Student Announcement Archives

University, College and Military Visits

Be sure to get a pass from the Student Services Department on the day of the visit. Visits are only for 11th and 12th-grade students. Students must sign up the day before the visit.

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Universities, Colleges and Military Visits - Virtual Sessions

All students in grades 9-12 are invited to attend college visits. Students must RSVP in Naviance. This RSVP will be their pass to Student Services. 

November

  • November 1, 2020, MnACC Virtual College Fair - 1-4 p.m. See details below
  • November 8, 2020, NACAC Virtual College Fair - 1-9 p.m. See details below

Upcoming College Events

October is College Knowledge Month - Getting prepared for college starts way before your senior year. Activities and events for grades 9-12 will be offered all month! Your counselors will update you through Schoology about upcoming events. 

Minnesota Association of Counselors of Color (MnACC) College Fairs – starts October 20, 2020 -MnACC is the organization that Spring Lake Park High School typically has in our building each fall for our annual College fair. This year, due to COVID-19, MnACC is offering three dates to all students across the state with drop in booth times for you to speak to an admissions counselor. The first fair takes place October 20. Learn more and register.

FAFSA Virtual Event for Parents and Students - October 23, 2020 - Come and learn all about FAFSA from Karla and Nawang, Admissions personal with the University of Minnesota - Duluth. Live presentation begins at 2 p.m. with Q&A to follow. Event will be offered in Spanish and English!  

WebEx series #4 - Open Q&A about all things college - October 28, 2020 - All grades welcome, come to ask questions. Please wait in the waiting room until we call you in, we will give 1 on 1 help in this session. Click here for the WebEx link.

National Association of College Admission Counseling (NACAC) Virtual College Fair - November 8, 2020 - don't miss the next NACAC Virtual Collge Fair on November 8, 2020. 

North Hennepin Community College Events - Thinking about North Hennepin Community College? Check out all they are offering this fall through their Virtual Application Labs, Spanish Information Session and High School Visit day. 

College Possible (Juniors Only) - Using email, text messages, social media and phone call meetings, College Possible mentors connect with students starting their junior year and continuing through their college graduation. Coaches guide students through college readiness curriculum in a variety of ways. Students will receive support from a college possible mentor throughout their junior and senior year in high school, as well as continued support throughout their 4-year college experience!

Who should apply?

  • High school juniors
  • 2.5 GPA or higher
  • Income-eligible
  • Interested in attending a bachelor’s granting institution

How can you help?

If you are a student who meets these requirements, please apply online here. 

Deadlines:

  • Early deadline: October 5
  • Regular deadline: October 26

If you have any further questions about the program, please contact Jennifer Blaido, Counselor for Career and College Readiness - jblaid@district16.org or 763.600.5139.

Follow College Possible on Instagram (@classof2022.cp) for more info!

Counselor Assignments for SLPHS Student Groups

Troy Willemssen twille@district16.org Teams 9A and 10A
Ikran Salat 
isalat@district16.org
Teams 9B and 10B
Lindsey Redmann lredma@district16.org Teams 9C and 10C
Julie Turchioe
jturch@district16.org
11th and 12th graders with last names A-He
Justine Malecha
jmalec@district16.org
11th and 12th graders with last names Hi-Pa
Tamiko Montgomery
tmontg@district16.org
11th and 12th graders with last names Pe-Z
Jennifer Blaido 
jblaid@district16.org
Counselor for College and Career Planning
Kadie Chlebeck
kchleb@district16.org
Dean of Students
Athletic and Activity Announcements

Athletics 

Panther Football Game - tonight, Friday, October 23

Tonight's Football game vs. Coon Rapids will be played here at Panther Stadium at 7 p.m. Watch it live through CTN Coon Rapids. 

Upcoming Boys’ Swim and Dive Season

Any 9th-12th grade boy interested in joining the boys' swimming and diving team this winter should contact Coach Kugler for more information. 

Practice begins November 30. There will be an information meeting in a couple of weeks. Come and be a part of a tradition of excellence! 

Spring Lake Park Dance Team winter season tryouts

The Spring Lake Park Dance Team winter season tryouts will be held Monday, November 16 and Tuesday, November 17. Tryouts are pen to all 7-12th graders. 

If interested, please see Ms. Sechser in the main office to register. Registration ends Friday, October 30. 

Activities 

DECA to host Hygiene and Clothing Drive

DECA will be collecting items during 1st-hour classes. The top three classes will get donuts and juice for their 1st Hour. EFL Students will have an opportunity to compete as well. They will be entered into a gift card drawing when they bring in items to donate. 

Items to Donate: 

  • Soap 
  • Shampoo and Conditioner 
  • Toothpaste and Toothbrush 
  • Deodorant 
  • Body Wash  
  • New and Gently Used Clothing 

Community Education Department

Spring Lake Park Schools Community Education offers teen driver’s education in cooperation with Safeway Driving School. Safeway Driving School has been graduating teen drivers in the Twin Cities area for over 40 years and their instructors are licensed by the Minnesota Department of Public Safety.   

The State of Minnesota requires that driver’s education distance learning be conducted in a face-to-face platform, which requires that students have a video camera and audio capabilities on their devices. Safeway has chosen a secure Zoom platform to conduct the class.  Safeway’s only focus is creating safe, responsible teen drivers. Classroom and behind-the-wheel lessons emphasize defensive driving techniques tailored for the inexperienced teen driver while targeting to influence the invincible teen attitude.   

Full Course Fee of $370 is broken into three payments: 

$220 due at registration time, $150 ($75 on the first lesson and $75 on the second lesson); checks made payable to Safeway Driving School or call Safeway before behind-the-wheel to pay by credit card   

The next class sessions are: 

  • October 19-November 4 (No Class on Nov 3) 
  • November 11-24 
  • November 30-December 16 (No Class on Dec 7) 

Register for Driver's Education 

Upcoming Events
  • Friday, October 23: Virtual FAFSA Event - learn more in the College and Military section
  • Tuesday, October 27: Virtual Academic Lettering Ceremony - premiers at 7 p.m. on the district YouTube Channel
  • Wednesday, October 28: Applications for free and reduced-price meals are due. Apply today. Learn more in the Need to Know Section
  • November 26-27: Thanksgiving - No school  
  • December 4: End of Trimester 1 
The Need to Know

Apply now: Free or reduced-price meal benefits provide much more than food

The deadline to apply for free and reduced-price meal benefits is approaching on October 28, 2020. Please take a few minutes to complete and submit the application - even if you don't think you will qualify. It's about much more than meals.

You could be eligible for:

  1. Reduced fares on Metro Transit through the Transit Assistance Program. Anyone in a household with a student receiving Free or Reduced Lunch is eligible to receive this reduced fare.
  2. Reduced fees for athletics and activities
  3. Reduced fees for in-home internet access

A new application must be completed each school year. Families who have not applied for these benefits should apply right away.  

Questions? Contact the Nutrition Services Department at 763-600-5041.

SLP Fall Spirit Week: October 26-30

Dress Up Days

  • Monday: Sports/Jersey Day 
  • Tuesday: Tacky Tourist Tuesday 
  • Wednesday: Wacky Wednesday 
  • Thursday: Class Pattern Day 
    • 12th grade: Plaid 
    • 11th grade: Graphic Tees 
    • 10th grade: Tie-Dye 
    • 9th grade: Stripes 
    • Staff: choose any pattern to your liking OR choose the pattern of the grade you (mostly) teach  
  • Friday: Panther Spirit Day 

Activities & Contests (for high school students only): 

  • Selfie Scavenger Hunt 
  • TikTok Contest 
  • Bingo 
  • Best Dressed 

Follow SLP's Student Council social media accounts to stay updated on the week's contests: 

  • Instagram: @slp.studentcouncil 
  • TikTok: @slp.studentcouncil 

New iPad icon for daily SLPHS student announcements

High school students may have noticed that a new app icon has been added to the iPad home screen for "Student Announcements." This links to helpful announcements specific to SLPHS students that are published daily. 

Currently, there are no make-up days for school photos 

Lifetouch still has over 50 schools to cover and cannot guarantee they will be available again for school photo make-up days. 

AP Test Registration

Students registering for AP testing, please note there is two steps to this process.

Be sure your student and/or yourself have completed both steps to ensure your student is registered in full for their AP Exams for the spring.

  1. You need to go to myap.collegeboard.org if, you didn't do this with your teacher and "join" their AP Course. You can get the join code from your teacher.
  2. You will need to follow the below steps to pay for the exam.
  • Go to www.springlakeparkschools.org
  • Click on the top "Our schools and programs"
  • Click on "Activities and Athletics"
  • Click "Register"
  • Click on "Register Here"
  • Click on the blue wallet
  • Create an account if you don't already have one (this should be a parent)
  • If you haven't already added a student, then you would click "add student"
  • Choose "No, I do not have a key"
  • Here you will need your 6-digit student ID (this can be found on campus)
  • If you already have an account and your student has been added, then you will click "Register" in the box with your students' name.
  • Click on the "+" next to AP Exams
  • Scroll down to exam you want to register for and click "register"
  • Follow the steps to finish the process and pay

Please reach out to Katrina Sayler at ksayle@district16.org or Noreen Johnson njohns@district16.org if you need additional registration help.

SLPHS Student Announcements- Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Important Information

Last Chance Senior Head Shot Day TOMORROW October 24, 2018, during 4th period lunch From 11:30-1:00pm) and academic times. ***IMPORTANT NOTE:  If you photo is NOT done by David Banks on this day, you will NOT be in the year book!
This is the absolute last day to have a professional head shot taken by David Bank Studios. 
This sitting is FREE!! Again, David Bank Studios is our official senior yearbook photographer and we are under contract to work with them.

Full page and electronic announcements: ALL NEW 
Read past Student Announcements here

FCCLA members who want to help with the chalk drawing should meet in the foods room today after school. 

FCCLA members attending the fall meeting on Thursday, should meet at the pool doors by 7:45 a.m. Thursday morning. The bus is leaving at 7:50 a.m.!  

FCCLA Meeting -Thursday at 3:05 p.m. in the Foods Room.

This week FCCLA is promoting their Stop the Violence program by having a week of respect with the theme” The “Paw”er of Respect.  Hidden around the school building are five panther paws on tag board 

 (5 ½ inches wide and 5 inches long) with the FCCLA logo stamped in the middle. 

Follow the clues to find the paws. 

When you find the paw (s) bring it to Miss Henry in the Culinary Arts Room B108 for a prize: 

Hidden in the high school are 5 panther paws to find, Look High and low, far and wide, and don’t forget behind! 

Here are the clues:

  1. One of the paws is hidden where most enjoy their meal, find this paw and it will be a good deal. 
  2. Another paw is hidden on the second floor in building C, I wonder if near foreign languages it could be? 
  3. A paw is hidden in plain view, in building A, find this paw and you will have a great day! 
  4. A paw is hidden where chemicals might be, Hmm, this might be, an obvious key! 
  5. A paw is hidden in a new flex space, be the first to find it and you will win the race!

Job Opportunities: The Student Services office post many businesses looking for help and assistance.  Check it out! If you are looking for some seasonal job opportunities check out the Schoology Group Code for SLP Job Board M4QNW-D9GQX.

Student Parking Permits 
Must purchase online only. 
All students parking at the school must have parking permit.

Nutrition Services

Food Service Information and menus are available here

  • Jen Schulties Nutrition Services Manager at Spring Lake Park High School
  • Office: 763-600-5105  
  • Jschul@district16.org   
  • Follow us on Twitter @slphscafeteria

No Leaving or Ordering Food from Outside the school:

  • We have had an increase of students leaving the building during the school day. We want to reinforce that we have a CLOSED CAMPUS, which means students are not allowed to leave during the day without parent/guardian permission. It is a safety and liability issue for students to leave campus during the school day (including lunch).
  • Additionally, we want to reinforce that students CAN NOT have food delivered to the school.
  • Any food that is delivered for students will be held in the office until the end of the school day.

Order your official Transcript- To order your “official transcript” please click here to register to request.


Athletic Announcements

Baseball meeting: There will be a short baseball meeting for grades 9-12 on Monday October

29 3:05 p.m. in the stadium suite.

Anyone planning to try-out for baseball in the spring of 2019 should attend this meeting.

Spring Lake Park football will play here on Saturday afternoon at 2p.m.

Congratulations receiving the #2 seed in Section 5AAAAA with that comes a 1st round bye and Suburban District Gold Sub-District Tri-Champions! New season begins today boys! 

Panthers 32 Forest Lake 7.

