Woodcrest fourth grade students had a visit with a professional museum educator before their visit to the Walker Art Center and Sculpture Garden in Minneapolis, where they used STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) skills to interact with and experience modern art.
We'll bring together the people, places and programs that support their growth, wellness and success both within and outside of the classroom – at Centerview and in the world beyond.
Click through photos to better understand what a day in the life of a Centerview Elementary School student may look like.
Learning Ventures Child Care programs provide high quality services that will grow with your child from preschool through grade six. Our programs provide child care full-day, school-day, before- and after-school, on most non-school days and throughout the summer.
Spring Lake Park Schools Community Education provides before- and after-school enrichment for students with many opportunities for physical activity, academic enrichment and creative expression.
It’s proven when kids eat a well-nourished meal they learn better and play harder. That’s why we concentrate on serving fresh, nutritious and tasty choices.
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Students in the News
Students at Centerview and throughout the district are involved in many activities in and outside of the school day. We are Panther proud of their accomplishments in academics, arts, athletics, activities and more. Read some of our student highlights in the stories below.
Spring Lake Park Lighthouse School seventh grader Isaiah Frei was recently notified by the National Geographic Society that he is one of the semifinalists eligible to compete in the 2019 National Geographic GeoBee Minnesota State Competition.
After a successful season and finishing second at the 5AA section meet, members of the Spring Lake High School’s boys’ swimming and diving team are advancing to the state tournament.
On Tuesday, February 26, nine Westwood eighth grade band students participated in the University of Minnesota-Duluth's 50th Annual Junior High Honor Band Festival.
Our Panther student-athletes were awarded for excelling in the classroom this winter season. The Spring Lake Park girls’ hockey team received a team academic award and five members for the boys’ wrestling team received academic awards for their dedication on the ice and mat as well as in the classroom.