The first week of the 2020-2021 school year sure didn’t look like any other school year. Spring Lake Park Schools started the year with students in two different learning models and learning at school and at home. What wasn’t different from other years? That first week energy.
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As we prepare for the start of a new 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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Breakfast and lunch are being provided at no cost to all enrolled students through an extension of the USDA Summer Food Service Program. Spring Lake Park Schools' Nutrition Services Department participates in the federal program which has been extended through December 31, 2020 and for as long as federal funds are available.
The first two days of school – September 10 and September 11 – will be used to orient our students and families, creatively connect for meet and greet opportunities and carefully manage transitions for students in grades K, 5, 7, and 9 as they move to new buildings. The first day of instruction for all grade levels will be Monday, September 14.
David Moren, teacher at Northpoint Elementary since 2016, passed away unexpectedly on Tuesday, August 25. Visitation is Sunday, August 30 with a memorial service on Monday, August 31.