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.
After spending sophomore and junior years exploring courses in the Technology, Engineering & Design Pathway, senior Sam Larson entered his senior year with purpose and a plan.
One of the best ways to get to know Spring Lake Park Schools is to come visit. Tour and Talk events in November at our elementary schools and throughout the year at Spring Lake Park High School provide an opportunity to get into our buildings and meet some of our staff.
At Spring Lake Park Schools, each student in grades 7-12 meets one-to-one with their counselor for personalized learning at least once each year to talk about and plan for the future. Counselors balance these proactive meetings with support for day-to-day student needs.
The Panthers (#1 seed) will play the Rogers Royals (#3 seed) in the Section 6AAAAA Championship game on Friday, November 5 at 7 p.m. at Panther Stadium.
In a few short weeks, homemade drones will fill the air and the high school gym will come alive with the sounds of indoor Pickleball thanks to new programs available through Community Education. There are many engaging and enriching youth, family and adult offerings for the whole family to get involved. Browse and register today.
When Rochelle Lavalle, junior at Spring Lake Park High School, noticed a young family member choking on his food, she sprang into action using knowledge from her First Aid/CPR class.
More than 30 small and large business, non-profit, government and education leaders came together at Spring Lake Park High School October 13. The conversation focused on how we can continue to strengthen partnerships to benefit students, the workforce and our community.