Marilynn Forsberg, Spring Lake Park Schools school board member since 1982, has been recognized by Minnesota School Board Association for her commitment to school board service and education.
Why We're SLP Panther Proud
With 1,200 student submissions and 217 submissions, the first Panther Pride Sweepstakes was a success. The event allowed the community to engage with the Panther Foundation, learn about the district and provide funds for the schools.
Congratulations to junior Rachel Keenan for winning first place for her acrylic painting titled “Letting Go” in the 2021 MN-05 Congressional Art Competition.
Lori Henry, Spring Lake Park High School teacher of Family & Consumer Sciences has been named the American Association of Family & Consumer Sciences 2021 Teacher of the Year. The national award recognizes her work to help students develop real-world skills on their path to career and life success.
This school year has been like no other. As the year begins to wind down, we’re taking time to reflect on accomplishments as we plan for what’s next. Turns out, we have a lot to be proud of in this year of pandemic learning.
We have asked our graduating seniors to share their plans for the future, favorite experiences and what makes them Panther Proud. In the coming weeks, we will share student spotlights as we celebrate the Class of 2021.
Spring Lake Park High School is proud to announce senior Madi Ngene as their winner for the 2021 Athena Award for her excellence in athletics as well as in school and community achievements.
Update: As of February 2021, Natalie has been moved from semifinalist standing to now a National Merit finalist!
Natalie Horwath, a senior at Lighthouse School for Gifted and Insatiable Learners, has been named a National Merit semifinalist. More than 1.5 million juniors entered the competition last spring by taking the Preliminary Scholastic Aptitude Test (PSAT).
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