REGISTER ONLINE - Register online here

  • Spring Lake Park High School              www.springlakeparkschools.org
  • Northwest Suburban Conference         www.nwsconference.org
  • Minnesota State High School League   www.mshsl.org
  • SLP Athletic Twitter Account                @SLPPantherAth

Activity Announcements

Fall Play - ALMOST MAINE - Directed by: Kevin Dutcher 
Welcome to Almost, Maine, a place that’s so far north, it’s almost not in the United States. It’s almost in Canada. And it’s not quite a town, because its residents never got around to getting organized. So, it almost doesn’t exist. One cold, clear, winter night, as the northern lights hover in the star-filled sky above, the residents of Almost, Maine, find themselves falling in and out of love in unexpected and hilarious ways. Knees are bruised. Hearts are broken. But the bruises heal, and the hearts mend—almost—in this delightful midwinter night’s dream. 

Performances 
Friday, October 26, 7 p.m. 
Sunday, October 28, 2 p.m.*  Matinée performances - all seats $5 
Saturday, November 3, 7 p.m. 
Sunday, November 4, 2 p.m.*  Matinée performances - all seats $5 
All performances take place in the Spring Lake Park High School Fine Arts Center at 1100 81st Ave NE, Spring Lake Park. Tickets will be available online or at the door, for a dollar more a ticket. 

Online ticket prices  Note: online ticket sales will close one hour prior to showtime. 
Adult $12      Senior $8      Student $5

Mentee/Mentor FALL PLAY PREVIEW EVENT Thursday

Who: All freshmen with Panther Mentors

What: Come eat FREE pizza and then see the Fall Play "Almost Maine"

When: Thursday, Oct. 25th @ 6:30-9:00 pm

Where: Fine Arts Center (pizza in the Rotunda)

Why: connect with friends and mentors and watch your talented classmates perform in "Almost Maine" before everyone else!!

How: FREE! (no excuses)

Knowledge Bowl Meeting - If you are interested in possibly joining knowledge bowl, please come to an informational meeting.

When: November 2nd, 2018. 3:00-3:15

Where: Upstairs Multipurpose room

Who: Anyone interested in joining Knowledge Bowl.


Upcoming Events

Band Concerts

  • Monday 12/10 Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Band Winter Concert, 6:00 call time 7:00pm/FAC
  • Tuesday 12/11 Symphonic Band and WWMS 7th Grade Combined Concert, 6:00 call time 7:00pm/FAC
  • Wednesday 12/12 Varsity Band Winter Concert, 6:00 call time 7:00pm/FAC

Choir Concert - Monday, Oct. 29 at 7:00 p.m. in the FAC at the HS. 

Jazz Concert - Monday Nov. 5 SLPHS Jazz One and Jazz Two, 6:00 call time 7:00 p.m. in the FAC 


Yearbooks

Online Early Bird Sales End Friday October 26, 2018, for credit card purchases on line. 
Base online price is $75 and will go up in $5 increments throughout the year until the actual price of $90. Purchase your yearbook here.

Yearbook Fundraising Opportunities - If you are looking for help to pay for a yearbook, we have a payment option available. Working at the concession stand on some weekends over the winter months may also be an option to work towards a yearbook. 
For more information stop and see Ms. Johnson in room B139 before or after school.


Senior Class 2019 Information 

Attention Class of 2019!!

We cannot stress enough that communications between the yearbook staff and seniors are vital during this final year of their high school career. 
Attendance in advisory and reading daily announcements will help you keep on top of due dates and special activities or events throughout the school year.

Information was mailed out in May of 2018 concerning your senior head shots for the yearbook.  

Senior Quotes must be completed by November 1, 2018.  Once the school year begins, online links will be provided.


Driver's Education: Next Class is October 29-November 13

Safeway’s only focus is creating safe, responsible teen drivers. Classroom and behind-the-wheel lessons emphasize defensive driving techniques tailored for the inexperienced teen driver while targeting to influence the invincible teen attitude.

Classroom Sessions

  • Who: Students who are at least 14 1/2 years old by the time of the class
  • When: Classes are held four days a week in several sessions throughout the year 
  • Where: Spring Lake Park High School
  • Cost: $360
  • Register: Complete registration and pay online. Once registration is accepted and completed, there is a non-refundable $30 administration fee. No refunds will be issued after the first class; non-attendance is a forfeiture of the entire fee paid. 
  • You can register here

Questions: For questions about our driver’s education or registration please call 763-600-5050


College and Military Visits

Upcoming visits from universities and colleges

Be sure to get a pass from the Student Services Department the day of the visit. Visits are only for 11th and 12th grade students. Students must sign up the day before the visit.. 

Universities and Colleges 

  • University of Minnesota, Duluth - November 8, 11:30


Military 

  • Army: 11:30 a.m. - 3rd Wednesday of every month

  • Marines: 11:30 a.m. -1p.m. - 4th Friday of every month

  • Minnesota Army National Guard: 11:30 a.m.-1p.m. Tuesdays


2018 Clubs and Activities 

MONDAYS

  • Bowling Club Mon 4:00-5:30pm & Matches 2:30 on Thursdays Bowlero     $50-register online Community Ed
  • Latino Club Mon 3-4pm room B106
  • Math Club Mon 3:05-4:15pm Room C-126      $75 online registration Sept.-March
  • World Cultures Mondays 3:00pm room C206     
  • Women for Change Mondays 3:00-4:15pm Room B130

TUESDAYS

  • Art Club Tuesday 3:00-3:45pm room B106
  • Black Student Union Tuesday 3:00-4:00pm room B208-B
  • Competitive Game      
  • Debate Team Tues, before or after school Room C212 $75 -online registration  MSHSL Activity
  • GSA Gender/Sexuality Alliance   Tuesdays Room number C209
  • Knowledge Bowl Tues & Fri. 3:00pm Upstairs Multipurpose Rm/Stad. Suite $50 online reg.
  • Science Olympiad Tues 3:00-5:00pm room B124 $75 online registration
  • Spark Group Tuesdays 7:30am room B138 (OEC room)
  • Speech Club Tuesday through Friday 3:00-4:30pm SLPHS Media Flex area, $75 MSHSL Activity
  • Yearbook Staff (Oasis) Tues and Thurs 3:00-4:00pm room B140 also computer lab room B109
  • Middle East Club Tuesdays   3:05pm room B208-D
  • Panther Mentors Every other Tuesday during SLP TIME - Fine Arts Center

WEDNESDAY

  • Debate Team Wed, before or after school Room C212, $75 -online registration  MSHSL Activity
  • Leo Club Wednesdays 3:00-4:00 p.m. Cafeteria

THURSDAYS

  • DECA                            Thursdays during Flex time room A116. $25- online registration
  • Debate Team                Thurs. before or after school Room C212. $75 -online registration   MSHSL Activity
  • FCCLA                          2nd and 4th Thursday of each month 3:05pm room B108. $25 online payment
  • Latino Club                  Thurs. 3-4pm room B106 October 11, 25 day of the dead party November 1  
  • Math Club                     Thurs 3:05-4:15pm Room C-126. $75 online registration Sept.-March
  • Science Olympiad        Room B124. $75 online registration         
  • Yearbook Staff (Oasis) Thurs 3:00-4:00pm room B140 also computer lab room B109

FRIDAYS

  • Prom Committee Fridays in room B208-D January-May
  • Student Council Fridays 7:30am room B200-B

SUNDAYS

  • SLP-FCA Fellowship of Christian Athletes   Sunday nights 6:30-7:45pm           Off-Campus Meetings.   Not just for athletes- all welcome

Daily (Seasonal)

  • OEC/HOSA Rooms B137 and B138 (Medical Missions Summer Trip-starts meeting in Jan) Fee for Trip varies,Various Days and Times  
  • One Act Play-Theater Dec-Feb MSHSL Activity for actors and tech. Fine Arts Center $50 online registration
  • Tech Crew Fine Arts Center-every day during each play $30 online reg. fall/winter each.
  • Theater (Fall /Spring) $50 online registration Fine Arts Center. Every day during season
  • Weight Training: Monday -Thursday Fall Wt. Room                                                     
    $25 per trimester register online add overspeed treadmill for $25 per trimester - optional  Weight Room- after school Winter & Spring every day M-F

 

SLPHS Student Announcements- Monday, October 22, 2018

Important Information

Full page and electronic announcements: ALL NEW 
Read past Student Announcements here

Fall Conference Tonight Monday, October 22, 4:30-7:00 p.m.

FCCLA members who want to help with the chalk drawing should meet in the foods room TUESDAY after school. (Monday and Tuesday in announcements)

FCCLA members attending the fall meeting on Thursday, should meet at the pool doors by 7:45 a.m. THURSDAY morning.  The bus is leaving at 7:50 a.m.!   (Run Mon, Tues, Wed)

FCCLA Meeting -Thursday at 3:05 p.m. in the Foods Room.

This week FCCLA is promoting their Stop the Violence program by having a week of respect with the theme” The “Paw”er of Respect.  Hidden around the school building are five panther paws on tag board 

 (5 ½ inches wide and 5 inches long) with the FCCLA logo stamped in the middle. 

Follow the clues to find the paws. 

When you find the paw (s) bring it to Miss Henry in the Culinary Arts Room B108 for a prize: 

Hidden in the high school are 5 panther paws to find, Look High and low, far and wide, and don’t forget behind! 

Here are the clues:

  1. One of the paws is hidden where most enjoy their meal, find this paw and it will be a good deal. 
  2. Another paw is hidden on the second floor in building C, I wonder if near foreign languages it could be? 
  3. A paw is hidden in plain view, in building A, find this paw and you will have a great day! 
  4. A paw is hidden where chemicals might be, Hmm, this might be, an obvious key! 
  5. A paw is hidden in a new flex space, be the first to find it and you will win the race!

Job Opportunities: The Student Services office post many businesses looking for help and assistance.  Check it out! If you are looking for some seasonal job opportunities check out the Schoology Group Code for SLP Job Board M4QNW-D9GQX.

Nutrition Services

Food Service Information and menus are available here

  • Jen Schulties Nutrition Services Manager at Spring Lake Park High School
  • Office: 763-600-5105  
  • Jschul@district16.org   
  • Follow us on Twitter @slphscafeteria

Fall Play - ALMOST MAINE - Directed by: Kevin Dutcher 
Welcome to Almost, Maine, a place that’s so far north, it’s almost not in the United States. It’s almost in Canada. And it’s not quite a town, because its residents never got around to getting organized. So, it almost doesn’t exist. One cold, clear, winter night, as the northern lights hover in the star-filled sky above, the residents of Almost, Maine, find themselves falling in and out of love in unexpected and hilarious ways. Knees are bruised. Hearts are broken. But the bruises heal, and the hearts mend—almost—in this delightful midwinter night’s dream. 

Performances 
Friday, October 26, 7 p.m. 
Sunday, October 28, 2 p.m.*  Matinée performances - all seats $5 
Saturday, November 3, 7 p.m. 
Sunday, November 4, 2 p.m.*  Matinée performances - all seats $5 
All performances take place in the Spring Lake Park High School Fine Arts Center at 1100 81st Ave NE, Spring Lake Park. Tickets will be available online or at the door, for a dollar more a ticket. 

Online ticket prices     Note: online ticket sales will close one hour prior to showtime. 
Adult $12      Senior $8      Student $5


Athletic Announcements

Spring Lake Park football will play here on Saturday afternoon. 

Congratulations receiving the #2 seed in Section 5AAAAA with that comes a 1st round bye and Suburban District Gold Sub-District Tri-Champions! New season begins today boys! 

Panthers 32 Forest Lake 7.

REGISTER ONLINE - Register online here

  • Spring Lake Park High School              www.springlakeparkschools.org
  • Northwest Suburban Conference         www.nwsconference.org
  • Minnesota State High School League   www.mshsl.org
  • SLP Athletic Twitter Account                @SLPPantherAth

Yearbooks

Online Early Bird Sales End Friday October 26, 2018, for credit card purchases on line. 
Base online price is $75 and will go up in $5 increments throughout the year until the actual price of $90. Purchase your yearbook here.

Yearbook Fundraising Opportunities - If you are looking for help to pay for a yearbook, we have a payment option available. Working at the concession stand on some weekends over the winter months may also be an option to work towards a yearbook. 
For more information stop and see Ms. Johnson in room B139 before or after school.


Senior Class 2019 Information 

Last Chance Senior Head Shot Day will this Wednesday, October 24, 2018, during 4th period lunch From 11:30-1:00pm) and academic times. ***IMPORTANT NOTE:  If you photo is NOT done by David Banks on this day, you will NOT be in the year book!
This is the absolute last day to have a professional head shot taken by David Bank Studios. 
This sitting is FREE!! Again, David Bank Studios is our official senior yearbook photographer and we are under contract to work with them.

Attention Class of 2019!!

We cannot stress enough that communications between the yearbook staff and seniors are vital during this final year of their high school career. 
Attendance in advisory and reading daily announcements will help you keep on top of due dates and special activities or events throughout the school year.

Information was mailed out in May of 2018 concerning your senior head shots for the yearbook.  

Senior Quotes must be completed by November 1, 2018.  Once the school year begins, online links will be provided.

Update to Senior Video!

