Spring Lake Park Schools students in grades K-6 will transition to distance learning (SLP Extended Flexible Learning) starting Monday, November 30. The decision is the result of escalating COVID-19 case rates in Anoka County that are impacting the community and our schools.
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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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As all students grades K-12 transition to Extended Flexible Learning (distance), Spring Lake Park Schools will continue to support students’ nutritional needs. Free meals will be distributed on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10 locations throughout the community.
As all students grades K-12 transition to Extended Flexible Learning (distance), Spring Lake Park Schools will continue to support students’ nutritional needs at no cost. Meal distribution will now occur on Tuesdays and Thursdays.
In an unusual year, students are exploring college and careers options in new ways as they find their right fit path for life after high school. Sanober, Tossy and Eleanor share their stories.