The Panther Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to raising money to support Spring Lake Park Schools, raised more than $145,000 during its 16th annual gala “Once Upon a Time” on Saturday, February 29, 2020.
Why We're SLP Panther Proud
Katie was named a National Merit Scholarship semifinalist among 326 students from Minnesota and 16,000 across the nation. This month, she advanced as a finalist and is now waiting to see if she’s selected to receive a Merit Scholarship® award.
Brendan Abrahamson is the first 17-year-old in the history of the Opportunities in Emergency Care program to earn his certification as an EMT.
The Pantherettes have earned a trip to the state tournament for the 17th consecutive year after placing second in both jazz and high kick at the Section 3AAA championship on Saturday, February 8.
Panther student-athletes Kayla Devine, Cyrinus George, MaKenzee Stone and Donald (Trey) Toner III participated in Signing Day on Wednesday, February 5 and committed to play their sport at the collegiate level.
National Signing Day at Spring Lake Park will allow student-athletes to celebrate their college commitment with the Spring Lake Park Schools' community. Join us for the winter Signing Day on Wednesday, February 5.
"I love that our school has the big picture in mind and that I work with amazing people and I get to teach amazing kids."
Nine members of the Spring Lake Park High School Family, Career and Community Leaders of American (FCCLA) chapter will advance to the state competition in March after competing at the regional FCCLA competition.
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