Westwood Spanish Immersion students have been studying catapults in their science curriculum and this week, they used the SLP 3D Design process (Discover, Design and Deliver) to bring catapults to life.
Innovation in Action
At the start of the 2018-2019 school year, students at Spring Lake Park High School had the opportunity to enroll in a variety of Pathways courses as a way to explore future career and college interests and earn college credits.
On Friday, September 28, Spring Lake Park High School students Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) classes experienced a demonstration of a “mega code” cardiac arrest by staff from Allina, the University of Minnesota cardiology department, and Hennepin County Medical Center EMS.
Spring Lake Park students enrolled in the Summer of STEM summer school program recently designed and created knee braces to investigate how to best help an injured leg for the first Summer of STEM theme- When Engineering Meets Medicine: Biomedical Engineering.
Ignite, a new program at Spring Lake Park High School that started at the beginning of the 2017-2018 school year for 130 ninth grade students, focuses on personalized learning for each student in the program and building authentic relationships between students and teachers.
Twice a month, girls from Spring Lake Park High School come to Park Terrace Elementary to mentor and partner with girls from Park Terrace on a STEM project.