The Opportunities in Emergency Care (OEC) program kicked off their 22nd annual Adopt-A-Family fund drive. Students in OEC, Leo Club, Spark and others are spearheading the fund drive with help from hundreds of individuals and a number of other SLPHS student organizations. They hope to raise $4,000 to purchase Christmas gifts for needy children in the Twin Cities metro and suburbs.
After reviewing and analyzing the input from an online survey completed by more than 900 parents, the district administration has narrowed the number of boundary options from four to one option.
Student services is hosting the first College Planning Information Night. All juniors and their families are invited to attend from 6:30-8 p.m. on December 13.
Next school year, Spring Lake Park High School students will have expanded opportunities to explore future career and college pathways and earn college credits.
As part of the process to reorganize attendance boundaries for the district’s K-4 elementary schools for the 2018-2019 school year, the possible boundary options have been narrowed from over 30 options to four. The district is seeking the first round of community input through an online survey to further narrow the options.
Woodcrest Spanish Immersion fifth grade students Brody Herzog, Solomon Kardell, Brason Orrey and Clayton Solberg recently approached Prinicpal Linares with a proposal to bring the game 9 Square in the Air to their school.
At the November 14 regular meeting, Superintendent Ronneberg and district leaders presented a comprehensive facilities update including a history of the district’s facilities planning, completed projects, update on current and future projects, overview of the elementary boundaries process and transition planning for fall 2018.