Spring Lake Park Schools students in grades 7-12 will transition to distance learning (SLP Extended Flexible Learning) as COVID-19 case rates in Anoka County continue to rise. The decision was made Friday, October 23 based on the latest public health information and direction from state and county officials.
Spring Lake Park Schools' families can find important information on this hub, including resources, contact information, recent news, calendar events and more.
As continue into the 2020-2021 school year, our communities continue to experience the impact of COVID-19. Information about how we will respond through the school year, and information about our plans to continue personalizing learning for each student and safeguard health and safety for all, can found at SpringLakeParkSchools.org/Plan2020.
We are grateful for the support and partnership of our families and communities. Together, we will make this school year the best it can possibly be.
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Six students from Spring Lake Park High School were named Commended Students in the National Merit Scholarship Program. They are among about 34,000 students throughout the nation recognized for their exceptional academic promise.
Congratulations to SLPHS teacher Lori Henry for being named the 2020-2021 Minnesota Association of Family and Consumer Sciences (MAFCS) Teacher of the Year
The popular high school class, “How To Make Almost Anything,” took on the COVID-timely face mask in their first design project of the year. Students were tasked with creating face mask prototypes that meet both health and safety guidelines while also addressing comfort, aesthetic and everyday wear considerations.