Student Announcements

Spring Lake Park High School publishes daily student announcements during the school year. Click through the categories below to read today's announcements.

These newsletters will also be sent via email to families on Wednesdays, along with student announcements that will be shared via email on Mondays and Fridays. If you are not receiving these emails, please review your contact information in Campus Parent Portal. If you still do not receive newsletter emails, please contact the High School at 763-600-5100.

In today's student announcements...

The Need to Know

SENIORS: Cap and gown orders are due TODAY during all lunch periods.

The deadline for any and all products ordered is Monday, January 13. No product can be ordered after that date, late cap and gown orders will have to pay for late fees ($10-$50 depending on late the order is placed).

DECA collecting items for SLP families in need

This week, November 18-22, DECA is collecting for SLP families in need. The winning 4th hour will receive a catered lunch. The following items are needed:

Bed and Bath Complete Sheet Sets, Blankets, Pillows, Towels and Washcloths · Toothbrushes and Toothpaste · Toilet Paper · Hairbrushes · Feminine Products · Deodorant · Shampoo/Conditioner · Body Wash · Plates/Bowls · Pots/Pans · Kitchen Utensils · Cooking Utensils · Laundry Detergent · Dish Soap · Large Totes Bags

Thank you in advance for your generous donations!

Coca and Cram event tomorrow, November 21

SLPHS students are invited to attend the Coca and Cram session to get help with finals this Thursday, November 21 from 5-7 p.m. in the cafe. 

Student Council to host SLP Amazing Race

SLPHS Student Council will be hosting the SLP Amazing Race Friday, November 22 at 7 p.m.

Students will have the opportunity to complete different tasks with a partner, all while racing through the high school. The first five teams to cross the finish line will win gift cards to restaurants around the area.

Register for the SLP Amazing Race. Registration ends Thursday, November 21.

Bloodmobile at SLPHS, Friday, November 22 

If students have not had a chance to sign up, they should sign up in Mrs. Wackman's room (B-203) This event is sponsored by the Student Council with the American Red Cross. Be in good heal and see the full list of criteria.

Adopt-a-Family Fundraiser event

Every year OEC partners with the Alexandra House to help local families in need through the holidays with the gift of giving. The Alexandra House provides shelter and care for battered women and their children.

OEC's goal this year is to raise at least $4,500. To date, OEC has delivered over $84,000 in gifts. We have reached out to you to ask for your help; monetary donations and gift cards are the most helpful for us but anything helps! 

OEC will stop by advisories for face-to-face collections on Friday, December 6 and Monday, December 9.

End of Trimester 1 is Tuesday, November 26

Please be sure that all homework, materials or books from the classes are turned in to the teacher (if you only have that class for this trimester.) Be sure that all your lockers that are used in some classes are cleaned out, too.

Career Development Month Comes to the High School

What do you want to do when you grow up? That question gets more and more real for our high school students each day, and it’s one we are actively trying to help them answer.

During November, at Spring Lake Park High School, students will have an opportunity to explore different career paths with several student-focused events planned to help students begin to discover what they are passionate about.

Know a high school student? Encourage them to attend events this month. Find events and descriptions under the Upcoming Events section.

SLPHS Nurse Request

The SLPHS nurse is seeking pants for high school students (all sizes) and socks. Any help would be appreciated.

Car Permits

Any cars without permits will be tagged. Students must park in student lots only.

Outside food ordering information

Students are not allowed to leave school grounds to go get food or order food from outside businesses or delivery services. Students who have food delivered will be able to pick it up at the end of the school day.