The poll is now closed for the video voting. The winner of the song choice is ......... High School Musical from High School Musical 3: Senior Year, big shock. Now with the song chosen it is time to start video taping! We would like your help with this part as well. We would like you to take short 10-15s videos of you and your friends dancing, at school sporting event, and at activities you are in through school. You can share these videos with us through the Google Drive folder. Access the Google Drive folder here.

Please remember to keep it appropriate, and between 10-15s. I want to represent every senior in this video, so, if you do not submit a video with you in it will need to get my own or use a yearbook photo (probably the one from freshman year). So, please send your videos.


Driver's Education: Next Class is October 29-November 13

Safeway’s only focus is creating safe, responsible teen drivers. Classroom and behind-the-wheel lessons emphasize defensive driving techniques tailored for the inexperienced teen driver while targeting to influence the invincible teen attitude.

Classroom Sessions

  • Who: Students who are at least 14 1/2 years old by the time of the class
  • When: Classes are held four days a week in several sessions throughout the year 
  • Where: Spring Lake Park High School
  • Cost: $360
  • Register: Complete registration and pay online. Once registration is accepted and completed, there is a non-refundable $30 administration fee. No refunds will be issued after the first class; non-attendance is a forfeiture of the entire fee paid. 
  • You can register here

Questions: For questions about our driver’s education or registration please call 763-600-5050


College and Military Visits

Upcoming visits from universities and colleges

Be sure to get a pass from the Student Services Department the day of the visit. Visits are only for 12th-gradeh grade students. Students must sign up the day before the visit.. 

Universities and Colleges 

  • Bethel University - October 23, 12:00pm.

  • Grand Canyon University - October 23, 10 a.m.

  • Northern Michigan University - October 23, 12:30

  • University of Minnesota, Duluth - November 8, 11:30


Military 

  • Army: 11:30 a.m. - 3rd Wednesday of every month

  • Marines: 11:30 a.m. -1p.m. - 4th Friday of every month

  • Minnesota Army National Guard: 11:30 a.m.-1p.m. Tuesdays


2018 Clubs and Activities 

MONDAYS

  • Bowling Club Mon 4:00-5:30pm & Matches 2:30 on Thursdays Bowlero     $50-register online Community Ed
  • Latino Club Mon 3-4pm room B106
  • Math Club Mon 3:05-4:15pm Room C-126      $75 online registration Sept.-March
  • World Cultures Mondays 3:00pm room C206     
  • Women for Change Mondays 3:00-4:15pm Room B130

TUESDAYS

  • Art Club Tuesday 3:00-3:45pm room B106
  • Black Student Union Tuesday 3:00-4:00pm room B208-B
  • Competitive Game      
  • Debate Team Tues, before or after school Room C212 $75 -online registration  MSHSL Activity
  • GSA Gender/Sexuality Alliance   Tuesdays Room number C209
  • Knowledge Bowl Tues & Fri. 3:00pm Upstairs Multipurpose Rm/Stad. Suite $50 online reg.
  • Science Olympiad Tues 3:00-5:00pm room B124 $75 online registration
  • Spark Group Tuesdays 7:30am room B138 (OEC room)
  • Speech Club Tuesday through Friday 3:00-4:30pm SLPHS Media Flex area, $75 MSHSL Activity
  • Yearbook Staff (Oasis) Tues and Thurs 3:00-4:00pm room B140 also computer lab room B109
  • Middle East Club Tuesdays   3:05pm room B208-D
  • Panther Mentors Every other Tuesday during SLP TIME - Fine Arts Center

WEDNESDAY

  • Debate Team Wed, before or after school Room C212, $75 -online registration  MSHSL Activity
  • Leo Club Wednesdays 3:00-4:00 p.m. Cafeteria

THURSDAYS

  • DECA                            Thursdays during Flex time room A116. $25- online registration
  • Debate Team                Thurs. before or after school Room C212. $75 -online registration   MSHSL Activity
  • FCCLA                          2nd and 4th Thursday of each month 3:05pm room B108. $25 online payment
  • Latino Club                  Thurs. 3-4pm room B106 October 11, 25 day of the dead party November 1  
  • Math Club                     Thurs 3:05-4:15pm Room C-126. $75 online registration Sept.-March
  • Science Olympiad        Room B124. $75 online registration         
  • Yearbook Staff (Oasis) Thurs 3:00-4:00pm room B140 also computer lab room B109

FRIDAYS

  • Prom Committee Fridays in room B208-D January-May
  • Student Council Fridays 7:30am room B200-B

SUNDAYS

  • SLP-FCA Fellowship of Christian Athletes   Sunday nights 6:30-7:45pm           Off-Campus Meetings.   Not just for athletes- all welcome

Daily (Seasonal)

  • OEC/HOSA Rooms B137 and B138 (Medical Missions Summer Trip-starts meeting in Jan) Fee for Trip varies,Various Days and Times  
  • One Act Play-Theater Dec-Feb MSHSL Activity for actors and tech. Fine Arts Center $50 online registration
  • Tech Crew Fine Arts Center-every day during each play $30 online reg. fall/winter each.
  • Theater (Fall /Spring) $50 online registration Fine Arts Center. Every day during season
  • Weight Training: Monday -Thursday Fall Wt. Room                                                     
    $25 per trimester register online add overspeed treadmill for $25 per trimester - optional  Weight Room- after school Winter & Spring every day M-F
SLPHS Student Announcements - Friday, October 12, 2018

Important Information

No School October 15-19 - Conferences and MEA

Fall Conference Dates

  • Tuesday, October 16 4:30-7:00 p.m.
  • Wednesday, October 17 8-11 a.m. and 12-3 p.m.  ** Please note no conferences from 11-12 noon.
  • Monday, October 22, 4:30-7:00 p.m.

College Fair Today

This Friday, October 12, Minnesota Association of Counselors of Color (MNACC) will be hosting a College Fair for our students. 49 colleges will be in Panther Gym from 11:30-1:00. This event is primarily focused for juniors and seniors who are welcomed to attend during lunch, academic time, and any time during 4th hour as long as it is cleared with 4th hour teachers. Junior and senior teachers are welcomed to bring their entire class down during 4th hour if they choose. Freshmen and sophomores will be welcomed down only during their lunch.

Congratulations SLP Leos 
Over 125 Leos from Spring Lake Park, Rogers, Champlin Park and Coon Rapids High Schools met at Feed My Starving Children and packed 163 boxes that included 35,208 meals for the hungry throughout the world.  This hour and half of volunteer packing will feed 96 kids for a year!  35 Leos from Spring Lake Park participated. Awesome!

Yearbooks

On-line Early Bird Sales are open now through October 26, 2018, for credit card purchases. Base online price is $75 and will go up in $5 increments throughout the year until the actual price of $90.

Yearbook Fundraising Opportunities 

If you are looking for help to pay for a yearbook, we have a payment option available. Working at the concession stand on some weekends over the winter months may also be an option to work towards a yearbook.

For more information stop and see Ms. Johnson in room B139 before or after school.

Student Parking Permits

Must purchase online only

All students parking at the school must have parking permit. 

No Leaving or Ordering Food from Outside the school:

  • We have had an increase of students leaving the building during the school day. We want to reinforce that we have a CLOSED CAMPUS, which means students are not allowed to leave during the day without parent/guardian permission. It is a safety and liability issue for students to leave campus during the school day (including lunch).
  • Additionally, we want to reinforce that students CAN NOT have food delivered to the school.
  • Any food that is delivered for students will be held in the office until the end of the school day.

Nutrition Services

Food Service Info and menus can be found here.

  • Jen Schulties Nutrition Services Manager at Spring Lake Park High School
  • Office: 763-600-5105  
  • Jschul@district16.org   
  • Follow us on Twitter @slphscafeteria

Free & Reduced Price Meals

**A new application must be completed every year to continue meal benefits.

Your student's 2017-2018 Free or Reduced eligibility status will remain in effect until October 23, 2018 then will automatically change to full pay status for the 2018-2019 school year!  BE SURE TO REAPPLY!


Athletic Announcements

On Wednesday, Oct 10th the Cross-Country team spent the afternoon up in Elk River for our Conference meet. Everyone did great with the less than ideal conditions, but 3 of our athletes stood out and deserve a big CONGRATS!

These athletes were in the top 28 in the conference and got ALL-CONFERENCE!

Owen Erickson, grade 10           24th place with a time of 17:35

Kaitlyn Finnegan, grade 9          10th place with a time of 20:01

Jenna Terrio, grade 11               20th place with a time of 20:34 

  • REGISTER ONLINE https://springlakepark.feepay.com
  • Spring Lake Park High School              www.springlakeparkschools.org
  • Northwest Suburban Conference         www.nwsconference.org
  • Minnesota State High School League   www.mshsl.org
  • SLP Athletic Twitter Account                @SLPPantherAth

Senior Class 2019 Information 

Attention Class of 2019!!

We cannot stress enough that communications between the yearbook staff and seniors are vital during this final year of their high school career. 
Attendance in advisory and reading daily announcements will help you keep on top of due dates and special activities or events throughout the school year.

Information was mailed out in May of 2018 concerning your senior head shots for the yearbook.  

Senior Quotes must be completed by November 1, 2018.  Once the school year begins, online links will be provided.

Update to Senior Video!

The poll is now closed for the video voting. The winner of the song choice is ......... High School Musical from High School Musical 3: Senior Year, big shock. Now with the song chosen it is time to start video taping! We would like your help with this part as well. We would like you to take short 10-15s videos of you and your friends dancing, at school sporting event, and at activities you are in through school. You can share these videos with us through the google drive folder: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ThOmDpbncu0uxAVng_4yi_ntDJIUsNDP

Please remember to keep it appropriate, and between 10-15s. I want to represent every senior in this video, so, if you do not submit a video with you in it will need to get my own or use a yearbook photo (probably the one from freshman year). So, please send your videos.

Last Chance Senior Head Shot Day will be on Wednesday, October 24, 2018, during 4th period lunch and academic times. ***IMPORTANT NOTE:  If you photo is NOT done by David Banks on this day, you will NOT be in the year book!
This is the absolute last day to have a professional head shot taken by David Bank Studios. 
This sitting is FREE!! Again, David Bank Studios is our official senior yearbook photographer and we are under contract to work with them. Regular standard sitting fees start at $30.


Driver's Education: Next Class is October 29-November 13

Safeway’s only focus is creating safe, responsible teen drivers. Classroom and behind-the-wheel lessons emphasize defensive driving techniques tailored for the inexperienced teen driver while targeting to influence the invincible teen attitude.

Classroom Sessions

  • Who: Students who are at least 14 1/2 years old by the time of the class
  • When: Classes are held four days a week in several sessions throughout the year 
  • Where: Spring Lake Park High School
  • Cost: $360
  • Register: Complete registration and pay online. Once registration is accepted and completed, there is a non-refundable $30 administration fee. No refunds will be issued after the first class; non-attendance is a forfeiture of the entire fee paid. 
  • You can register here

Questions: For questions about our driver’s education or registration please call 763-600-5050


Upcoming Events:

Fall Play - ALMOST MAINE - Directed by: Kevin Dutcher 
Welcome to Almost, Maine, a place that’s so far north, it’s almost not in the United States. It’s almost in Canada. And it’s not quite a town, because its residents never got around to getting organized. So, it almost doesn’t exist. One cold, clear, winter night, as the northern lights hover in the star-filled sky above, the residents of Almost, Maine, find themselves falling in and out of love in unexpected and hilarious ways. Knees are bruised. Hearts are broken. But the bruises heal, and the hearts mend—almost—in this delightful midwinter night’s dream. 

Performances 
Friday, October 26, 7 p.m. 
Sunday, October 28, 2 p.m.*  Matinée performances - all seats $5 
Saturday, November 3, 7 p.m. 
Sunday, November 4, 2 p.m.*  Matinée performances - all seats $5 
All performances take place in the Spring Lake Park High School Fine Arts Center at 1100 81st Ave NE, Spring Lake Park. Tickets will be available online or at the door, for a dollar more a ticket. 

Online ticket prices     Note: online ticket sales will close one hour prior to showtime. 
Adult $12      Senior $8      Student $5


College and Military Visits

Justice Career Fair and Open House Thursday, October 18th from 6-8 p.m. 
Sponsored by Rasmussen College in Brooklyn Park

Representatives and recruiters from the following organizations will be at the Rasmussen College 8301 93rdAvenue N. Brooklyn Park, MN

Justice careers options with Anoka County Prosecution Office, Brooklyn Park Police, BCA of Minnesota (Bureau of Criminal Apprehension) Drug Enforcement Administration, Hennepin County Probation, FBI and some others.

Job Opportunities: The Student Services office post many businesses looking for help and assistance.  Check it out! If you are looking for some seasonal job opportunities check out the Schoology Group Code for SLP Job Board M4QNW-D9GQX.


