Reel Film Club has been working on its own films since the beginning of the year. The result: a festival featuring student made films. Continue reading Festival shows off student-made films
Senior prom was held at the Planetarium on April 15, from 7:30 to 10 p.m., after a delay due to severe weather. The event was open to seniors and their guests. Continue reading Prom expectations vs reality: students discuss
Podcast editor Sam Klein talks to students about their Spring Break plans. Continue reading Voices of Webster: Students share Spring Break plans
“Traveling changed my view on life,” English teacher Jenny Michael said.
During her time in high school, Michael was given the opportunity to travel abroad for three weeks without her parents. She went to Spain, Portugal, Switzerland and England. She explained how important it was that her parents allowed her to go. Continue reading New English teacher brings travels to classroom
This week’s ECHO Podcast is introduced, outro’d and edited by podcast editor Sam Klein. Continue reading Voices of Webster: Students adjust to new school year
Mens golf won Class 4 at State this year finishing with 639 points and beating out seven different teams on May 5.
The students who participated were seniors Max Boland, Ben Allison, Dean Schwager and Dane Houseman. Continue reading News Brief: Men’s golf team wins State
Editor-in-chief Jackson Parks shares this week’s headlines: Special Olympics, spring play, Top Hat Awards, men’s golf, men’s baseball, men’s volleyball, men’s tennis, women’s lacrosse, track and women’s soccer. Continue reading Echo News Roundup: April 11, 2022
Echo publications and yearbook students attended the MIPA-MJEA J-Day at Mizzou on March 30. Continue reading WG Echo newspaper, yearbook awarded at MIPA-MJEA J-Day
At its Feb. 24, meeting, the Webster Groves School District passed a new mask policy, moving from masks required to masks recommended for K-12 starting March 7. Continue reading School board approves changes to mask policy
Webster Groves High School is on lockout Thursday, Dec. 2, due to an anonymous text message received by an administrator in regards to a threat posted on Snapchat.
The credibility of the threat is unclear according to an email sent to students from principal Matt Irvin.
Continue reading Breaking News: Webster Groves High School on lockout
Freshman Madeline Gibson and senior Aidan Owens demonstrate practical and impractical ways to survive the zombie apocalypse in the WG Drama’s performance of “10 Ways to Survive the Zombie Apocalypse” in the Knight Auditorium, Thursday, Oct. 28, through to Saturday, Oct. 30. Photo by Izzy Poole Continue reading Photo of the Week: Thespians teach survival skills
“Gossip Girl” is back for the first time since its series finale in 2012. Switching from the CW to an HBO Max exclusive, it now has a new home. The reboot features an entirely new cast of characters in addition to a twist on the original’s plotline. Continue reading Gossip Girl returns to screen with new characters
Print editor Ava Musgraves shares this week’s headlines: Parent Club’s Spot in the Lot raffle, Statesbots’ meetings, the International Club ice cream social, Interact Club, and Varsity football’s first home game. Continue reading Echo News Roundup: Sept. 7, 2021
About 100 students of all genders demonstrated outside Roberts Gym on Aug. 27, to show support for the movement by all wearing cropped shirts that showed their “Midriff.” Not all students who participated found themselves dress-coded, only a select few, pointing out the inconsistencies of the policy. Continue reading Students demonstrate for dress code changes
Missouri Interscholastic Press Association held its 52nd annual J-Day March 31, virtually using Whova and Zoom apps. Continue reading Yearbook, publications earn MIPA honors
To prepare for inclement weather, the Webster Groves School District published a delayed start schedule decreasing all classes to 38 minutes long. Continue reading News Brief: School announces plan for delayed start schedule in case of inclement weather