Panther student-athlete Macy Smith signed her national letter of intent to continue her education and join the California State University, Northridge (CSUN) women’s basketball team for the 2021-2022 school year.
Football returns to Panther Stadium on Friday, Oct. 9, but without the full bleachers. While student athletes are able to practice and compete this fall, the public is asked to watch from afar.
Spring Lake Park High School and Anoka High School are excited to welcome Dana Romaker as their new head girls’ hockey coach.
"Spring Lake Park Schools have prepared me for my future by creating a safe environment for me to grow while learning class content as well as how to be a better person every day."
"I'm SLP Panther Proud because I was able to be apart of a school where the teachers and staff became my friends and my biggest supporters. I will never be able to thank them enough for the continued support and advice I've received throughout my time at SLP."
"What makes me Panther Proud is knowing that I am surrounded by so many students who are eager to help their fellow classmates and the surrounding community. Volunteering is a huge thing at SLP, and I am happy that I got to be a part of a class that cares so much about going out of their way to help others."
"The community and culture at Spring Lake Park Schools makes me SLP Panther Proud. The staff and students work together to cultivate a positive atmosphere that allows students to flourish during their time at Spring Lake Park and beyond. The opportunities and experiences that SLP has offered me have opened doors and new possibilities that otherwise I would not have known existed. I am proud to have been able to be a Panther."
"Spring Lake Park Schools has prepared me for the future by teaching me to work towards and pursue what I want in life, and to create my own path."