Through experiences that make learning more relevant for each learner in terms of who they are, how they learn, and where they want to go, students are finding purpose in learning that connects to real life by answering the question, “Why am I learning this?”
The fall was a busy time for athletics and activities to ramp back up. With 14 girls’ sports, 14 boys’ sports and 40 student-based interest clubs and co-curricular activities, there were many great highlights. Everywhere Panthers went, they made us proud.
The Tuesday, November 2 school board election results are in. The two incumbents running, Marilynn Forsberg and Michael Kreun, have been reelected to the school board. Melody Skelly and Sam Villella join the board as its newest members.
Students test drove an excavator, practiced automotive repair and worked with small machines as they explored the high-tech side of careers in transportation all inside a career exploration trailer parked at the high school.
Marilynn Forsberg, Spring Lake Park Schools school board member since 1982, has been recognized by Minnesota School Board Association for her commitment to school board service and education.
With 1,200 student submissions and 217 submissions, the first Panther Pride Sweepstakes was a success. The event allowed the community to engage with the Panther Foundation, learn about the district and provide funds for the schools.
Seniors Ellie Jeppson and Bella Sciara are this year's student representatives on the Spring Lake Park Schools school board.
When our seniors graduate next spring, each will have had opportunities to engage in hands-on experience as they explore potential career paths through our Career and College Pathways courses. Each will have had an opportunity to earn 12 or more college credits by the end of the 12th grade without leaving the support of their high school environment. Through these experiences and more, it's our goal to ensure our graduates are set to soar.
We've officially welcomed the Class of 2034 to Spring Lake Park Schools. We know the most important things these students will learn in our schools is who they are as a learner, how they learn and where they want to go as they move through their career at SLP and beyond. For this year's Kindergarteners, that learning started at Kinder Camp before the school year began. The goal? To set each student up for K-12 success starting day one.
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