March 4

Junior Lydia Hammond gets her blood type taken during third lunch Feb. 28. Memorial Blood Drive will be hosting a blood drive hours 1-6 March 4 at Park.

Talia Lissauer and Marta Hill

February 28, 2020

In preparation for the blood drive March 4, Alicia Northenscold, an account manager for Memorial Blood Drive, said the informational table in the Cafeteria Feb. 28 was intended to increase awareness for the upcoming blood drive.  “We are here today because we are starting the sign up for next week's blo...

Park holds informational sessions, tours

Freshman counselor Barb Nelson emails prospective families about informational sessions at Park. The first informational session will be Nov. 26 in room C350.

Molly Schochet and Isra Mohamed

November 2, 2019

Informational sessions and tours are important for those who are looking to attend Park in the future said ninth grade Counselor Barb Nelson.  “Every year there is so much interest from people coming from the outside. Whether they’re coming from private schools and live in (district) or public s...

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