Learn why Brenna Kraft, English learner academic specialist at Park Terrace Elementary, is proud to be a Panther!
Personalized Learning in Action
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.
Learn why Katie Storlie, kindergarten teacher at Northpoint, is proud to be a Panther!
In Spring Lake Park Schools, learners are at the center of everything we do. Learn more about our personalized learning project.
The district is increasing support for elementary teachers as they implement STEM practices, as well as gifted and talented programming and support at each of our K-3 schools.
In May, second grade students in Kevin Koch’s class discovered biomimicry, the science of learning how elements in nature can be mimicked or imitated for the purpose of solving human problems.
Spring Lake Park Schools recently received a $10,000 grant from the Bush Foundation to support the district’s continued implementation of personalized learning throughout the district.
Teachers at Park Terrace were excited to offer students a “Choose your own adventure!” series of projects.