Welcome to Spring Lake Park Schools! We are a vibrant school community serving about 5,700 students from suburbs in the northern Minneapolis-St. Paul metropolitan area.
We offer a wide variety of classes, events and opportunities through our Early Childhood and Preschool programs.
Our Learning Ventures Child Care program provides high-quality services that will grow with your child.
A variety of adult enrichment programs are available through Spring Lake Park Schools Community Education.
Spring Lake Park Schools facilities are available for rental to individuals, organizations and businesses in the community.
The Panther Store is filled with spirit items for students, staff, parents and community members to purchase.
Amazing things are happening every day in our Community Education programs – learn more about our stories and voices.
Discovery Days Preschool Teacher
I'm #SLPPantherProud to see my students realize that they are artists, scientists, readers, writers, inventors, and most importantly they are friends.
Kindergarten Readiness Preschool Teacher
I am #SLPPantherProud because I have the opportunity to serve families in our community who need it most! I am proud to be a child's first teacher, on the journey of their educational career.
This entire district is full of the best community, doing all of their work around what is best for kids.
Early Childhood Teacher Leader/Continuous Improvement & Innovation Coach
We design open-ended, creative activities based on the interests and needs of our students, and the program goals. We engage our curious learners through conversations, play and having fun!
Panther Pride is alive and well!
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.
To better serve people in our community with disabilities and to comply with new Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) website accessibility laws, our new websites that launched in October featured an accessibility toolbar called AudioEye. Earlier this month, the district was notified the websites earned the AudioEye Trusted Certification and the toolbar is fully implemented.
The Spring Lake Park School Board held a work session on Tuesday, March 26.
Students interested in an all-day language immersion experience have an opportunity to participate in the Spanish Immersion Camp at the National Sports Center (NSC) in Blaine.