Learn how we do things differently in Spring Lake Park Schools.
To complete their unit on the 1800s, Park Terrace first graders researched and designed products from the century through a hands-on project.
Spring Lake Park Schools offers the EXPLORE program as a way to use alternative methods to identify students who have gifted potential.
Through a hands-on project, eighth grade students at Westwood Middle School are designing cities 50 years in the future.
During the fall break in October, new furniture was added at Spring Lake Park High School to create a new learning space outside of the Fine Arts Center. The space was reimagined during an innovation day with Wold Architects this summer.
Once a week, students at Park Terrace Elementary receive an extra 45 minutes of math learning.
Beginning this fall, each middle and high school teacher in Spring Lake Park Schools has incorporated guidelines for students to retake tests or assessments.
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.
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.