Upcoming visits from universities and colleges

Be sure to get a pass from the Student Services Department the day of the visit. Visits are only for 12th-gradeh grade students. Students must sign up the day before the visit.. 

Universities and Colleges 

  • Bethel University - October 23, 12:00pm.

  • Grand Canyon University - October 23, 10 a.m.

  • Northern Michigan University - October 23, 12:30

  • University of Minnesota, Duluth - November 8, 11:30


Military 

  • Army: 11:30 a.m. - 3rd Wednesday of every month

  • Marines: 11:30 a.m. -1p.m. - 4th Friday of every month

  • Minnesota Army National Guard: 11:30 a.m.-1p.m. Tuesdays


2018 Clubs and Activities 

MONDAYS

  • Bowling Club Mon 4:00-5:30pm & Matches 2:30 on Thursdays Bowlero     $50-register online Community Ed
  • Latino Club Mon 3-4pm room B106
  • Math Club Mon 3:05-4:15pm Room C-126      $75 online registration Sept.-March
  • World Cultures Mondays 3:00pm room C206     
  • Women for Change Mondays 3:00-4:15pm Room B130

TUESDAYS

  • Art Club Tuesday 3:00-3:45pm room B106
  • Black Student Union Tuesday 3:00-4:00pm room B208-B
  • Competitive Game      
  • Debate Team Tues, before or after school Room C212 $75 -online registration  MSHSL Activity
  • GSA Gender/Sexuality Alliance   Tuesdays Room number C209
  • Knowledge Bowl Tues & Fri. 3:00pm Upstairs Multipurpose Rm/Stad. Suite $50 online reg.
  • Science Olympiad Tues 3:00-5:00pm room B124 $75 online registration
  • Spark Group Tuesdays 7:30am room B138 (OEC room)
  • Speech Club Tuesday through Friday 3:00-4:30pm SLPHS Media Flex area, $75 MSHSL Activity
  • Yearbook Staff (Oasis) Tues and Thurs 3:00-4:00pm room B140 also computer lab room B109
  • Middle East Club Tuesdays   3:05pm room B208-D
  • Panther Mentors Every other Tuesday during SLP TIME - Fine Arts Center

WEDNESDAY

  • Debate Team Wed, before or after school Room C212, $75 -online registration  MSHSL Activity
  • Leo Club Wednesdays 3:00-4:00 p.m. Cafeteria

THURSDAYS

  • DECA                            Thursdays during Flex time room A116. $25- online registration
  • Debate Team                Thurs. before or after school Room C212. $75 -online registration   MSHSL Activity
  • FCCLA                          2nd and 4th Thursday of each month 3:05pm room B108. $25 online payment
  • Latino Club                  Thurs. 3-4pm room B106 October 11, 25 day of the dead party November 1  
  • Math Club                     Thurs 3:05-4:15pm Room C-126. $75 online registration Sept.-March
  • Science Olympiad        Room B124. $75 online registration         
  • Yearbook Staff (Oasis) Thurs 3:00-4:00pm room B140 also computer lab room B109

FRIDAYS

  • Prom Committee Fridays in room B208-D January-May
  • Student Council Fridays 7:30am room B200-B

SUNDAYS

  • SLP-FCA Fellowship of Christian Athletes   Sunday nights 6:30-7:45pm           Off-Campus Meetings.   Not just for athletes- all welcome

Daily (Seasonal)

  • OEC/HOSA Rooms B137 and B138 (Medical Missions Summer Trip-starts meeting in Jan) Fee for Trip varies,Various Days and Times  
  • One Act Play-Theater Dec-Feb MSHSL Activity for actors and tech. Fine Arts Center $50 online registration
  • Tech Crew Fine Arts Center-every day during each play $30 online reg. fall/winter each.
  • Theater (Fall /Spring) $50 online registration Fine Arts Center. Every day during season
  • Weight Training: Monday -Thursday Fall Wt. Room                                                     
    $25 per trimester register online add overspeed treadmill for $25 per trimester - optional  Weight Room- after school Winter & Spring every day M-F

 

SLPHS Student Announcements – Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Important Information

It is essential that all students are in the building by 8:00 a.m. 

Absence Procedures - full day and leaving early

  • It is the student’s responsibility to have his/her parent or guardian call the school attendance office (763-600-5109) on the day of the student’s absence.
  • If it is not possible to call on the day of the absence, place the call as soon as possible.
  • This is a 24-hour telephone number and you may leave a message. When leaving a message, be sure to include the parent name, student name, grade, date of absence and the specific reason for the absence.
  • When a student returns to school following an absence, he/she should report directly to class.
  • After an absence of five (5) or more consecutive days, a physician’s statement will be required when a student returns to school.

When calling in for an early release

  • For doctor appointments please call 763-600-5109 at least 1 hour prior to picking up your student.
  • This gives the office staff time to write a pass, have your student pick up the pass in the main office and be ready to go at the specified time.

Fall Conference Dates

  • Tuesday, October 16 4:30-7:00 p.m.
  • Wednesday, October 17 8-11 a.m. and 12-3 p.m.  ** Please note no conferences from 11-12 noon.
  • Monday, October 22, 4:30-7:00 p.m.

Photo Retake

  • LifeTouch photo retake day is Tuesday, October 9, 2018. 
  • If you are having photos redone, you must bring your entire photo packet with you in full, no photos can be cut out.
  • All students must have a photo taken by LifeTouch
  • For more information stop and see Ms. Johnson in room B139 before or after school.


Upcoming Events

  • FCCLA Meeting THIS Thursday at 3:05pm in the Culinary Arts Foods Room. Membership is still open for anyone to join. Members can pay their dues online at Fee Pay until October 23rd. Popcorn sales brochures and money will be due at this meeting

  • College Fair on Friday: This Friday, October 12, Minnesota Association of Counselors of Color (MNACC) will be hosting a College Fair for our students. 49 colleges will be in Panther Gym from 11:30-1:00. This event is primarily focused for juniors and seniors who are welcomed to attend during lunch, academic time, and any time during 4th hour as long as it is cleared with 4th hour teachers. Junior and senior teachers are welcomed to bring their entire class down during 4th hour if they choose. Freshmen and sophomores will be welcomed down only during their lunch.


Senior Class 2019 Information

  • Senior Quotes (Date extended) must be completed by November 1, 2018. Once the school year begins, online links will be provided
  • Update to Seniors Video!
    The poll is now closed for the video voting. The winner of the song choice is ......... High School Musical from High School Musical 3: Senior Year, big shock. Now with the song chosen it is time to start videotaping! We would like your help with this part as well. We would like you to take short 10-15s videos of you and your friends dancing, at a school sporting event, and at activities, you are in through school. You can share these videos with us through the google drive folder: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ThOmDpbncu0uxAVng_4yi_ntDJIUsNDP
    please remember to keep it appropriate, and between 10-15s. I want to represent every senior in this video, so, if you do not submit a video with you in it will need to get my own or use a yearbook photo (probably the one from freshman year). So, please send your videos.

  • Attention Class of 2019!!
  • We cannot stress enough that communications between the yearbook staff and seniors are vital during this final year of their high school career.Attendance in advisory and reading daily announcements will help you keep on top of due dates and special activities or events throughout the school year.
  • Last Chance Senior Head Shot Day will be on Wednesday, October 24, 2018, during 4th period lunch and academic times. 
    ***IMPORTANT NOTE: If you photo is NOT done by David Banks on this day, you will NOT be in the yearbook!

  • This is the absolute last day to have a professional headshot taken by David Bank Studios.
  • This sitting is FREE!! Again, David Bank Studios is our official senior yearbook photographer and we are under contract to work with them. Regular standard sitting fees start at $30.
  • Information was mailed out in May of 2018 concerning your senior headshots for the yearbook.

     


Department and School Reminders

Student Parking Permits 

Click here to purchase online

No Leaving or Ordering Food from Outside the school

  • We have had an increase of students leaving the building during the school day.
  • We want to reinforce that we have a CLOSED CAMPUS, which means students are not allowed to leave during the day.
  • It is a safety and liability issue for students to leave campus during the school day (including lunch).
  • Additionally, we want to reinforce that students CAN NOT have food delivered to the school.  Student will not be called for food.
  • Any food that is delivered for students will be held in the office until the end of the school day.

Nutrition Services are always looking for feedback

  • Contact Jen Schulties Nutrition Services Manager at Spring Lake Park High School
    Office: 763-600-5105, Jschul@district16.org  
  • Follow us on Twitter @slphscafeteria

Free & Reduced Price Meals

**A new application must be completed every year to continue meal benefits.

  • Students who qualify for free or reduced meals by submitting a new application each school year will receive meals at no charge. We follow strict guidelines to protect a student's confidentiality. All kindergarten students are eligible for a free breakfast, paid for by the State of Minnesota.
     
  • Many of our school district families take advantage of this program offering free or reduced prices for school meals and activity fees. Some families qualify for this program because their household income has always or generally been below a given level. Others have taken advantage of this program because their household income is temporarily below a given level.
     
  • Your student's 2017-2018 Free or Reduced eligibility status will remain in effect until October 23, 2018 then will automatically change to full pay status for the 2018-2019 school year! BE SURE TO REAPPLY!

2018 Clubs and Activities listed by day

MONDAYS

  • Bowling Club Mon 4:00-5:30pm & Matches 2:30 on Thursdays Bowlero     $50-register online Community Ed
  • Latino Club Mon 3-4pm room B106
  • Math Club Mon 3:05-4:15pm Room C-126      $75 online registration Sept.-March
  • World Cultures Mondays 3:00pm room C206     
  • Women for Change Mondays 3:00-4:15pm Room B130

TUESDAYS

  • Art Club Tuesday 3:00-3:45pm room B106
  • Black Student Union Tuesday 3:00-4:00pm room B208-B
  • Competitive Game      
  • Debate Team Tues, before or after school Room C212 $75 -online registration  MSHSL Activity
  • GSA Gender/Sexuality Alliance   Tuesdays Room number C209
  • Knowledge Bowl Tues & Fri. 3:00pm Upstairs Multipurpose Rm/Stad. Suite $50 online reg.
  • Science Olympiad Tues 3:00-5:00pm room B124 $75 online registration
  • Spark Group Tuesdays 7:30am room B138 (OEC room)
  • Speech Club Tuesday through Friday 3:00-4:30pm SLPHS Media Flex area, $75 MSHSL Activity
  • Yearbook Staff (Oasis) Tues and Thurs 3:00-4:00pm room B140 also computer lab room B109
  • Middle East Club Tuesdays   3:05pm room B208-D
  • Panther Mentors Every other Tuesday during SLP TIME - Fine Arts Center

WEDNESDAY

  • Debate Team Wed, before or after school Room C212, $75 -online registration  MSHSL Activity
  • Leo Club Wednesdays 3:00-4:00 p.m. Cafeteria

THURSDAYS

FRIDAYS

  • Prom Committee Fridays in room B208-D January-May
  • Student Council Fridays 7:30am room B200-B

SUNDAYS

  • SLP-FCA Fellowship of Christian Athletes   Sunday nights 6:30-7:45pm           Off-Campus Meetings.   Not just for athletes- all welcome

Daily (Seasonal)

  • OEC/HOSA Rooms B137 and B138 (Medical Missions Summer Trip-starts meeting in Jan) Fee for Trip varies,Various Days and Times  
  • One Act Play-Theater Dec-Feb MSHSL Activity for actors and tech. Fine Arts Center $50 online registration
  • Tech Crew Fine Arts Center-every day during each play $30 online reg. fall/winter each.
  • Theater (Fall /Spring) $50 online registration Fine Arts Center. Every day during season
  • Weight Training: Monday -Thursday Fall Wt. Room                                                     
    $25 per trimester register online add overspeed treadmill for $25 per trimester - optional  Weight Room- after school Winter & Spring every day M-F

Club and Activity Announcements    

  • Driver's Education Spring Lake Park Schools Community Education offers teen driver’s education in cooperation with Safeway Driving School. Safeway Driving School has been graduating teen drivers in the Twin Cities area for over 40 years and their instructors are licensed by the Minnesota Department of Public Safety. Safeway’s only focus is creating safe, responsible teen drivers. Classroom and behind-the-wheel lessons emphasize defensive driving techniques tailored for the inexperienced teen driver while targeting to influence the invincible teen attitude.

    • Classroom Sessions

      • Who: Students who are at least 14 1/2 years old by the time of the class
      • When: Classes are held four days a week in several sessions throughout the year
      • Where: Spring Lake Park High School
      • Cost: $360
      • Register: Complete registration and pay online. Once registration is accepted and completed, there is a non-refundable $30 administration fee. No refunds will be issued after the first class; non-attendance is a forfeiture of the entire fee paid. You can register here: https://springlakepark.ce.eleyo.com/search?redirected_yet=true&sf[category]=85&sf[q]=&sf[sort]=name&v=list-view 
      • Questions: For questions about our driver’s education or registration please call 763-600-5050

College and Military Visits

Job Opportunities: The Student Services office post many businesses looking for help and assistance.  Check it out! If you are looking for some seasonal job opportunities check out the Schoology Group Code for SLP Job Board M4QNW-D9GQX.


