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

Hallway resets instituted again at Park.

Hallway resets instituted again at Park.

Sergei Bovee December 7, 2022

According to  the 6425 news and the park connection slides hallway resets are going to be starting up again at Park., attempting to curtail tardies and absences from classes. Park has put this into effect...

Superintendent Astein Osei hosts the podcast Share the Mic Oct. 31. Osei is currently running the podcast, which is available to all students and staff.

Superintendent Astein Osei starts new podcast

Roberto Alvarez December 6, 2022

What was the purpose of this podcast? The really cool thing that he did was interview students to be able to get information from people who know what's going on in this school and be able to get an...

You take my breath away

You take my breath away

Anya Panday September 27, 2022

It’s no secret that teenagers around America have a vaping problem. Some may say it’s become somewhat of an epidemic. Teens around the country are slowly getting addicted to vaping, and it’s not...

Photo Illustration by Henry Harper. Senior Evan Donesky scrolls his phone distracted from academic tasks April 18. After a lack of effort and discipline, students struggle to stay focused and excel academically.

Habitual Failure

Henry Harper April 19, 2022

The definition of habit is a regular practice that is hard to give up. For Park students, these habits are coming through in incomplete assignments, skipping class and overall underperformance. According...

Senior Oliver Smith and chemistry teacher Alexander Polk dive for the ball March 24.  Staff won the game 25-22.

Teachers victorious in basketball game

Tenzin Gyaldatsang and Ayelet Prottas April 7, 2022

Capping off Student Council’s 2022 spring spirit week, the student-teacher basketball game was held March 24 during Park Connections. The game marked the first student-teacher basketball game since...

Natural Helpers members review the club’s plan for its upcoming Change to Chill week. Activities for the week will take place in the cafeteria Jan. 24 – 27.

Natural Helpers plans Change to Chill week

Adam Gips and Aidan Shafton January 26, 2022

After only having a virtual Change to Chill week last year, Natural Helpers adviser Kerstin Merrill said this year the club is attempting to revitalize Park. “Change to Chill week is a time for the...

Parking pass prices should be lowered

Parking pass prices should be lowered

Lily Nugteren October 27, 2021

If you drive to school every day, buying a parking pass is mandatory to be able to park anywhere near the building, and those who do not have a pass will be towed. However, seeing as students are legally...

Park went into lockout after student incident took place outside of the school building Oct. 19. Local police continue the investigation

Altercation sends Park into lockout

Andrea Melear and Jacob Khabie October 19, 2021

Park was sent into lockout towards the end of the day Oct. 19 after law enforcement was called due to an altercation involving two students outside of the school building. In a message sent out to Park...

Athletes mental health is as important as physical health

Athletes’ mental health is as important as physical health

Jordyn Deschamps September 6, 2021

While athletes are strengthening their muscles and preparing for the season, it is also important they nourish their minds as well — mental health should be athletes’ number one priority Mental...

Student browses a website for locating COVID-19 vaccines. There are many online resources that assist with finding and making a vaccine appointment.

Club helps students get COVID-19 vaccine

Sophia Curran-Moore June 1, 2021

Finding a COVID-19 vaccine can feel like navigating a maze of websites and waitlists, especially for those under 18, who are only approved for Pfizer. Junior Semona Robel said she advises people searching...

District should continue providing Chromebooks

District should continue providing Chromebooks

Danny Shope May 20, 2021

The pandemic has wreaked havoc on every aspect of our lives, including working, shopping and having fun. Education has also changed immensely — with students going to school from home, the district has...

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