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

English teacher Chris Nordmark takes attendance Jan. 5. Attendance in classes decreases rapidly due to COVID-19 and lack of motivation.

Empty desks, empty minds

Sophia Curran-Moore January 8, 2022

According to sophomore Madeline Anklam, the abundance of student absences is impossible to ignore. She said student absences result in less enthusiasm and participation in classes. “I’m missing...

Senior Paris Lim walks down the hall with a pass Nov. 3. The Echo Editorial Board believes administration should collaborate with students to develop a new policy so they can work in the hallway as needed.

Staff Editorial: Hallway policy deemed unpopular due to new restrictions

November 15, 2021

To encourage students to attend class, administration has created a policy that prohibits students from being in the hallway without a pass during class time. Students cannot work in the hallway during...

Junior Rodo Abdullah looks at the parking pass guidelines online. This is the first semester Park has sold parking permits online.

Parking passes for second semester move to online sales

Kate Schneider January 10, 2020

When purchasing her parking permit this fall, junior Greta Kulevsky said she felt inconvenienced by the line. However, she looks forward to the possible benefits of online sales. “I had to get up really...

Photo Illustration by Brooklyn Donalson

Drivers irritated by lack of space

Lukas Levin November 16, 2017

As parking lot monitor Mary Quinn makes her rounds through the gravel-paved field of cars, she notices the inequalities many student drivers face when trying to park. “If (students) pay for a permit...

Administration extends no-pass policy

Administration extends no-pass policy

Annabella Strathman January 30, 2017

Administration extended its no-pass policy another week, after its introduction at the beginning of second semester, according to assistant principal Kari Schwietering. Schwietering said the policy...

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