Upcoming visits from universities and colleges

Be sure to get a pass from the Student Services Department the day of the visit. Visits are only for 12th-gradeh grade students. Students must sign up the day before the visit.. 

Universities and Colleges 

  • North Central University - Thursday, October 11 at 10am

  • Gustavus Adolphus College Thursday, October 11 @ 12:30

  • Bethel University - October 23, 12:00pm.

  • Northern Michigan University - October 23, 12:30

  • University of Minnesota, Duluth - November 8, 11:30


Military 

  • Army: 11:30am          3rd Wednesday of every month

  • Marines: 11:30-1pm    4th Friday of every month

  • Minnesota Army National Guard: 11:30-1pm Tuesdays


Athletic Announcements

Sports calendars of events

SLPHS Student Announcements – Monday, October 8, 2018

Important Information

It is essential that all students are in the building by 8:00 a.m. 

Absence Procedures - full day and leaving early

  • It is the student’s responsibility to have his/her parent or guardian call the school attendance office (763-600-5109) on the day of the student’s absence.
  • If it is not possible to call on the day of the absence, place the call as soon as possible.
  • This is a 24-hour telephone number and you may leave a message. When leaving a message, be sure to include the parent name, student name, grade, date of absence and the specific reason for the absence.
  • When a student returns to school following an absence, he/she should report directly to class.
  • After an absence of five (5) or more consecutive days, a physician’s statement will be required when a student returns to school.

When calling in for an early release

  • For doctor appointments please call 763-600-5109 at least 1 hour prior to picking up your student.
  • This gives the office staff time to write a pass, have your student pick up the pass in the main office and be ready to go at the specified time.

Fall Conference Dates

  • Tuesday, October 16 4:30-7:00 p.m.
  • Wednesday, October 17 8-11 a.m. and 12-3 p.m.  ** Please note no conferences from 11-12 noon.
  • Monday, October 22, 4:30-7:00 p.m.

Photo Retake

  • LifeTouch photo retake day is Tuesday, October 9, 2018. 
  • If you are having photos redone, you must bring your entire photo packet with you in full, no photos can be cut out.
  • All students must have a photo taken by LifeTouch
  • For more information stop and see Ms. Johnson in room B139 before or after school.


Upcoming Events

Homecoming Week: October 1 - 6

  • Homecoming Royalty: 

    • 9th Grade: Avery Dunbar and Nick Ojile

    • 10th Grade: Alea Zemlicka and Don Pham

    • 11th Grade: Julianna Jordan and Raul Solorio

    • 12th Grade: Queen Grace Tewalt and King Christian Streeter

  • Friday- Spirit Day  Tackle Cancer night:   At the game Friday October 5. Spring Lake Park vs. North St. Paul
  • Powder puff game Wednesday. is 5:45, at Panther Stadium. Free!
  • Coronation Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. in the Fine Arts Center.  Small fee
  • Tailgate- Friday 4:30- 6:30  (Money needed if you which to purchase foods or games)
  • Parade- Friday 5:30
  • Dance is Saturday from 7-10. All students must enter at door #29 the Café entrance. The is a fee and Spring Lake Park HS students only
  • ​​​​​​Tackle Cancer T-shirt sales for next week during lunch hour next Monday through Friday. T-shirts will be $15 a piece (cash or check).  The game is Friday, October 5.
  • Great job Bands with your Disney Concert series. You had a wonderful turn out for the Magical Moments with the Princess review. The FAC was packed.

Yearbooks

  • Online Early Bird Sales are open now through October 26, 2018, for credit card purchases. Base online price is $75 and will go up in $5 increments throughout the year until the actual price of $90.
  • Yearbook Fundraising Opportunities. If you are looking for help to pay for a yearbook, we have a payment option available. Working at the concession stand on some weekends over the winter months may also be an option to work towards a yearbook.
  • For more information stop and see Ms. Johnson in room B139 before or after school.

Senior Class 2019 Information

  • Senior Quotes must be completed by October 12, 2018. Once the school year begins, online links will be provided.
  • We cannot stress enough that communications between the yearbook staff and seniors are vital during this final year of their high school career. Attendance in advisory and reading daily announcements will help you keep on top of due dates and special activities or events throughout the school year.
  • Information was mailed out in May of 2018 concerning your senior headshots for the yearbook.
  • Last Chance Senior Head Shot Day will be on Wednesday, October 24, 2018, during 4th period lunch and academic times. 

***IMPORTANT NOTE: If your photo is NOT done by David Banks on this day, you will NOT be in the year book!

  • This is the absolute last day to have a professional head shot taken by David Bank Studios.
  • This sitting is FREE!! Again, David Bank Studios is our official senior yearbook photographer and we are under contract to work with them. Regular standard sitting fees start at $30.

Update to Senior Video

  • The poll is now closed for the video voting. The winner of the song choice is ......... High School Musical from High School Musical 3: Senior Year, big shock. Now with the song chosen it is time to start video taping!
  • We would like your help with this part as well. We would like you to take short 10-15s videos of you and your friends dancing, at school sporting event, and at activities you are in through school. You can share these videos with us through the google drive folder: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ThOmDpbncu0uxAVng_4yi_ntDJIUsNDP  please remember to keep it appropriate, and between 10-15s.
  • It would want to represent every senior in this video, so, if you do not submit a video with you in it will need to get my own or use a yearbook photo (probably the one from freshman year). So, please send your videos.

Department and School Reminders

Student Parking Permits 

Click here to purchase online

No Leaving or Ordering Food from Outside the school

  • We have had an increase of students leaving the building during the school day.
  • We want to reinforce that we have a CLOSED CAMPUS, which means students are not allowed to leave during the day.
  • It is a safety and liability issue for students to leave campus during the school day (including lunch).
  • Additionally, we want to reinforce that students CAN NOT have food delivered to the school.  Student will not be called for food.
  • Any food that is delivered for students will be held in the office until the end of the school day.

Nutrition Services are always looking for feedback

  • Contact Jen Schulties Nutrition Services Manager at Spring Lake Park High School
    Office: 763-600-5105, Jschul@district16.org  
  • Follow us on Twitter @slphscafeteria

Free & Reduced Price Meals

**A new application must be completed every year to continue meal benefits.

  • Students who qualify for free or reduced meals by submitting a new application each school year will receive meals at no charge. We follow strict guidelines to protect a student's confidentiality. All kindergarten students are eligible for a free breakfast, paid for by the State of Minnesota.
     
  • Many of our school district families take advantage of this program offering free or reduced prices for school meals and activity fees. Some families qualify for this program because their household income has always or generally been below a given level. Others have taken advantage of this program because their household income is temporarily below a given level.
     
  • Your student's 2017-2018 Free or Reduced eligibility status will remain in effect until October 23, 2018 then will automatically change to full pay status for the 2018-2019 school year! BE SURE TO REAPPLY!

2018 Clubs and Activities listed by day

MONDAYS

  • Bowling Club Mon 4:00-5:30pm & Matches 2:30 on Thursdays Bowlero     $50-register online Community Ed
  • Latino Club Mon 3-4pm room B106
  • Math Club Mon 3:05-4:15pm Room C-126      $75 online registration Sept.-March
  • World Cultures Mondays 3:00pm room C206     
  • Women for Change Mondays 3:00-4:15pm Room B130

TUESDAYS

  • Art Club Tuesday 3:00-3:45pm room B106
  • Black Student Union Tuesday 3:00-4:00pm room B208-B
  • Competitive Game      
  • Debate Team Tues, before or after school Room C212 $75 -online registration  MSHSL Activity
  • GSA Gender/Sexuality Alliance   Tuesdays Room number C209
  • Knowledge Bowl Tues & Fri. 3:00pm Upstairs Multipurpose Rm/Stad. Suite $50 online reg.
  • Science Olympiad Tues 3:00-5:00pm room B124 $75 online registration
  • Spark Group Tuesdays 7:30am room B138 (OEC room)
  • Speech Club Tuesday through Friday 3:00-4:30pm SLPHS Media Flex area, $75 MSHSL Activity
  • Yearbook Staff (Oasis) Tues and Thurs 3:00-4:00pm room B140 also computer lab room B109
  • Middle East Club Tuesdays   3:05pm room B208-D
  • Panther Mentors Every other Tuesday during SLP TIME - Fine Arts Center

WEDNESDAY

  • Debate Team Wed, before or after school Room C212, $75 -online registration  MSHSL Activity
  • Leo Club Wednesdays 3:00-4:00 p.m. Cafeteria

THURSDAYS

FRIDAYS

  • Prom Committee Fridays in room B208-D January-May
  • Student Council Fridays 7:30am room B200-B

SUNDAYS

  • SLP-FCA Fellowship of Christian Athletes   Sunday nights 6:30-7:45pm           Off-Campus Meetings.   Not just for athletes- all welcome

Daily (Seasonal)

  • OEC/HOSA Rooms B137 and B138 (Medical Missions Summer Trip-starts meeting in Jan) Fee for Trip varies,Various Days and Times  
  • One Act Play-Theater Dec-Feb MSHSL Activity for actors and tech. Fine Arts Center $50 online registration
  • Tech Crew Fine Arts Center-every day during each play $30 online reg. fall/winter each.
  • Theater (Fall /Spring) $50 online registration Fine Arts Center. Every day during season
  • Weight Training: Monday -Thursday Fall Wt. Room                                                     
    $25 per trimester register online add overspeed treadmill for $25 per trimester - optional  Weight Room- after school Winter & Spring every day M-F

Club and Activity Announcements    

  • After School Weight Room We will be lifting Mon, Tue and Thurs. Sign up on activities page on school web site

  • Debate Team will meet in room C212 on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday before or after school.

  • Math Team: First meeting: 3:10 p.m. Monday, Sep. 24th in Mr. Hilst's room (C126). Do you like puzzles, games, competition? Join the math team!

  • First GSA meeting of the year is Tuesday, October 2 from 3-4 p.m. in C209 (Ms. Todd 2's room). ALL ARE WELCOME!

  • Art Club meetings are in B106 (art room) Tuesdays 3:00-4:00 p.m. (Join us anytime during the month of Sept.)

  • Competitive Game Club: The first meeting day will be next Tuesday 09/18/18 in room C232 to discuss what the club is about and to recruit members.

  • Latino Club meetings are in B106 (art room) ... all cultures welcome Mondays 3:00-4:00pm   Advisor is Mrs. Ahrndt  All cultures are welcomed!
    October 4, 11, 25   on Thursdays   "day of the dead" November 1 Thursday party
    November 5, 12, 19, 26 on Mondays

  • FCCLA members remember to sign up on Fee Pay and pay your $25.00 dues!
     

  • FCCLA members who were not at the meeting this last Thursday and want to sell popcorn, can pick up a brochure from Miss Henry. Popcorn sales go until Thursday, October 11.

  • Driver's Education Spring Lake Park Schools Community Education offers teen driver’s education in cooperation with Safeway Driving School. Safeway Driving School has been graduating teen drivers in the Twin Cities area for over 40 years and their instructors are licensed by the Minnesota Department of Public Safety. Safeway’s only focus is creating safe, responsible teen drivers. Classroom and behind-the-wheel lessons emphasize defensive driving techniques tailored for the inexperienced teen driver while targeting to influence the invincible teen attitude.

    • Classroom Sessions

      • Who: Students who are at least 14 1/2 years old by the time of the class
      • When: Classes are held four days a week in several sessions throughout the year
      • Where: Spring Lake Park High School
      • Cost: $360
      • Register: Complete registration and pay online. Once registration is accepted and completed, there is a non-refundable $30 administration fee. No refunds will be issued after the first class; non-attendance is a forfeiture of the entire fee paid. You can register here: https://springlakepark.ce.eleyo.com/search?redirected_yet=true&sf[category]=85&sf[q]=&sf[sort]=name&v=list-view 
      • Questions: For questions about our driver’s education or registration please call 763-600-5050

College and Military Visits

Job Opportunities: The Student Services office post many businesses looking for help and assistance.  Check it out! If you are looking for some seasonal job opportunities check out the Schoology Group Code for SLP Job Board M4QNW-D9GQX.


Upcoming visits from universities and colleges

Be sure to get a pass from the Student Services Department the day of the visit. Visits are only for 12th-gradeh grade students. Students must sign up the day before the visit.. 

Universities and Colleges 

  • Winona State University October 4, 2018 at 12:00 p.m.
  • Gustavus Adolphus College Thursday, October 11 at 12:30 p.m.
  • Northern Michigan University - October 23 at 12:30 p.m.
  • University of Minnesota, Duluth - November 8 at 11:30 a.m.


