The Panthers defeated Cooper 57-39 to stay undefeated in regular season and clinch the Suburban District Red Championship.
Parents are invited to take part in Spring Lake Park Schools PIQE program, Parent Academy. This six-week workshop will educate, empower and inspire parents of K-12 school age children to take an active role in encouraging and enabling their children.
Over the past few years, SLP Schools has studied the opportunity to offer embedded college at Spring Lake Park High School (SLPHS). This past year, the decision was made with an end goal of each student earning 12 college credits by the end of 12th grade, known as 12x12, to move toward the vision of college readiness.
In the beginning of the 2015-2016 school year, Spring Lake Park Schools hired new Student and Family Advocate positions with the goal of bridging the gap between families and schools to promote collaborative processes and engagement in the educational planning for students.
As a part of their first service project of the year, Julie Tweit’s classes honored recent graduate Elaina Portlance, who joined the Army National Guard and will be graduating from boot camp at Fort Jackson this week.
As part of a multidisciplinary project on concussions, Northpoint second graders in Kevin Koch’s class read about the brain, practiced engineering skills to build a helmet and created public service announcements warning against the dangers of concussions.
The Spring Lake Park School Board held a regular meeting on Tuesday, October 11.
As part of the October 11 school board meeting, Superintendent Ronneberg provided an update to the board on the district’s facilities planning process. Over the past several months, several facilities projects have been started or completed throughout the district.