Elise Wilke-Grimm News/Opinion Editor Tim Velten, who was promoted to the Varsity soccer head coach after assistant coaching for Tim Cashel for five years, saw his players win their first game of the season 4-1 against Glendale at SLUH Field… Read More ›
Contributing writer Ava Musgraves shares this week’s headlines: today in history, ACT test, Camp Wyman, class rings and graduation supplies, and upcoming sports events.
This week’s ECHO Podcast is introduced by feature/entertainment editor Emily Stisser, outro’d by print editor Lindsey Bennett, and was edited by podcast editor Maeve Taylor. Over the summer, journalism camp students learned about the use of audio and podcasting as a news medium through… Read More ›
Social media manager Zeke La Mantia and junior editor Jaden Fields share a special report from the Festival of Nations and this week’s headlines: today in history, summer reading books, Camp Wyman and upcoming sports events.
Junior Julian Tilford challenges a Glendale player for the ball in men’s soccer’s first game of the year at SLUH field on Saturday, Aug. 31. This was the team’s first game with new head coach Tim Velton following the retirement of former head coach Tim Cashel. Webster defeated Glendale 4-1. Photos by Jaden Fields
Social Studies teacher, Joshua Luparell started this fall as a history teacher at Webster Groves High School. Born and raised in Springfield, MO, Luparell has had a love of learning and teaching since he was in high school.
Contributing writer Ava Musgraves shares this week’s headlines: today in history, no school on Friday or Monday, hoodies, Camp Wyman, Shepard’s Center volunteers, makeup photos and upcoming sports events. Support Our Sponsors
Junior Sawyer Stein, baritone player for the marching band, practices for Webster Groves’ first football game to be played on Sept. 6. “I love it. It is hard but worth it,” Sawyer said. Photo by Sophia DeWald
Junior editor Jaden Fields shares this week’s headlines: sports jamborees, Camp Wyman, and more.
Junior Amelia Griesedieck rocks Elton John sunglasses during the Selma Street Dance where the theme was “throwback attire” Friday, Aug. 16. This was the first dance of the school year.
Senior Emma Sellers poses with a cow at Gentle Barn Sanctuary.
Senior Emma Sellers has a love for science and environmental issues. She will take her passion to the University of Denver next year where she will study environmental chemistry and German.
Starting this year, Webster will implement late start days. On a typical school day, classes start at 7:55 a.m., but with the new procedure they will start at 8:57 a.m on some Mondays.
Junior editor Jaden Fields shares this week’s headlines: activities fair, pep rally, Selma Street Dance, Camp Wyman, a cappella auditions, step team and student sports passes.
Webster-Kirkwood Times Editor Don Corrigan came to talk to the ECHO Journalism camp about squirrels. He talked on the prominence of squirrels in the media, stating that he thinks that it is saturated with squirrels, as is the thesis of “Nuts About Squirrels.”
Parents Club and SSD have collaborated to create the Spirit Store & Coffee Shop.
Once located near the Junior Entrance, the early morning pit stop has moved to the Drama Hallway.
It’s open 7:30-7:55 a.m. Tuesday-Friday and 9-10 a.m. on Mondays.
Junior journalists talk to Parents Club member Becky Hauser about the shop during the Echo’s journalism camp.
Friends seniors Trace Boglino, William Colton, Serdel Dela Cruz, T.J. Disbennett, T.Y. Disbennett, Finn Frese, Frankie Kelty, Grant Lehmann, Thomas Okamoto, Daniel Placke, Matthew Smegner, Briton Toth and Zach Mason make up the “Shrewcrew,” one of the largest friend groups at WGHS.