Since Westwood Middle School eighth grader Emma Potratz was in third grade, she’s enjoyed not only watching but playing football. Emma has played running back and defensive end but she most enjoys playing linebacker.
Work continued this summer to design more innovative learning spaces throughout Spring Lake Park Schools during an Innovation Day with Wold Architects in August. Staff from all district schools were brought together to think differently about spaces in their building and how they can better meet the needs of each student.
The Spring Lake Park School Board held a work session on Tuesday, September 27.
Starting this fall, sixth graders will be the first students to have AVID strategies embedded across all core courses. Students in grades 7-10 have the opportunity to take AVID as an elective course.
The inaugural battle for the Central Ave Cup, sponsored by the Blaine Soccer Club, will take place on Thursday, October 6 at Panther Stadium. The varsity girls’ soccer team from Spring Lake Park-St. Anthony Village will compete against their neighbors to the north, Blaine.
Spring Lake Park Schools uses a variety of methods to communicate with our families concerning your child’s education and in the event of an emergency or school closing. With the start of another school year, it is important for all parents and guardians to update student and family contact information in the Infinite Campus Parent Portal system.
As first grader Dylan Johnson sat in his desk on the first day of school, he noticed a note from a familiar person. His kindergarten teacher, Ms. Aschenbeck had delivered him and all of his other classmates from last school year personalized messages wishing them good luck in first grade.