Summer Meal Services Start June 9
Spring Lake Park Schools are providing free meals to children ages 1-18 throughout the summer. The last day of the current meal services format will be Friday, June 5. Beginning Tuesday, June 9 we will be starting the Summer Meal Program. Summer meals will be distributed at Spring Lake Park High School, door 32, Monday-Thursday, 11 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Pickup will be curbside as it has been through the COVID-19 situation and will include a lunch and a breakfast.
Summer Camps and Clinics available for sign-up
A variety of summer camps and clinics will be offered throughout the summer for students of all ages. The current camps and clinics offerings were approved with requirements that follow the latest Minnesota Department of Health safety guidelines.
Visit the Camps and Clinics section on Eleyo to check out what is available now for camps and clinics. If you had already registered for a camp prior to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Community Education staff will be contacting families to issue a refund or reassign the registrant to a new camp session. Any questions? Call SLP Community Education 763-600-5050.
Outstanding School Fees: How to pay through Campus Parent Portal
As we wrap up the 2019-2020 school year, we encourage families to pay any outstanding fees they may have acquired throughout the school year. Fees could range from technology and iPad insurance to library books and music fees.
A few months ago, our district had to discontinue services with FeePay, our fee payment and athletic registration system. All historical information and
outstanding fees have been transferred into Campus Parent Portal. To check for any outstanding fees and for instructions on how to make a payment, follow these instructions.
Over the summer, we will be working on installing a new athletic and activities system called Affinity. This will allow us to manage and register our families for school programs. More information to come.
Questions? Contact our technology team at firstname.lastname@example.org. Make sure to include your name, contact information and a brief description of your request. If you are unable to email, call 763-600-5555 and leave a message.
Trimester 3 Elementary Report Cards (Grades K-5) Reporting on student learning during COVID-19 and extended flexible learning
Report cards are just one of many ways that we report on student learning throughout the year. Report card grades reflect student learning, and teachers look at evidence of learning, over time, to determine where students are at in their learning at the time of report cards.
Because all of Trimester 3 occurred in a flexible learning environment, we wanted to provide a guide specific to Trimester 3 report cards for students in Grades K-5.
- All grades received reflect student learning that occurred during Trimester 1, Trimester 2, and/or Trimester 3. Grades for K-5 include:
- MS: Minimal progress toward standard
- AS: Approaching the standard
- S: Met the standard
- ES: Exceeds the standard
- You may see two other marks on the report card:
- An NA indicates that students did not have opportunities to learn this outcome throughout the school year. Any learning outcomes marked as NA for 2019-20 will be addressed in Fall 2020.
- An NE (No Evidence) grade indicates that students had opportunities to learn this outcome during Trimester 3, but did not submit any evidence of their learning. As a result, there is no evidence to determine where they are at toward meeting the learning outcome.
- All life skills, for all grade levels, will be marked as NA (Not Reported) for Trimester 3.
Trimester 3 report cards will be available beginning Wednesday, June 10 and can be accessed through Campus Parent Portal. Note, this is the same way families accessed Trimester 2 report cards. Watch a video tutorial on how to access your student’s report card.
Centerview Student Material Pick Up and Drop Off - final chance, tomorrow, June 4
Thursday, June 4
- 8 a.m.-11 a.m. (R - Z last names)
- 11 a.m.-1 p.m. (J - Q last names)
- 1 p.m.-4 p.m. (A - I last names)
- 5 p.m.-8 p.m. (For those only available in pm)
While you are at Centerview:
- Material drop-off/pick-up will be located in the gym. The main entrance will NOT be open. Follow signage outside for the correct door entrance. We ask that you park in the front parking lot.
- Please have materials that you are returning to school in a bag labeled with your child's name and teacher. Kindergarten students, please return bags sent home.
- Items to return to school may include library books, textbooks and iPads/chargers.
- Only return iPad/chargers if you are NOT returning to Spring Lake Park Schools in the fall.
- Follow social distancing guidelines
Check out the full list of pick-up/drop-off schedules for all students in grades K-12
Centerview End of the Year Celebration Parade -
June 5: 9:30-11: a.m. Centerview will have a celebration parade through the front of our school parking lot. Staff members will be READY to share a final cheer and smile with and for their students.
- Please arrive by alpha off of 105th, as you are able, to alleviate traffic. If there is a back-up, cars will be instructed to line up in the NSC parking lot to alleviate traffic coming in off of 105th. There is ample space to do so.
- Last name letter A-H - 9:30-11 a.m.
- Last name letter I-P - 10-10:30 a.m.
- Last name letter Q-Z - 10:30-11 a.m.
- Each household should be in a separate car; carpooling does not comply with social distancing.
- People with COVID-19 symptoms (cough, fever, shortness of breath, etc.) should not attend – you can watch the virtual video of the parade we will be sending out after the live event is over.
- Attendees must remain in the vehicles for the entire route and stay 6 feet apart from the vehicle in front of them.
- All attendees must be in a vehicle.
- There will not be access to restrooms.
- No objects will be passed between vehicles and between attendees and staff.
- Follow the traffic flow and parade route.
CV staff snack video - fun
Centerview staff had so much fun sharing their favorite snack with you. Check out the video
Turning in an iPad? What to know and do
Only students who are leaving the district, including our graduating seniors, need to turn in their school-issued iPad this spring. If you are a returning K-11 grade student, DO NOT turn in iPads or chargers.
For students turning in an iPad and charger, please prep your device before dropping it off.
During each school’s designated pick up and drop off times, students and families leaving the district will drop the prepped iPad in a "hands-off" turn-in process. Students will be directed to place charging bricks, charging cables, and iPads (with case installed) in designated boxes. Technical support will not be available to verify prep is complete or to assist onsite with things like backup or wipe questions. We will take devices as-is. Any questions about prepping iPads need to be addressed before drop off. Email email@example.com or call 763-600-5555. Include name, contact information and a brief description of your topic.