Spring Lake Park Schools haven’t just been busy with learning this year, buildings are back to hosting all kinds of visitors. Families, community and industry partners, education leaders from other school districts, and prospective families are coming by to experience and engage in the Spring Lake Park Schools approach to learning.
The Panthers for a Purpose Week of Giving is coming February 18-25, 2023 and will culminate in a not-to-be-missed Panther Party on Saturday, February 25. The Panther Foundation’s biggest fundraising event of the year supports Spring Lake Park Schools with a special focus this year on supporting Career and College Pathways.
Spring Lake Park Schools is hosting a number of events this winter and spring to help current and incoming families prepare for the next steps in their students’ education. Whether you are looking to enroll a student, preparing for a school transition or registering for classes, we hope students and families can join us to learn more.
Spring Lake Park High School juniors and seniors pitched their business ideas “Shark Tank style” to a panel of judges – gaining valuable insights and feedback from industry experts. Five finalist groups presented before winter break to an audience of peers, teachers, family members and “the sharks.”
Michael Kreun has resigned from the school board as he begins his service in the Minnesota Senate. John Stroebel, former board member, has been appointed to replace him until the next election.
Miss Myra and the Moonshiners bring their formidable 5-piece swing band to the Live on 65 stage January 5. Tickets are on sale for this evening of original music and a broad repertoire of classics from the '20s and '30s.
Staff are using common strategies across all schools and grade levels to support student learning and engagement. These common strategies support all aspects of a student’s development and create safe, positive and welcoming learning environments.
The fall brought an abundance of opportunity for students to find connect, belonging and purpose. With 15 girls’ sports, 15 boys’ sports and 47 student-based interest clubs and co-curricular activities, there were many great highlights. Everywhere Panthers went, they made us proud.
Seniors Kennedy Cuddihy, Emilia Holm and Maria Horst are this year's student representatives on the Spring Lake Park Schools school board.