Despite years of pandemic living, SLP Schools have continued to advance work aligned to the district’s vision and strategic plan. This year’s district operational plan included intentional work to engage and support learners emerging from the pandemic, strengthen connections in our community and capitalize on the creativity of staff. Now, it’s time to reflect on the progress.
This summer, Spring Lake Park Schools is serving free breakfast and lunch meals to all children in the community ages 1-18. Meals will be available in-person at Spring Lake Park High School, Park Terrace Elementary and Westwood Intermediate and Middle School.
Woodcrest Spanish Immersion School welcomes a new principal July 1. Jaime Nymann brings more than 22 years of experience in immersion to Spring Lake Park Schools.
Congratulations to the 13 staff members who were honored and recognized at the May 17 retirement event. As a learning community, we gather to recognize their tremendous contributions to our schools and community.
What do you know about yourself at age six? Seven? Twelve? Eighteen? Learner profiles document who a student is and how they learn best to support them in becoming powerful, independent and curious learners who can navigate anything.
Spring Lake Park Schools welcomes two leaders to new roles. Tony Mayer has been named director of Human Resources and Kaline Sandven Marinello is director of Special Education.
The Panther Foundation’s annual fundraising event returned with a Week of Giving and Panther Party that raised more than $120,000 to support activities and programs benefiting the students of Spring Lake Park Schools.
The Panther Foundation’s annual fundraising event is back and better than ever. The Panthers for a Purpose Week of Giving is underway, and the fun culminates in a Panther Party on Saturday, February 26. The annual fundraising event supports Spring Lake Park Schools with a special focus this year on supporting milestone moments.
Small and large business, non-profit, government and education leaders came together at Spring Lake Park High School. They discussed the skills graduates need and how school and community can partner to build the future.