Military 

  • Army: 11:30am          3rd Wednesday of every month

  • Marines: 11:30-1pm    4th Friday of every month

  • Minnesota Army National Guard: 11:30-1pm Tuesdays


Athletic Announcements

Sports calendars of events

SLPHS Student Announcements – Friday, October 5, 2018

Special Schedule Today

No outside guests are allowed at the pepfest today.  
We are at full capacity with our students
.


Important Information

It is essential that all students are in the building by 8:00 a.m. 

Absence Procedures - full day and leaving early

  • It is the student’s responsibility to have his/her parent or guardian call the school attendance office (763-600-5109) on the day of the student’s absence.
  • If it is not possible to call on the day of the absence, place the call as soon as possible.
  • This is a 24-hour telephone number and you may leave a message. When leaving a message, be sure to include the parent name, student name, grade, date of absence and the specific reason for the absence.
  • When a student returns to school following an absence, he/she should report directly to class.
  • After an absence of five (5) or more consecutive days, a physician’s statement will be required when a student returns to school.

When calling in for an early release

  • For doctor appointments please call 763-600-5109 at least 1 hour prior to picking up your student.
  • This gives the office staff time to write a pass, have your student pick up the pass in the main office and be ready to go at the specified time.

Fall Conference Dates

  • Tuesday, October 16 4:30-7:00 p.m.
  • Wednesday, October 17 8-11 a.m. and 12-3 p.m.  ** Please note no conferences from 11-12 noon.
  • Monday, October 22, 4:30-7:00 p.m.

Photo Retake

  • LifeTouch photo retake day is Tuesday, October 9, 2018. 
  • If you are having photos redone, you must bring your entire photo packet with you in full, no photos can be cut out.
  • All students must have a photo taken by LifeTouch

Upcoming Events

Homecoming Week: October 1 - 6

  • Homecoming Royalty: 

    • 9th Grade: Avery Dunbar and Nick Ojile

    • 10th Grade: Alea Zemlicka and Don Pham

    • 11th Grade: Julianna Jordan and Raul Solorio

    • 12th Grade: Queen Grace Tewalt and King Christian Streeter

  • Friday- Spirit Day  Tackle Cancer night:   At the game Friday October 5. Spring Lake Park vs. North St. Paul
  • Powder puff game Wednesday. is 5:45, at Panther Stadium. Free!
  • Coronation Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. in the Fine Arts Center.  Small fee
  • Tailgate- Friday 4:30- 6:30  (Money needed if you which to purchase foods or games)
  • Parade- Friday 5:30
  • Dance is Saturday from 7-10. All students must enter at door #29 the Café entrance. The is a fee and Spring Lake Park HS students only
  • ​​​​​​Tackle Cancer T-shirt sales for next week during lunch hour next Monday through Friday. T-shirts will be $15 a piece (cash or check).  The game is Friday, October 5.
  • Great job Bands with your Disney Concert series. You had a wonderful turn out for the Magical Moments with the Princess review. The FAC was packed.

Yearbooks

  • Online Early Bird Sales are open now through October 26, 2018, for credit card purchases. Base online price is $75 and will go up in $5 increments throughout the year until the actual price of $90.
  • Yearbook Fundraising Opportunities. If you are looking for help to pay for a yearbook, we have a payment option available. Working at the concession stand on some weekends over the winter months may also be an option to work towards a yearbook.
  • For more information stop and see Ms. Johnson in room B139 before or after school.

Senior Class 2019 Information

  • Senior Quotes must be completed by October 12, 2018. Once the school year begins, online links will be provided.
  • We cannot stress enough that communications between the yearbook staff and seniors are vital during this final year of their high school career. Attendance in advisory and reading daily announcements will help you keep on top of due dates and special activities or events throughout the school year.
  • Information was mailed out in May of 2018 concerning your senior headshots for the yearbook.
  • Last Chance Senior Head Shot Day will be on Wednesday, October 24, 2018, during 4th period lunch and academic times. 

***IMPORTANT NOTE: If your photo is NOT done by David Banks on this day, you will NOT be in the year book!

  • This is the absolute last day to have a professional head shot taken by David Bank Studios.
  • This sitting is FREE!! Again, David Bank Studios is our official senior yearbook photographer and we are under contract to work with them. Regular standard sitting fees start at $30.

Senior Video

  • This is our last year in high school-- make sure they do not forget us! Let's make a video showing everyone all that we've accomplished here!
  • A small group of students are planning on creating a "music video" to do just that. We would like to make a lip synching video to one of two songs; you can vote for your favorite at https://goo.gl/forms/hYKP6wiCWz9s6gy72.
  • To make this music video great we want to get help from all of you. We are looking for people that want to help plan this out and be "Directors." You will be recording short videos (10-25 seconds) of yourself and others having fun.
  • If you want more information about helping out on this project, please contact Mack Latham by email: 19mlatha@mypanthers.org or speak with Ms. Hiatt in room C211.

Department and School Reminders

Student Parking Permits 

Click here to purchase online

No Leaving or Ordering Food from Outside the school

  • We have had an increase of students leaving the building during the school day.
  • We want to reinforce that we have a CLOSED CAMPUS, which means students are not allowed to leave during the day.
  • It is a safety and liability issue for students to leave campus during the school day (including lunch).
  • Additionally, we want to reinforce that students CAN NOT have food delivered to the school.  Student will not be called for food.
  • Any food that is delivered for students will be held in the office until the end of the school day.

Nutrition Services are always looking for feedback

  • Contact Jen Schulties Nutrition Services Manager at Spring Lake Park High School
    Office: 763-600-5105, Jschul@district16.org  
  • Follow us on Twitter @slphscafeteria

Free & Reduced Price Meals

**A new application must be completed every year to continue meal benefits.

  • Students who qualify for free or reduced meals by submitting a new application each school year will receive meals at no charge. We follow strict guidelines to protect a student's confidentiality. All kindergarten students are eligible for a free breakfast, paid for by the State of Minnesota.
     
  • Many of our school district families take advantage of this program offering free or reduced prices for school meals and activity fees. Some families qualify for this program because their household income has always or generally been below a given level. Others have taken advantage of this program because their household income is temporarily below a given level.
     
  • Your student's 2017-2018 Free or Reduced eligibility status will remain in effect until October 23, 2018 then will automatically change to full pay status for the 2018-2019 school year! BE SURE TO REAPPLY!

2018 Clubs and Activities listed by day

MONDAYS

  • Bowling Club Mon 4:00-5:30pm & Matches 2:30 on Thursdays Bowlero     $50-register online Community Ed
  • Latino Club Mon 3-4pm room B106
  • Math Club Mon 3:05-4:15pm Room C-126      $75 online registration Sept.-March
  • World Cultures Mondays 3:00pm room C206     
  • Women for Change Mondays 3:00-4:15pm Room B130

TUESDAYS

  • Art Club Tuesday 3:00-3:45pm room B106
  • Black Student Union Tuesday 3:00-4:00pm room B208-B
  • Competitive Game      
  • Debate Team Tues, before or after school Room C212 $75 -online registration  MSHSL Activity
  • GSA Gender/Sexuality Alliance   Tuesdays Room number C209
  • Knowledge Bowl Tues & Fri. 3:00pm Upstairs Multipurpose Rm/Stad. Suite $50 online reg.
  • Science Olympiad Tues 3:00-5:00pm room B124 $75 online registration
  • Spark Group Tuesdays 7:30am room B138 (OEC room)
  • Speech Club Tuesday through Friday 3:00-4:30pm SLPHS Media Flex area, $75 MSHSL Activity
  • Yearbook Staff (Oasis) Tues and Thurs 3:00-4:00pm room B140 also computer lab room B109
  • Middle East Club Tuesdays   3:05pm room B208-D
  • Panther Mentors Every other Tuesday during SLP TIME - Fine Arts Center

WEDNESDAY

  • Debate Team Wed, before or after school Room C212, $75 -online registration  MSHSL Activity
  • Leo Club Wednesdays 3:00-4:00 p.m. Cafeteria

THURSDAYS

FRIDAYS

  • Prom Committee Fridays in room B208-D January-May
  • Student Council Fridays 7:30am room B200-B

SUNDAYS

  • SLP-FCA Fellowship of Christian Athletes   Sunday nights 6:30-7:45pm           Off-Campus Meetings.   Not just for athletes- all welcome

Daily (Seasonal)

  • OEC/HOSA Rooms B137 and B138 (Medical Missions Summer Trip-starts meeting in Jan) Fee for Trip varies,Various Days and Times  
  • One Act Play-Theater Dec-Feb MSHSL Activity for actors and tech. Fine Arts Center $50 online registration
  • Tech Crew Fine Arts Center-every day during each play $30 online reg. fall/winter each.
  • Theater (Fall /Spring) $50 online registration Fine Arts Center. Every day during season
  • Weight Training: Monday -Thursday Fall Wt. Room                                                     
    $25 per trimester register online add overspeed treadmill for $25 per trimester - optional  Weight Room- after school Winter & Spring every day M-F

Club and Activity Announcements    

  • After School Weight Room We will be lifting Mon, Tue and Thurs. Sign up on activities page on school web site

  • Debate Team will meet in room C212 on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday before or after school.

  • Math Team: First meeting: 3:10 p.m. Monday, Sep. 24th in Mr. Hilst's room (C126). Do you like puzzles, games, competition? Join the math team!

  • First GSA meeting of the year is Tuesday, October 2 from 3-4 p.m. in C209 (Ms. Todd 2's room). ALL ARE WELCOME!

  • Art Club meetings are in B106 (art room) Tuesdays 3:00-4:00 p.m. (Join us anytime during the month of Sept.)

  • Competitive Game Club: The first meeting day will be next Tuesday 09/18/18 in room C232 to discuss what the club is about and to recruit members.

  • Latino Club meetings are in B106 (art room) ... all cultures welcome Mondays 3:00-4:00pm   Advisor is Mrs. Ahrndt  All cultures are welcomed!
    October 4, 11, 25   on Thursdays   "day of the dead" November 1 Thursday party
    November 5, 12, 19, 26 on Mondays

  • FCCLA members remember to sign up on Fee Pay and pay your $25.00 dues!
     

  • FCCLA members who were not at the meeting this last Thursday and want to sell popcorn, can pick up a brochure from Miss Henry. Popcorn sales go until Thursday, October 11.

  • Driver's Education Spring Lake Park Schools Community Education offers teen driver’s education in cooperation with Safeway Driving School. Safeway Driving School has been graduating teen drivers in the Twin Cities area for over 40 years and their instructors are licensed by the Minnesota Department of Public Safety. Safeway’s only focus is creating safe, responsible teen drivers. Classroom and behind-the-wheel lessons emphasize defensive driving techniques tailored for the inexperienced teen driver while targeting to influence the invincible teen attitude.

    • Classroom Sessions

      • Who: Students who are at least 14 1/2 years old by the time of the class
      • When: Classes are held four days a week in several sessions throughout the year
      • Where: Spring Lake Park High School
      • Cost: $360
      • Register: Complete registration and pay online. Once registration is accepted and completed, there is a non-refundable $30 administration fee. No refunds will be issued after the first class; non-attendance is a forfeiture of the entire fee paid. You can register here: https://springlakepark.ce.eleyo.com/search?redirected_yet=true&sf[category]=85&sf[q]=&sf[sort]=name&v=list-view 
      • Questions: For questions about our driver’s education or registration please call 763-600-5050

College and Military Visits

Job Opportunities: The Student Services office post many businesses looking for help and assistance.  Check it out! If you are looking for some seasonal job opportunities check out the Schoology Group Code for SLP Job Board M4QNW-D9GQX.


Upcoming visits from universities and colleges

Be sure to get a pass from the Student Services Department the day of the visit. Visits are only for 12th-gradeh grade students. Students must sign up the day before the visit.. 

Universities and Colleges 

  • Winona State University October 4, 2018 at 12:00 p.m.
  • Gustavus Adolphus College Thursday, October 11 at 12:30 p.m.
  • Northern Michigan University - October 23 at 12:30 p.m.
  • University of Minnesota, Duluth - November 8 at 11:30 a.m.


Military 

  • Army: 11:30am          3rd Wednesday of every month

  • Marines: 11:30-1pm    4th Friday of every month

  • Minnesota Army National Guard: 11:30-1pm Tuesdays


Athletic Announcements

Sports calendars of events

SLPHS Student Announcements – Thursday, October 4, 2018

Important Information

It is essential that all students are in the building by 8:00 a.m. 

Absence Procedures - full day and leaving early

  • It is the student’s responsibility to have his/her parent or guardian call the school attendance office (763-600-5109) on the day of the student’s absence.
  • If it is not possible to call on the day of the absence, place the call as soon as possible.
  • This is a 24-hour telephone number and you may leave a message. When leaving a message, be sure to include the parent name, student name, grade, date of absence and the specific reason for the absence.
  • When a student returns to school following an absence, he/she should report directly to class.
  • After an absence of five (5) or more consecutive days, a physician’s statement will be required when a student returns to school.

