Lori Henry, Spring Lake Park High School teacher of Family & Consumer Sciences has been named the American Association of Family & Consumer Sciences 2021 Teacher of the Year. The national award recognizes her work to help students develop real-world skills on their path to career and life success.
This school year has been like no other. As the year begins to wind down, we’re taking time to reflect on accomplishments as we plan for what’s next. Turns out, we have a lot to be proud of in this year of pandemic learning.
We have asked our graduating seniors to share their plans for the future, favorite experiences and what makes them Panther Proud. In the coming weeks, we will share student spotlights as we celebrate the Class of 2021.
With a verdict reached in the trial of Derek Chauvin and the recent death of Daunte Wright, emotions are high in our community. We’re focused on supporting students as they respond to current events and providing resources to families who may want them.
Recognizing that students will bring a different level of concerns, questions, and emotions, schools planned to have extra support available for students who may need it in the days following the trial verdict.
Spring Lake Park Schools is expanding its online school to all grades, K-12, for the 2021-2022 school year. For 13 years, Spring Lake Park High School students have had the option to learn full-time online. A year of learning through the pandemic has created an interest in the next phase of our district’s approach to online learning – an expansion of our online school to all grade levels, K-12, for the 2021-2022 school year.
The week of March 8-12 is the final week for free meal distribution to the current eight community sites. Starting Tuesday, March 23, free meal pick-up will be available at Spring Lake Park High School on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9-10 a.m. Centerview Elementary is being added as a second meal pick-up location. Stay tuned for more information on dates and times.
Recent mass shootings and the imminent trial of Derek Chauvin are the latest current events to bring forward a range of emotions and responses in our community. At Spring Lake Park Schools, support for students is guided by our vision to value, inspire and create a sense of belonging for each student.
Spring Lake Park High School is proud to announce senior Madi Ngene as their winner for the 2021 Athena Award for her excellence in athletics as well as in school and community achievements.
As students return from spring break Tuesday, March 23, all grade levels will be learning at school five days per week. Students in grade 7-12 attending in the Modified Campus (hybrid) model will be the last group to transition to learning at school each day as the third trimester begins.
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