Contributing writer Maren DeMargel shares images of Old Webster as businesses and customers adapt to the restrictions brought on by Covid-19.
Contributing writer Joe Harned introduces listeners to new assistant varsity coach and assistant activities director Munir Prince.
Quentin Alimayu is a new social studies teacher this year, but it is not his first time working in the building.
Alimayu completed his student teaching at Webster Groves High School in 2013. He wanted to return to Webster because “people are genuine here.”
Alimayu wants to contribute to this genuine environment. “I like to create an atmosphere of positivity, but I also understand that you can’t make everyone happy,” Alimayu said.
After a delay due to Covid-19 concerns, Webster Groves High School’s graduation took place at Moss Field on June 26.
Video editor Ethan Weihl remotely shares this week’s headlines: Senior Checkout Week and the new football coach. Also he shares his appreciation of teachers.
Video editor Ethan Weihl remotely shares this week’s headlines: Teacher Appreciation Week and Senior Awards Night.
Video editor Ethan Weihl remotely shares this week’s headlines: Parents Club Senior Parade, commencement speaker and name readers, and tomorrow’s Jim Schoemehl Virtual Run.
Video editor Ethan Weihl remotely shares this week’s headlines: prom and graduation, new assistant principal and the Dottie Delassus Award.
Video editor Ethan Weihl remotely shares this week’s headlines: school buildings closed for rest of school year.
Video editor Ethan Weihl remotely shares this week’s headlines: school closing, spring cancellations and postponements, Top Hats and Senior Awards virtual assemblies and Student Council elections.
Authors and poets shared insights, and musicians and dramatists performed at the All Write Festival March 4-6.
The first day was interrupted by a school evacuation and early dismissal.
Members of spring sports teams, groups and activities were recognized at the seventh period Spring Activities Assembly March 12, in Roberts Gym.
Photos by Jaden Fields and Maeve Taylor
Editor-in-chief Elise Keller shares this week’s headlines: spring break and student council elections, and contributing writer Addie Palmquist reports on students’ spring break plans.
Junior editor Jaden Fields shares an opinion on cancel culture.
Ava Musgraves Contributing Writer As the second half of the school year comes to a close, the anticipation for one iconic event increases: Prom. Today there are plenty of stores that sell prom dresses at different prices and qualities. It… Read More ›
Business manager Zora Thomas shares this week’s headlines: drama department’s presentation of “Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged),” parent-teacher conferences, spring sports assembly, spring break and upcoming sports events.
Students were dismissed at about 10 a.m. from school after a first-hour evacuation of all students and staff yesterday morning. Classes resumed as normal today. According to a district email, everyone was safe, and first responders as well as Ameren… Read More ›
Willie’s Comic by Jaden Fields
Contributing writer Jackson Parks shares an opinion on next week’s All Write festival.
Contributing writer Ava Musgraves shares this week’s headlines about the drama department’s “Complete Works of William Shakespeare (Abridged),” the All-Write Festival and the opening of the spring sports season.
This is the sixth issue of the 105th year of the ECHO.
Contributing writers Lydia Urice and Cory DeWald report on the hazards of heavy backpacks.
Willie’s Comic by Jaden Fields
After winter break comes to an end, the cold, gloomy feelings of January and February settle in. Seemingly, the only thing to look forward to is just beyond these gray months– spring break.
Contributing writer Ava Musgraves shares an opinion on the introduction of oat milk at Starbucks.
Entertainment editor Emily Stisser shares information about next week’s ACTs and upcoming sports, and contributing writer Emily Goben shows STUCO’s behind-the-scenes preparations for the Winter Formal.
Winter Formal was Jan. 25. The theme for the dance was black and white.
Saturday, the day of the dance, the Student Council set up decorations in Roberts Gym, hallways and the Auxiliary Gym.
Regardless of his place in the political spectrum, only 44 individuals have served as President of the United States, and all are remembered on Presidents Day.
Video editor Ethan Weihl shares information about no school today or Monday, STUCO blood drive, Winter Band Concert and upcoming sports.
Video editor Ethan Weihl shares an opinion on the education of impeachment in school.
Junior editor Jaden Fields shares information about upcoming concerts and sporting events. Visit Our Sponsors
Social media/graphics editor Zeke La Mantia and contributing writer Ava Musgraves share information about Renaissance Award, a screening of “Angst: Raising Awareness Around Anxiety” and Statesmen sports.
This is the fifth issue of the 105th year of the ECHO.
Contributing writer Michael Blessing shares an opinion on high school hockey.
Contributing writer Lydia Urice shares her take on the schedule changes for next school year.
News/opinion editor Elise Wilke-Grimm reports on the Winter Formal.
News/opinion editor Elise Wilke-Grimm shares information about the Winter Sports Assembly, Winter Formal and Statesmen sports.
Contributing writer Emily Goben speaks about the importance of the women’s march.