Print editor Ava Musgraves shares this week’s headlines: schedule, Statesmen Sports Awards, the Jim Schoemehl Run, tennis team, baseball, women’s track, men’s track, men’s volleyball, women’s soccer, women’s lacrosse and the golf team.
This is the seventh issue of the 107th year of the ECHO.
Podcast editor Sam Klein talks to sophomore Olivia Reisz about why Victorian fashions should return.
Webster Chess Team placed second at the State championship during spring break. The tournament was at Battle High School in Columbia, Missouri on March 19. The tournament had 200 players, and five members from each team played four games.
Podcast editor Sam Klein talks to student athletes about how they balance their lives.
After school on Tuesday, April 26, the Environmental Club is going on an Earth Day walk to clean up trash around Webster. The route is two and a half miles and those who wish to participate should meet in room 380 right after school and bring their own plastic bags to carry trash.
April 22, 2022 will mark the 52nd anniversary of Earth Day across the United States. As a community, Webster Groves offers several opportunities to celebrate the holiday.
Willie’s Comic by Calvin Lescher
Spring end of course (EOC) testing will take place from April 18-22 and from April 25-29.
“Harvey” is the title of the spring play directed by drama teacher Todd Schaefer, running from April 13-16. This play is a comedy with serious topics and is also a Pulitzer winner.
Students are taking initiative to inform teachers and staff of the harmful impacts misgendering someone may have and why it’s important to respect that person’s pronouns.
Podcast editor Sam Klein talks to teachers about issues of mental health in the face of the two years of pandemic.
Echo publications and yearbook students attended the MIPA-MJEA J-Day at Mizzou on March 30.
This is the sixth issue of the 107th year of the ECHO.
It is very important in the school environment to keep everyone safe and be respectful and responsible when it comes to individual health and the health of the community. Students who feel uncomfortable without a mask should be able to easily continue wearing one and those who are comfortable taking them off should still be taking necessary precautions.
Graphic Created with Custom Wordle by Maren DeMargel
Wordle is everywhere. From social media to the dinner table, it’s almost impossible to avoid the word game. Even more impossible to avoid are the claims that it’s getting more difficult.