Kimmy Dang Contributing Writer Three students were awarded in the Scholastic Art and Writing Awards Competition on Jan. 28. Two were awarded the Gold Key and one an Honorable Mention. Sophomores Sadie Coalier and Nora Rohlfing were awarded the Gold… Read More ›
Editor-in-chief Jaden Fields shares this week’s headlines: EOC testing, cap and gown orders and Statesmen Service Awards.
Juniors have the opportunity to take the PSAT. It automatically qualifies students to be considered for the National Merit Scholarship Program. This year’s finalists are seniors Justin Baker, Fiona Smith and Caitlin Noel.
How will you spend Spring Break?
Willie’s Comic by Kelly Woodyard
Black History Month (BHM) is an important way to celebrate achievements of African Americans and recognizing their important roles throughout U.S. history.
This is the fourth issue of the 106th year of the ECHO.
Junior Evan Oliver donates blood for the annual STUCO blood drive in the secondary gym on Feb. 23. Photo by Calvin Lescher
Majoring in business administration and programming for companies like Boeing to develop a passion in teaching, English teacher Chloe Telle combines her past experience to her current role in Webster Groves High School.
Columnist Ava Musgraves makes 100-hour brownies and shares her observations.
Editor-in-chief Jaden Fields shares this week’s headlines: springs sports begin with meeting March 1, EXPLORE offers career opportunities for young people of color, and peer tutoring resumes in library.
Prior to coming to Webster Groves School District, Dr. Shane Williamson was the chief diversity officer at Lindenwood University. Now, she’s excited to try new things in a similar, brand new position at Webster.
While the status of prom remains in question, Parents Club plans to host the annual Senior Party at Brookdale Farms May 15, from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. so long as graduation occurs May 14.
With the impact of COVID, the women’s and men’s wrestling teams have been impacted. Video editor Calum Shank talks to Coach James LeMay about the adjustments the team has made due to COVID.
Average box-mix brownies take around an hour from when the package is opened to a fresh baked good.
Alvin Zhou’s, producer at Tasty New York, 100-hour brownies don’t follow this standard time period in any sense, as in total it takes over four days to complete.
Editor-in-chief Jaden Fields shares this week’s headlines: the student council’s blood drive, the experiential teaching program, men’s tennis organizational meeting and the Neighbors of Webster Groves internship opportunity.
The Missouri History Museum located in Forest Park has six current exhibits opened to the public. They are open from Wednesdays to Sundays at 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. More information is available at mohistory.org/museum. Photos by Kimmy Dang
With one of the largest rosters at Webster, the women’s swim team advances to Conference, in hopes to compete in the following State Championship. So far in the regular season, the team has a 5-6-0 team record.
Chocolate covered strawberries are popular near Valentine’s Day. Chocolate covered strawberries can be made at home, but several places around Webster do sell chocolate strawberries.
Social media editor Zeke La Mantia reports on the challenges that COVID has presented when celebrating Valentine’s Day and birthdays.
Editor-in-chief Jaden Fields shares this week’s headlines: change in hours required for Statesmen Service Awards, Valentine’s Day Tri-M singing grams and Interact Club’s collection of goods for the homeless or needy.
Valentine’s Day for many means 24 hours jammed full of affection from those closest to them, but this year, some distance is required.
Last year, COVID became serious to many March 13. Lots of schools like Webster dismissed for Spring break and then stayed closed to finish out the school term. Based on this timeline many people’s last holiday spent with friends and family before quarantine would’ve been Valentine’s Day.
Editor-in-chief Jaden Fields shares this week’s headlines: ACT testing, Tri-M singing grams and STUCO soda Crush grams.