For the past two school years, Woodcrest Spanish Immersion kindergarten teacher Sharina Meinholz has hand sewn tote bags for her students with each bag pattern reflecting something they love or that reflects their personality.
Spring Lake Park High School band teacher Nora Tycast and Woodcrest Spanish Immersion academic specialist Sarah Scheller were selected as the 2019 Spring Lake Park Teachers United, Teachers of the Year winners.
To wrap up their Economics unit, second grade Park Terrace students presented their innovative prototypes in the form of shark tank presentations to staff, students and Spring Lake Park High School Business and Entrepreneurship students on Tuesday, June 4.
Students, families and staff gathered to celebrate the Spring Lake Park Schools’ Life Skills Transitions students at an end of the year celebration on Wednesday, June 5. Students were honored for their hard work throughout the year and six graduating students were presented with their diplomas.
Spring Lake Park High School senior An Trinh and Lighthouse School eighth grader Sasha Levinshteyn were selected to participate in the American Regions Math League (ARML) National Math Contest at the University of Iowa on May 31-June 1.
Sixth grade Spanish Immersion students at Westwood Intermediate and Middle School were excited to unveil the interactive map of Minnesota they designed. The map uses QR codes to link viewers to presentations, documents and videos that showcase student learning of the history of Minnesota.
"I truly believe that my education has thoroughly prepared me for my next steps and I am so thankful, and most of all proud, to graduate a Panther."
Westwood Intermediate and Middle School seventh grade students participated in a STEM Trash Raft Project on Thursday, May 30, where they were challenged to build a raft and row their way across a crocodile infested river without falling in, which in this case was the Spring Lake Park High School pool.
Spring Lake Park High School students in the Business and Innovation class stepped into the Shark Tank last week to pitch their unique business ideas. With ideas like cleats that can be used for multiples sports, an LGBT+ friendly coffee shop, full-sized skincare subscription box and a transportation company for unused food, it was hard for judges to choose a winner.
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