Oct 11

Homecoming Week Comes To A Close With Dance

Spirit week. Pep rally. Soccer game. Parade. Football game.  All of this leads up to the big night: the Homecoming Dance. The dance took place Saturday, Oct. 7 from 8 p.m. to 11 p.m. in North’s upper gym. The dance this year was a little different because this year, students chose a homecoming court, opposed …

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Oct 04

Sophomore Reina McMillan Helps Girls Cross Country Head towards State

Sophomore Reina McMillan is helping the Girls Cross Country team head towards State with impressive times in the the 5K event even though the 800 meter is her favorite. “The mid-distance, the 800 meter, is my favorite because that’s what I won in,” said R. McMillan. On Aug. 4, 2017, R. McMillan won a Junior …

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Oct 02

The Vikings Will Host Webster Groves for Homecoming Game, Senior Day

Parkway North has some rich traditions: one is the homecoming football game. Every year, students, parents, and alum come together to watch the game and cheer on the Vikings. This year, on Oct. 7, the Vikings will be taking on Webster Groves for the homecoming game. “It will be a tough game. Webster has had a …

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Sep 28

Junior Nando Zothke Shares His Experiences of Being a Foreign Exchange Student

                                  “I came to St. Louis so that I could get to know a new culture and way of living,” said junior Nando Zothke, who is from Wolfsburg, Germany. Moving to unfamiliar places is always an intriguing experience for …

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Sep 28

Male Cheerleader Allows PNH Cheerleading To Try New Ideas

Parkway North’s cheerleading team is made up of 27 cheerleaders including 16 on varsity and 11 on junior varsity. Out of those 27, only one of them is male. For the first time in years, the North cheerleading team welcomes a new male member, sophomore Daniel Hasler. While Hasler is a new face to North’s …

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Sep 26

Freshmen Reflect on First Six Weeks of High School

As the first 6 weeks of high school come to an end, the freshman class of 2021 has had to adjust from middle school to high school. These adjustments include more work, A days and B days, academic lab, the size of the school, and the different lunch periods. There’s more class work, along with …

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Sep 22

Parkway High Schools Participate in Hurricane Relief

Over the month of September, hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and now Maria, struck the United States, killing over a hundred people and causing billions of dollars in damage across multiple states. Even though these disasters may be happening thousands of miles away, they still have a local impact. Dan Finkelstein, a graduate of ‘93 from North …

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Sep 20

Parkway District Moves Graduation Dates to Accommodate All Families

Click on this video to see Fox News’ full coverage of the story.   On Sept. 13, the Parkway School Board voted to move both North and Central’s graduation date to Tuesday, May 15 and Thursday, May 17, respectively, as to not interfere with Sabbath on a Saturday night. Originally, some people in the Jewish …

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Sep 20

Plans For Ice Rink In Creve Coeur Memorial Lake Park Stirs Controversey

  Ice rinks have always been an important part of the St. Louis community. From people gathering to support the Blues hockey team to figure skating at Forest Park, the citizens of St. Louis love the ice. Now, St. Louis residents will have to decide if they want an ice rink in Creve Couer Park. …

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Sep 08

Northeast Middle Presents Single-Gender Class Option for Sixth Graders

As of the 2017-18 school year, parents of sixth graders at Parkway Northeast Middle School were given the option to place their child into new single-gender classes, which were being introduced in the math and science departments. Northeast e-mailed information to parents about the opportunity, stating “Research has shown that during adolescence, girls and boys …

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