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Freshman Ami Davis works on a project in AP Environmental Science May 18. Teachers continue to assign work after their classs AP tests have taken place.

AP test and rest

Leo Justesen May 18, 2023

Now that Advanced Placement tests are just about over, several students have been asking: what comes next?  Junior Patrick Meyer said he is excited for the school year to be over, but he is still focused...

Alasia Thammavongsa creates a crocheting Instagram

Alasia Thammavongsa creates a crocheting Instagram

Jesse Belen April 16, 2023

When did you start crocheting?  I started crocheting recently, I would say mid-last year or towards the end of last year. I’m just now starting to make more projects so I can start selling them.  Why...

Freshman Jordyn McLemore salutes the judge after landing her vault Jan 10. This was Park gymnastics first home meet of the season.

Suffering meets and defeats

Cece Jensen and Char Priadka January 11, 2023

The Park gymnastics team took on Chaska/Chanhassen in their home opener meet Jan. 10.  According to head coach Dawn Thielen, the team had a few setbacks due to poor weather the past week so they used...

Senior leaders Issac Israel, Amira Abdirahman and Sebastian Tangleson speak to club members Dec. 7. Youth in Government is preparing for a conference at the Minnesota capitol Jan. 5.

New youth and government club takes on the year

Jesse Belen January 5, 2023

Youth and government is a club that simulates different government actions — such as mock legislatures and mock trials. Each meeting prepares the club members for a conference Jan. 5-8 where students...

Senior Cole Nowak fights off Hawks for senior Stefano Giovannelli to throw the ball Oct. 19. Park lost to Chaska 42-6.

Senior night shines bright

Anya Panday, Alicia Mainjeni, and Sarah Peterson October 20, 2022

Park stadium was decked out with banners, senior portraits and supportive fans Oct. 19. The Orioles’ final game of the regular season against Chaska was also their senior night — a night to recognize...

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...

Park students cheer after a big stop on defense during the football game against Two Rivers Sept. 16. Seniors attempted to lead the student section in an effort to try and awaken a sleeping Park football team.

Get loud or get out

Anya Panday September 23, 2022

The student section at high school sports games is a phenomenon. Every year, a group of seniors leads Park's student section, encouraging them to chant and organizing cheers to support our players. This...

Benen Cotter swims the 100-Butterfly during senior night. The meet was their last home meet before sections.

Senior swimmers recognized at senior night

After a hard-fought senior night win for Park Feb. 8, senior Hiro McKee said he was thrilled with how the meet went and is looking forward to sections. “The meet went great. Everyone had high...

Mask mandate is a breath of fresh air

Mask mandate is a breath of fresh air

Sophia Curran-Moore February 8, 2022

Now that I’ve been living in a pandemic for almost two years, wearing my mask feels as normal as wearing any other article of clothing. Bringing my mask with me feels as natural and necessary as bringing...

Juniors Isaac Israel, Sebastian Tangelson and Denly Lindeman collaborate during a Math Meet Jan. 24. Meets are split up into individual and team portions.

Math team calculates improvement

Sophia Curran-Moore January 27, 2022

As the members of math team counted the minutes until the start of the mathematics competition, senior Faduma Mohamed said she hoped the team’s hard work would pay off. “We do practices and team...

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