Jackson Parks — Editor-in-Chief

Jackson Parks
Editor-in-Chief

Bio
This will be Jackson Parks’ second year on ECHO staff. He made several contributions while taking journalism class his sophomore year. For his first year on staff, he was Junior Editor.

Awards

MIPA All Missouri Award — 2020 — Radio/Podcast Newscast/News Feature about Thanksgiving traditions

MIPA Superior — 2021 — Blog Entry about Movie Theaters during Covid-19

Quill and Scroll 2021

Works

Echo News Roundup: May 9, 2022

Echo News Roundup: April 11, 2022

News Brief: Webster Groves elects new mayor, school board members

Review: Charli XCX CRASHES charts with new album

Students notice lack of support in women’s sports

Head football coach position open once again

Review: ‘Euphoria’ season 2 lacks eye glitter

Editor-in-Chief responds to ‘Ins and Outs’ Letter to the Editor

Editors determine what’s ‘in’ and ‘out’

Parks’ Perspective: Is ‘Scream’ ‘favorite scary movie’-worthy?

Teacher gives insight on mental health-focused class

Academic burnout plagues students

Review: ‘Riverdale’ returns with 5-episode special event and new name

News Brief: New interim lunch added to prevent rising COVID cases

News Brief: Grant’s Farm hosts Holiday Lights Drive-Thru Experience

Men’s diving star reflects on major win

Op-ed: English teacher unfairly suspended

Review: Lana Del Rey adds to her blue-ccentric discography with ‘Blue Banisters’

Field hockey teams reflects on end of season

News Brief: Matt Buha resigns as WGHS head football coach

Editors brave Creepyworld’s haunted attractions

Hello, YOU: ‘You’ season three review

7 Years Ahead: Is ‘Riverdale’ still ‘the town with pep?’

Creative writing branches out at WGHS

High schools make history with separate dances

Gossip Girl returns to screen with new characters

Students demonstrate for dress code changes

Anticipations raise spirits for staff, students

WGHS shares traditions, plans for winter break

Teachers share Thanksgiving traditions, plans with Covid-19 in mind

Parks Perspective: ‘Hubie Halloween’ does not inspire

Students share ways to de-stress in quarantine

Voices of Webster: February 28, 2020

Students, staff share favorite presidents

Voices of Webster: November 22, 2019

Community shares its Thanksgiving traditions

Rock Hill celebrates autumn with festival, parade

Op-ed: Teachers share opinions on All Write being shortened