When calling in for an early release

  • For doctor appointments please call 763-600-5109 at least 1 hour prior to picking up your student.
  • This gives the office staff time to write a pass, have your student pick up the pass in the main office and be ready to go at the specified time.

Fall Conference Dates

  • Tuesday, October 16 4:30-7:00 p.m.
  • Wednesday, October 17 8-11 a.m. and 12-3 p.m.  ** Please note no conferences from 11-12 noon.
  • Monday, October 22, 4:30-7:00 p.m.

Photo Retake

  • LifeTouch photo retake day is Tuesday, October 9, 2018. 
  • If you are having photos redone, you must bring your entire photo packet with you in full, no photos can be cut out.
  • All students must have a photo taken by LifeTouch

Upcoming Events

Homecoming Week: October 1 - 6

  • Homecoming Royalty: 

    • 9th Grade: Avery Dunbar and Nick Ojile

    • 10th Grade: Alea Zemlicka and Don Pham

    • 11th Grade: Julianna Jordan and Raul Solorio

    • 12th Grade: Queen Grace Tewalt and King Christian Streeter

  • Friday- Spirit Day  Tackle Cancer night:   At the game Friday October 5. Spring Lake Park vs. North St. Paul
  • Powder puff game Wednesday. is 5:45, at Panther Stadium. Free!
  • Coronation Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. in the Fine Arts Center.  Small fee
  • Tailgate- Friday 4:30- 6:30  (Money needed if you which to purchase foods or games)
  • Parade- Friday 5:30
  • Dance is Saturday from 7-10. All students must enter at door #29 the Café entrance. The is a fee and Spring Lake Park HS students only
  • ​​​​​​Tackle Cancer T-shirt sales for next week during lunch hour next Monday through Friday. T-shirts will be $15 a piece (cash or check).  The game is Friday, October 5.
  • Great job Bands with your Disney Concert series. You had a wonderful turn out for the Magical Moments with the Princess review. The FAC was packed.

Yearbooks

  • Online Early Bird Sales are open now through October 26, 2018, for credit card purchases. Base online price is $75 and will go up in $5 increments throughout the year until the actual price of $90.
  • Yearbook Fundraising Opportunities. If you are looking for help to pay for a yearbook, we have a payment option available. Working at the concession stand on some weekends over the winter months may also be an option to work towards a yearbook.
  • For more information stop and see Ms. Johnson in room B139 before or after school.

Senior Class 2019 Information

  • Senior Quotes must be completed by October 12, 2018. Once the school year begins, online links will be provided.
  • We cannot stress enough that communications between the yearbook staff and seniors are vital during this final year of their high school career. Attendance in advisory and reading daily announcements will help you keep on top of due dates and special activities or events throughout the school year.
  • Information was mailed out in May of 2018 concerning your senior headshots for the yearbook.
  • Last Chance Senior Head Shot Day will be on Wednesday, October 24, 2018, during 4th period lunch and academic times. 

***IMPORTANT NOTE: If your photo is NOT done by David Banks on this day, you will NOT be in the year book!

  • This is the absolute last day to have a professional head shot taken by David Bank Studios.
  • This sitting is FREE!! Again, David Bank Studios is our official senior yearbook photographer and we are under contract to work with them. Regular standard sitting fees start at $30.

Senior Video

  • This is our last year in high school-- make sure they do not forget us! Let's make a video showing everyone all that we've accomplished here!
  • A small group of students are planning on creating a "music video" to do just that. We would like to make a lip synching video to one of two songs; you can vote for your favorite at https://goo.gl/forms/hYKP6wiCWz9s6gy72.
  • To make this music video great we want to get help from all of you. We are looking for people that want to help plan this out and be "Directors." You will be recording short videos (10-25 seconds) of yourself and others having fun.
  • If you want more information about helping out on this project, please contact Mack Latham by email: 19mlatha@mypanthers.org or speak with Ms. Hiatt in room C211.

Department and School Reminders

No Leaving or Ordering Food from Outside the school

  • We have had an increase of students leaving the building during the school day.
  • We want to reinforce that we have a CLOSED CAMPUS, which means students are not allowed to leave during the day.
  • It is a safety and liability issue for students to leave campus during the school day (including lunch).
  • Additionally, we want to reinforce that students CAN NOT have food delivered to the school.  Student will not be called for food.
  • Any food that is delivered for students will be held in the office until the end of the school day.

Nutrition Services are always looking for feedback

  • Contact Jen Schulties Nutrition Services Manager at Spring Lake Park High School
    Office: 763-600-5105, Jschul@district16.org  
  • Follow us on Twitter @slphscafeteria

Free & Reduced Price Meals

**A new application must be completed every year to continue meal benefits.

  • Students who qualify for free or reduced meals by submitting a new application each school year will receive meals at no charge. We follow strict guidelines to protect a student's confidentiality. All kindergarten students are eligible for a free breakfast, paid for by the State of Minnesota.
     
  • Many of our school district families take advantage of this program offering free or reduced prices for school meals and activity fees. Some families qualify for this program because their household income has always or generally been below a given level. Others have taken advantage of this program because their household income is temporarily below a given level.
     
  • Your student's 2017-2018 Free or Reduced eligibility status will remain in effect until October 23, 2018 then will automatically change to full pay status for the 2018-2019 school year! BE SURE TO REAPPLY!

Club and Activity Announcements    

  • After School Weight Room We will be lifting Mon, Tue and Thurs. Sign up on activities page on school web site

  • Debate Team will meet in room C212 on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday before or after school.

  • Math Team: First meeting: 3:10 p.m. Monday, Sep. 24th in Mr. Hilst's room (C126). Do you like puzzles, games, competition? Join the math team!

  • First GSA meeting of the year is Tuesday, October 2 from 3-4 p.m. in C209 (Ms. Todd 2's room). ALL ARE WELCOME!

  • Art Club meetings are in B106 (art room) Tuesdays 3:00-4:00 p.m. (Join us anytime during the month of Sept.)

  • Competitive Game Club: The first meeting day will be next Tuesday 09/18/18 in room C232 to discuss what the club is about and to recruit members.

  • Latino Club meetings are in B106 (art room) ... all cultures welcome Mondays 3:00-4:00pm   Advisor is Mrs. Ahrndt  All cultures are welcomed!
    October 4, 11, 25   on Thursdays   "day of the dead" November 1 Thursday party
    November 5, 12, 19, 26 on Mondays

  • Driver's Education Spring Lake Park Schools Community Education offers teen driver’s education in cooperation with Safeway Driving School. Safeway Driving School has been graduating teen drivers in the Twin Cities area for over 40 years and their instructors are licensed by the Minnesota Department of Public Safety. Safeway’s only focus is creating safe, responsible teen drivers. Classroom and behind-the-wheel lessons emphasize defensive driving techniques tailored for the inexperienced teen driver while targeting to influence the invincible teen attitude.

    • Classroom Sessions

      • Who: Students who are at least 14 1/2 years old by the time of the class
      • When: Classes are held four days a week in several sessions throughout the year
      • Where: Spring Lake Park High School
      • Cost: $360
      • Register: Complete registration and pay online. Once registration is accepted and completed, there is a non-refundable $30 administration fee. No refunds will be issued after the first class; non-attendance is a forfeiture of the entire fee paid. You can register here: https://springlakepark.ce.eleyo.com/search?redirected_yet=true&sf[category]=85&sf[q]=&sf[sort]=name&v=list-view 
      • Questions: For questions about our driver’s education or registration please call 763-600-5050

College and Military Visits

Job Opportunities: The Student Services office post many businesses looking for help and assistance.  Check it out! If you are looking for some seasonal job opportunities check out the Schoology Group Code for SLP Job Board M4QNW-D9GQX.


Upcoming visits from universities and colleges

Be sure to get a pass from the Student Services Department the day of the visit. Visits are only for 12th-gradeh grade students. Students must sign up the day before the visit.. 

Universities and Colleges 

  • Winona State University October 4, 2018 at 12:00 p.m.
  • Gustavus Adolphus College Thursday, October 11 at 12:30 p.m.
  • Northern Michigan University - October 23 at 12:30 p.m.
  • University of Minnesota, Duluth - November 8 at 11:30 a.m.


Military 

  • Army: 11:30am          3rd Wednesday of every month

  • Marines: 11:30-1pm    4th Friday of every month

  • Minnesota Army National Guard: 11:30-1pm Tuesdays


Athletic Announcements

Sports calendars of events

SLPHS Student Announcements – Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Important Information

It is essential that all students are in the building by 8:00 a.m. 

Absence Procedures - full day and leaving early

  • It is the student’s responsibility to have his/her parent or guardian call the school attendance office (763-600-5109) on the day of the student’s absence.
  • If it is not possible to call on the day of the absence, place the call as soon as possible.
  • This is a 24-hour telephone number and you may leave a message. When leaving a message, be sure to include the parent name, student name, grade, date of absence and the specific reason for the absence.
  • When a student returns to school following an absence, he/she should report directly to class.
  • After an absence of five (5) or more consecutive days, a physician’s statement will be required when a student returns to school.

When calling in for an early release

  • For doctor appointments please call 763-600-5109 at least 1 hour prior to picking up your student.
  • This gives the office staff time to write a pass, have your student pick up the pass in the main office and be ready to go at the specified time.

Fall Conference Dates

  • Tuesday, October 16 4:30-7:00 p.m.
  • Wednesday, October 17 8-11 a.m. and 12-3 p.m.  ** Please not no conferences from 11-12 noon.
  • Monday, October 22, 4:30-7:00 p.m.

Upcoming Events

Homecoming Week: October 1 - 6

  • Dress-Up Days
    • Thursday- Meme Day
    • Friday- Spirit Day  Tackle Cancer night:   At the game Friday October 5. Spring Lake Park vs. North St. Paul
  • Powder puff game Wednesday. is 5:45, at Panther Stadium. Free!
  • Coronation Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. in the Fine Arts Center.  Small fee
  • Tailgate- Friday 4:30- 6:30  (Money needed if you which to purchase foods or games)
  • Parade- Friday 5:30
  • Dance is Saturday from 7-10. All students must enter at door #29 the Café entrance. The is a fee and Spring Lake Park HS students only
  • ​​​​​​Tackle Cancer T-shirt sales for next week during lunch hour next Monday through Friday. T-shirts will be $15 a piece (cash or check).  The game is Friday, October 5.
  • Great job Bands with your Disney Concert series. You had a wonderful turn out for the Magical Moments with the Princess review. The FAC was packed.

Yearbooks

  • Online Early Bird Sales are open now through October 26, 2018, for credit card purchases. Base online price is $75 and will go up in $5 increments throughout the year until the actual price of $90.
  • Yearbook Fundraising Opportunities. If you are looking for help to pay for a yearbook, we have a payment option available. Working at the concession stand on some weekends over the winter months may also be an option to work towards a yearbook.
  • For more information stop and see Ms. Johnson in room B139 before or after school.

Senior Class 2019 Information

  • Senior Quotes must be completed by October 12, 2018. Once the school year begins, online links will be provided.
  • We cannot stress enough that communications between the yearbook staff and seniors are vital during this final year of their high school career. Attendance in advisory and reading daily announcements will help you keep on top of due dates and special activities or events throughout the school year.
  • Information was mailed out in May of 2018 concerning your senior headshots for the yearbook.
  • Last Chance Senior Head Shot Day will be on Wednesday, October 24, 2018, during 4th period lunch and academic times. 

***IMPORTANT NOTE: If your photo is NOT done by David Banks on this day, you will NOT be in the year book!

  • This is the absolute last day to have a professional head shot taken by David Bank Studios.
  • This sitting is FREE!! Again, David Bank Studios is our official senior yearbook photographer and we are under contract to work with them. Regular standard sitting fees start at $30.

Senior Video

  • This is our last year in high school-- make sure they do not forget us! Let's make a video showing everyone all that we've accomplished here!
  • A small group of students are planning on creating a "music video" to do just that. We would like to make a lip synching video to one of two songs; you can vote for your favorite at https://goo.gl/forms/hYKP6wiCWz9s6gy72.
  • To make this music video great we want to get help from all of you. We are looking for people that want to help plan this out and be "Directors." You will be recording short videos (10-25 seconds) of yourself and others having fun.
  • If you want more information about helping out on this project, please contact Mack Latham by email: 19mlatha@mypanthers.org or speak with Ms. Hiatt in room C211.

Department and School Reminders

No Leaving or Ordering Food from Outside the school

  • We have had an increase of students leaving the building during the school day.
  • We want to reinforce that we have a CLOSED CAMPUS, which means students are not allowed to leave during the day.
  • It is a safety and liability issue for students to leave campus during the school day (including lunch).
  • Additionally, we want to reinforce that students CAN NOT have food delivered to the school.  Student will not be called for food.
  • Any food that is delivered for students will be held in the office until the end of the school day.

