Business manager Ashli Wagner and contributing writer Page Kimzey report this week’s headlines: Charges filed against driver involved in New Year’s Eve car crash and All Write activities begin.
Entertainment columnist Abby Botan and contributing writer Caleb Bolin introduce new teachers in this school year’s first ECHO Newscast.
Journalism students Perrin Habecker and Taylor Siddell share this week’s news: advice about finals and women’s soccer.
Journalism students Walker Montague and Ashli Wagner share this week’s news about senior awards night and women’s soccer.
Woods and construction students share the benefits of taking this course with video editor Bret Waelterman.
Junior editor Jack Killeen and feature editor Willie Zempel bring this week’s headlines: Broadway Revue, video game club elections and the social studies shoe project.
Video/photo editor Bret Waelterman and sports columnist Bennett Durando bring this week’s headlines: retirements, women’s soccer and Broadway Revue.
Business manager Alex Ring and circulation manager De’Andre Scott bring the headlines in this week’s newscast. Also entertainment editor Irene Ryan and web editor Phoebe Mussman interview students about Activities Day. It’s a little longer this time because of video… Read More ›
Editor-in-chief Aerin Johnson, video editor Bret Waelterman and feature editor Willie Zempel bring this week’s headlines: sports awards and prom.
Opinion editor Andy Kimball and sports editor Cal Lanouette bring this week’s headlines: “Women’s History Month Showcase,” math teacher Justin Mathes, Sponsors of School Publications and summer school.
Graphics and video editor Bret Waelterman and public relations officer Brittany Patton bring this week’s headlines: sports, All Write Week and summer school registration.
Editor-in-chief Aerin Johnson and web editor Phoebe Mussman bring this weeks headlines: senior packets, Emma Casey, DECA and Writers Week.
Contributing writers Ashli Wagner and Caroline Fellows explore the world of the high school’s pre-school center.
Contributing writer Riley Mullgardt goes behind the scenes of Kipp’s Candies as holiday shoppers seek gifts for Valentine’s Day. See also Students discuss Valentine’s Day stereotypes. See also World-wide customs for Valentine’s Day vary. See also Column: Let’s get sweet…: Columnist… Read More ›
Video/graphics editor Bret Waelterman and circulation manager De’Andre Scott bring this week’s headlines: Coach Jay Blossom sets record, coffee shop opens on campus, toys sold to raise money for local shelters and introducing the newest permanent sub, Bri Kuss.
Junior editor Jack Killeen and feature editor Willie Zempel bring this week’s headlines and the first food challenge of the year. Stories include signing day, the All-Write writing competition and a fundraiser for local animal shelters.
Three students share their learning experiences in Simplified Auto Maintenance, a class open to all-four grades. It is a pre-requisite for Advance Auto Maintenance. Produced by Bret Waelterman
Business manager Alex Ring and sports columnist Bennett Durando bring this weeks headlines: Winter Homecoming Dance Royal Court, alumni band concert, choir concert, Chelsea Experiential Learning Center opportunities, Rachel Sondag’s basketball milestone and men’s basketball.
Editor in chief Aerin Johnson and graphics/video editor Bret Waelterman share this week’s headlines: men’s basketball, Winter Homecoming and the State Thespian Conference.
Each year, veterans are honored at Webster Groves High School and invited to share their experiences with social studies students. Social studies teachers Terry Verstraete and Betty Roberts with alumni relations coordinator Pat Voss organized the events.
Webster Groves and Kirkwood High Schools have the longest lasting football rivalry west of the Mississippi. Since the 1990s part of that rivalry has been Spirit Week. Here are scenes from Webster’s Spirit Week.
Video editor Bret Waelterman and sports editor Cal Lanouette share the week’s headlines about the soccer State championship, fall sports awards, the current play “10 Ways to Survive the Zombie Apocalypse,” and next week’s ChiliFest and community pep rally.
Editor-in-chief Aerin Johnson and public relations Brittany Patton report this week about the fall play, Amendment 3, and Veterans’ Day.
Graphics editor Bret Waelterman and opinion editor Andy Kimball bring this week’s headlines about the Soccer Hall of Fame, football, Community Open House and men’s soccer.
Web editor Bret Waelterman and circulation manager De’Andre Scott share information about Friendship Dance, Veteran’s Day, drama’s production of “10 Ways to Survive the Zombie Apocalypse” and “Turkey Day.”
Junior editor Jack Killeen and feature editor Willie Zempel share images of Camp Wyman and Run4Webster as well as information about Reflections magazine’s writing challenge.
Editor-in-chief Aerin Johnson and business manager Alex Ring share this week’s news about Run4Webster, the fall play Neil Simon’s “Rumors” and Coming Out Day. Also a club profile of Gay-Straight Alliance is presented.