Welcome to Centerview Elementary School in Blaine! We are one of three elementary schools serving Spring Lake Park Schools' students in grades preK-4.
Centerview Elementary School is the district’s newest school, opening in September 2018, serving students in preK-4.
Each student at Centerview Elementary School is known by name, strength, interest and need, leading to personalized student work and learning experiences.
All elementary students in Spring Lake Park Schools spend 120 minutes each day on reading instruction with 60 minutes in smaller groups focused on specific student needs.
We continue to expand our STEM learning for each student in Spring Lake Park Schools. We are redesigning traditional learning experiences and transforming our classrooms to help our students become creators, designers, inventors, thinkers and leaders.
One of our top priorities is to maintain low class sizes. Our class sizes at elementary grade levels are among the lowest in the metro area and among neighboring districts.
Amazing things are happening every day at Centerview Elementary School – learn more about our Centerview stories and voices.
Fourth grade band orientation night will take place next Tuesday, April 30 at 6:30 p.m. at Westwood. You and your student are invited to hear a short presentation about band and choosing an instrument and have any band questions answered.
As the 2018-2019 school year nears the end, it is time for students to turn in their district-owned iPads. Students will turn in their devices starting Friday, May 3.
The Panther Foundation, Spring Lake Park Schools’ Education Foundation, is looking for individuals who are ready to share time, talents and resources as a member of the board of directors.
Mona Perkins has been selected as the next principal of Park Terrace Elementary School. Perkins is replacing Kim Fehringer, who recently accepted a position in the district’s educational services department.
The Spring Lake Park School Board held a regular meeting on Tuesday, April 9.
This week, Centerview Elementary second grade students learned about the Anishinaabe tribes and participated in various activities to experience different aspects of the Anishinaabe culture.