Alumni & History
Spring Lake Park High school Alumni Directory in the works
Spring Lake Park High School has entered into a partnership with Harris Connect to produce a 2013 Spring Lake Park High School Alumni Directory.
April Update: The 2013 Alumni Directory has been completed and will be sent in April 2013 to those who ordered a copy. If you have questions, the Customer Service number for Harris Connect, the publisher, is 800-877-6554. For inquiries about the print directory, call 877-306-6000 (9:00-5:00 EST), or contact firstname.lastname@example.org for inquiries about the CD directory.
The high school's ongoing partnership with Harris Connect resulted in previous, popular editions in 2002 and 2008. The 2013 edition is expected to include listing/profiles of over 11,000 Spring Lake Park alums in a biographical section as well as a listing of alums by class year, and a geographical section denoting in what states, cities, and towns our alums reside. Learn more
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If you have questions, contact the Alumni Association Board of Directors:
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A lot of time, passion, dedication, and effort results in a lot of school district history
The long-time efforts of three long-time school district residents, one now deceased, have resulted in the completion of “Spring Lake Park School District 16: Its Predecessors, Creation, and Growth Through 1976.” This nearly 300-page book was compiled and written over a 15-year period.
It is a result of the passion and commitment of Mr. Robert Lindquist, long-time resident, friend of education, and one of the district’s first School Board Chairs; Mr. Ross Johnson, former Director of Elementary Education and a former School Board member; and Mr. Ed Knalson, the District’s second Superintendent of Schools and also a former School Board member.
The book is an amazing story of the birth of a school district and the cities and townships around it. It is a must read for anyone who loves history and loves this special area of the Twin Cities.
Copies are available for only $10, plus shipping and handling. To find out more, contact the District Sevices Center at 763-785-5513.
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If it’s been awhile since you’ve visited, we think you’d like the changes you’ll find. There’s a lot to be proud of.
Got that school spirit?
Been in Park Place lately? Never been in Park Place? It's time...Tucked away inside the pool/gyms/Fine Arts Center entrance to the high school is Park Place, a retail store featuring clothing, merchandise, and other school spirit items.
You'll find caps, t-shirts, sweatshirts, jackets, denim shirts, fleecewear, socks and mittens, athletic bags, stadium blankets and seats, jewelry, coffee mugs and water bottles, watches, school supplies, and a lot more.
Come in to browse, have a coffee, a pop, or juice.
The merchandise in not only geared for student, it is suitable for all ages, from small children to adults. Check it out, Monday through Friday. The phone number is 763-783-5637. Manager Andrea Moll, email@example.com, will be happy to answer your questions or listen to your ideas for new store items.
Support for the Foundation will come entirely through contributions and special projects. Those contributions will be turned into grants. The Foundation will award grants for innovative projects initiated by staff, parents or students. These projects will enrich or supplement teaching and learning efforts that directly benefit students.
Find out more by going to www.pantherfoundation.org.