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Two Spring Lake Park High School students were recently named National Merit Scholar Finalists.
Spring Lake Park Schools recently launched a free mobile app that allows users to receive the latest news and information from all district schools right from their smartphone or tablet.
Before spring break, first grade students at Park Terrace used their STEM skills (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) to design leprechaun traps.
The Spring Lake Park High School boys' basketball team recently received the Minnesota Basketball Coaches Association Team Academic Section 5AAAA Championship.
Jane Stevenson, principal at Spring Lake Park High School, announced her intent to retire from the position, effective June 30, 2017.
College Writing and Critical Reading is offered through a partnership with Anoka Ramsey Community College and is taught by SLPHS English teacher Janelle Todd.
Throughout the month of February, students at Westwood Intermediate participated in a school-wide campaign called "We are Love."
On Saturday, February 25, Spring Lake Park High School’s Opportunities in Emergency Care (OEC) hosted the 31st Annual State Youth EMS Competition.
Spring Lake Park High School’s Panther Mentors and Freshmen participated in the 2017 Polar Plunge on Saturday, March 4 at Lake Calhoun.
The Spring Lake Park School Board held a regular meeting on Tuesday, March 7.
The calendar for the 2017-18 school year was approved at the March 7 regular school board meeting.
Six eighth grade band students from Westwood Middle School played in the 49th Annual University of Minnesota-Duluth Honor Band Festival on Tuesday, February 28.
The Spring Lake Park School Board held a work session on Tuesday, February 28
“An Evening Under the Stars” raises money for STEM programming in Spring Lake Park
The Panthers represented Spring Lake Park well at the state swimming and diving state tournament. Several new school records were set and overall the team finished in 17th with 51 points.
Students at Northpoint, Park Terrace, Westwood Intermediate and Woodcrest Spanish Immersion were able to “Explore Minnesota” with a 16 x 26 foot-map of the state.
After winning the Section 4AAA Championship, senior Joey Nerdahl headed back to the Minnesota State Wrestling Tournament for the second year in a row.