Nutrition Services are always looking for feedback

  • Contact Jen Schulties Nutrition Services Manager at Spring Lake Park High School
    Office: 763-600-5105, Jschul@district16.org  
  • Follow us on Twitter @slphscafeteria

Free & Reduced Price Meals

**A new application must be completed every year to continue meal benefits.

  • Students who qualify for free or reduced meals by submitting a new application each school year will receive meals at no charge. We follow strict guidelines to protect a student's confidentiality. All kindergarten students are eligible for a free breakfast, paid for by the State of Minnesota.
     
  • Many of our school district families take advantage of this program offering free or reduced prices for school meals and activity fees. Some families qualify for this program because their household income has always or generally been below a given level. Others have taken advantage of this program because their household income is temporarily below a given level.
     
  • Your student's 2017-2018 Free or Reduced eligibility status will remain in effect until October 23, 2018 then will automatically change to full pay status for the 2018-2019 school year! BE SURE TO REAPPLY!

Club and Activity Announcements    

  • After School Weight Room We will be lifting Mon, Tue and Thurs. Sign up on activities page on school web site

  • Debate Team will meet in room C212 on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday before or after school.

  • Math Team: First meeting: 3:10 p.m. Monday, Sep. 24th in Mr. Hilst's room (C126). Do you like puzzles, games, competition? Join the math team!

  • First GSA meeting of the year is Tuesday, October 2 from 3-4 p.m. in C209 (Ms. Todd 2's room). ALL ARE WELCOME!

  • Art Club meetings are in B106 (art room) Tuesdays 3:00-4:00 p.m. (Join us anytime during the month of Sept.)

  • Competitive Game Club: The first meeting day will be next Tuesday 09/18/18 in room C232 to discuss what the club is about and to recruit members.

  • Latino Club meetings are in B106 (art room) ... all cultures welcome Mondays 3:00-4:00pm   Advisor is Mrs. Ahrndt  All cultures are welcomed!
    October 4, 11, 25   on Thursdays   "day of the dead" November 1 Thursday party
    November 5, 12, 19, 26 on Mondays

  • Driver's Education Spring Lake Park Schools Community Education offers teen driver’s education in cooperation with Safeway Driving School. Safeway Driving School has been graduating teen drivers in the Twin Cities area for over 40 years and their instructors are licensed by the Minnesota Department of Public Safety. Safeway’s only focus is creating safe, responsible teen drivers. Classroom and behind-the-wheel lessons emphasize defensive driving techniques tailored for the inexperienced teen driver while targeting to influence the invincible teen attitude.

    • Classroom Sessions

      • Who: Students who are at least 14 1/2 years old by the time of the class
      • When: Classes are held four days a week in several sessions throughout the year
      • Where: Spring Lake Park High School
      • Cost: $360
      • Register: Complete registration and pay online. Once registration is accepted and completed, there is a non-refundable $30 administration fee. No refunds will be issued after the first class; non-attendance is a forfeiture of the entire fee paid. 
      • Questions: For questions about our driver’s education or registration please call 763-600-5050

College and Military Visits

Job Opportunities: The Student Services office post many businesses looking for help and assistance.  Check it out! If you are looking for some seasonal job opportunities check out the Schoology Group Code for SLP Job Board M4QNW-D9GQX.


Upcoming visits from universities and colleges

Be sure to get a pass from the Student Services Department the day of the visit. Visits are only for 12th-gradeh grade students. Students must sign up the day before the visit.. 

Universities and Colleges 

  • Winona State University October 4, 2018 at 12:00 p.m.
  • Gustavus Adolphus College Thursday, October 11 at 12:30 p.m.
  • Northern Michigan University - October 23 at 12:30 p.m.
  • University of Minnesota, Duluth - November 8 at 11:30 a.m.


Military 

  • Army: 11:30am          3rd Wednesday of every month

  • Marines: 11:30-1pm    4th Friday of every month

  • Minnesota Army National Guard: 11:30-1pm Tuesdays


Athletic Announcements

Sports calendars of events

SLPHS Student Announcements – Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Important Information

It is essential that all students are in the building by 8:00 a.m. 

Absence Procedures - full day and leaving early

  • It is the student’s responsibility to have his/her parent or guardian call the school attendance office (763-600-5109) on the day of the student’s absence.
  • If it is not possible to call on the day of the absence, place the call as soon as possible.
  • This is a 24-hour telephone number and you may leave a message. When leaving a message, be sure to include the parent name, student name, grade, date of absence and the specific reason for the absence.
  • When a student returns to school following an absence, he/she should report directly to class.
  • After an absence of five (5) or more consecutive days, a physician’s statement will be required when a student returns to school.

When calling in for an early release

  • For doctor appointments please call 763-600-5109 at least 1 hour prior to picking up your student.
  • This gives the office staff time to write a pass, have your student pick up the pass in the main office and be ready to go at the specified time.

Fall Conference Dates

  • Tuesday, October 16 4:30-7:00 p.m.
  • Wednesday, October 17 8-11 a.m. and 12-3 p.m.  ** Please not no conferences from 11-12 noon.
  • Monday, October 22, 4:30-7:00 p.m.

Upcoming Events

Homecoming Week: October 1 - 6

  • Dress-Up Days
    • Monday- Pajama day
    • Tuesday- Twin day
    • Wednesday- Class Color
      • Seniors- Blue
      • Juniors- White
      • Sophomores- Red
      • Freshmen- Gray
      • Staff- Blue
    • Thursday- Meme Day
    • Friday- Spirit Day  Tackle Cancer night:   At the game Friday October 5. Spring Lake Park vs. North St. Paul
  • Powder puff game Wednesday. is 5:45, at Panther Stadium. Free!
  • Coronation Wednesday at 7:00 p.m. in the Fine Arts Center.  Small fee
  • Tailgate- Friday 4:30- 6:30  (Money needed if you which to purchase foods or games)
  • Parade- Friday 5:30
  • Dance is Saturday from 7-10. All students must enter at door #29 the Café entrance. The is a fee and Spring Lake Park HS students only
  • ​​​​​​Tackle Cancer T-shirt sales for next week during lunch hour next Monday through Friday. T-shirts will be $15 a piece (cash or check).  The game is Friday, October 5.

Young People’s Concert “Band Loves Disney” Concert Tuesday, October 2nd

  • 6 p.m. – Activities and meet Disney Princesses (Princess meet and greet brought to you by Magical Moments.)
  • 6:45 p.m. – Concert in FAC performing music from Frozen, Moana, Tangled, Coco and more!
  • Spring Lake Park H.S - Enter Door #1

Yearbooks

  • Online Early Bird Sales are open now through October 26, 2018, for credit card purchases. Base online price is $75 and will go up in $5 increments throughout the year until the actual price of $90.
  • Yearbook Fundraising Opportunities. If you are looking for help to pay for a yearbook, we have a payment option available. Working at the concession stand on some weekends over the winter months may also be an option to work towards a yearbook.
  • For more information stop and see Ms. Johnson in room B139 before or after school.

Senior Class 2019 Information

  • Senior Quotes must be completed by October 12, 2018. Once the school year begins, online links will be provided.
  • We cannot stress enough that communications between the yearbook staff and seniors are vital during this final year of their high school career. Attendance in advisory and reading daily announcements will help you keep on top of due dates and special activities or events throughout the school year.
  • Information was mailed out in May of 2018 concerning your senior headshots for the yearbook.
  • Last Chance Senior Head Shot Day will be on Wednesday, October 24, 2018, during 4th period lunch and academic times. 

***IMPORTANT NOTE: If your photo is NOT done by David Banks on this day, you will NOT be in the year book!

  • This is the absolute last day to have a professional head shot taken by David Bank Studios.
  • This sitting is FREE!! Again, David Bank Studios is our official senior yearbook photographer and we are under contract to work with them. Regular standard sitting fees start at $30.

Senior Video

  • This is our last year in high school-- make sure they do not forget us! Let's make a video showing everyone all that we've accomplished here!
  • A small group of students are planning on creating a "music video" to do just that. We would like to make a lip synching video to one of two songs; you can vote for your favorite at https://goo.gl/forms/hYKP6wiCWz9s6gy72.
  • To make this music video great we want to get help from all of you. We are looking for people that want to help plan this out and be "Directors." You will be recording short videos (10-25 seconds) of yourself and others having fun.
  • If you want more information about helping out on this project, please contact Mack Latham by email: 19mlatha@mypanthers.org or speak with Ms. Hiatt in room C211.

Department and School Reminders

Student Parking Permits 

Click here to purchase online

No Leaving or Ordering Food from Outside the school

  • We have had an increase of students leaving the building during the school day.
  • We want to reinforce that we have a CLOSED CAMPUS, which means students are not allowed to leave during the day.
  • It is a safety and liability issue for students to leave campus during the school day (including lunch).
  • Additionally, we want to reinforce that students CAN NOT have food delivered to the school.  Student will not be called for food.
  • Any food that is delivered for students will be held in the office until the end of the school day.

Nutrition Services are always looking for feedback

  • Contact Jen Schulties Nutrition Services Manager at Spring Lake Park High School
    Office: 763-600-5105, Jschul@district16.org  
  • Follow us on Twitter @slphscafeteria

Free & Reduced Price Meals

**A new application must be completed every year to continue meal benefits.

  • Students who qualify for free or reduced meals by submitting a new application each school year will receive meals at no charge. We follow strict guidelines to protect a student's confidentiality. All kindergarten students are eligible for a free breakfast, paid for by the State of Minnesota.
     
  • Many of our school district families take advantage of this program offering free or reduced prices for school meals and activity fees. Some families qualify for this program because their household income has always or generally been below a given level. Others have taken advantage of this program because their household income is temporarily below a given level.
     
  • Your student's 2017-2018 Free or Reduced eligibility status will remain in effect until October 23, 2018 then will automatically change to full pay status for the 2018-2019 school year! BE SURE TO REAPPLY!

Club and Activity Announcements    

  • After School Weight Room We will be lifting Mon, Tue and Thurs. Sign up on activities page on school web site

  • Debate Team will meet in room C212 on Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday before or after school.

  • Math Team: First meeting: 3:10 p.m. Monday, Sep. 24th in Mr. Hilst's room (C126). Do you like puzzles, games, competition? Join the math team!

  • First GSA meeting of the year is Tuesday, October 2 from 3-4 p.m. in C209 (Ms. Todd 2's room). ALL ARE WELCOME!

  • Art Club meetings are in B106 (art room) Tuesdays 3:00-4:00 p.m. (Join us anytime during the month of Sept.)

  • Competitive Game Club: The first meeting day will be next Tuesday 09/18/18 in room C232 to discuss what the club is about and to recruit members.

  • Latino Club meetings are in B106 (art room) ... all cultures welcome Mondays 3:00-4:00pm   Advisor is Mrs. Ahrndt  All cultures are welcomed!
    October 4, 11, 25   on Thursdays   "day of the dead" November 1 Thursday party
    November 5, 12, 19, 26 on Mondays

  • Driver's Education Spring Lake Park Schools Community Education offers teen driver’s education in cooperation with Safeway Driving School. Safeway Driving School has been graduating teen drivers in the Twin Cities area for over 40 years and their instructors are licensed by the Minnesota Department of Public Safety. Safeway’s only focus is creating safe, responsible teen drivers. Classroom and behind-the-wheel lessons emphasize defensive driving techniques tailored for the inexperienced teen driver while targeting to influence the invincible teen attitude.

    • Classroom Sessions

      • Who: Students who are at least 14 1/2 years old by the time of the class
      • When: Classes are held four days a week in several sessions throughout the year
      • Where: Spring Lake Park High School
      • Cost: $360
      • Register: Complete registration and pay online. Once registration is accepted and completed, there is a non-refundable $30 administration fee. No refunds will be issued after the first class; non-attendance is a forfeiture of the entire fee paid. 
      • Questions: For questions about our driver’s education or registration please call 763-600-5050

College and Military Visits

Job Opportunities: The Student Services office post many businesses looking for help and assistance.  Check it out! If you are looking for some seasonal job opportunities check out the Schoology Group Code for SLP Job Board M4QNW-D9GQX.


Upcoming visits from universities and colleges

Be sure to get a pass from the Student Services Department the day of the visit. Visits are only for 12th-gradeh grade students. Students must sign up the day before the visit.. 

Universities and Colleges 

  • Winona State University October 4, 2018 at 12:00 p.m.
  • Gustavus Adolphus College Thursday, October 11 at 12:30 p.m.
  • Northern Michigan University - October 23 at 12:30 p.m.
  • University of Minnesota, Duluth - November 8 at 11:30 a.m.


Military 

  • Army: 11:30am          3rd Wednesday of every month

  • Marines: 11:30-1pm    4th Friday of every month

  • Minnesota Army National Guard: 11:30-1pm Tuesdays


Athletic Announcements

Sports calendars of events