Kare 11 Meteorologist Belinda Jensen gave a weather presentation to Woodcrest Spanish Immersion second grade students to help connect real-world experience to their classroom learning on weather on Tuesday, October 8.
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Spring Lake Park Schools' families can find important information on this hub, including resources, contact information, recent news, calendar events and more.
- District Services Center
- Westwood Intermediate and Middle School
- Northpoint Elementary
- Spring Lake Park High School
- Woodcrest Spanish Immersion
- Lighthouse School
- Centerview Elementary
- Early Childhood and Preschool
- Park Terrace Elementary
District Services Center
Main Phone: 763-600-5000
Address: 1415 81st Ave NE, Spring Lake Park, MN 55432
School year hours: 7:30 a.m.-5 p.m.
Summer hours: 7:30 a.m.-4 p.m.
Business Services: 763-600-5030
Community Education: 763-600-5052
Educational Services: 763-600-5025
Human Resources: 763-600-5010
Nutrition Services: 763-600-5041
Student Services: 763-600-5081
Technology Services: 763-600-5555
- Community Education
- Health Services
- Nutrition Services
- Student Services
- Technology Services
- All Departments
SLP Community Education offers lifelong learning opportunities for the Spring Lake Park Schools community. We invite early childhood families through adults to participate in our classes, camps, activities and programs! Community Education supports:
- Child care
- Early Childhood Screening
- Youth Enrichment opportunities
- Adult Enrichment opportunities
- The SLP Theater Program
- And more!
The priority of Spring Lake Park Schools' Health Services is to promote student health and wellness. We do that by:
- Managing chronic health conditions
- Identifying health-related barriers to learning
- Promoting a safe and healthy school environment
- Reducing illness-related absences
- Planning for medical emergencies
- And more!
The Special Education and Student Services Department supports all students by addressing barriers to learning and enhancing healthy development. Student Services supports:
The Spring Lake Park Schools Technology Services department is responsible for all of the district’s technology systems. Technology helps support:
- Campus Parent Portal
- iPad Support
- iPad Protection Plan
- Password Portal
- Schoology and Seesaw
- And more!
The Transportation Department is committed to providing transportation to all eligible students in a safe and efficient manner so that students arrive at school prepared and ready to learn. Transportation can help families with:
- Bus Stop Information and Schedules
- Special Education busing
- And more!
To encourage students to be active outside of school, Centerview physical education and health teacher Mindy Daugherty recently teamed up with the National Sports Center (NSC). Daugherty filled soccer bags donated from the NSC with various sports balls, frisbees and jump ropes for students to bring home.
Just days away from the Spring Lake Park High School (SLPHS) R&B Hip Hop Revue Band Showcase Concert, high school bands and jazz ensembles and guest artists from the Minneapolis’ Hip Hop industry have been hard at work rehearsing to create a unique and powerful concert.
The Panther Foundation held its 9th annual Carnival and 2K on Saturday, September 28 at Panther Stadium. Over 500 people attended to play carnival games, jump on inflatable bouncers and participate in the 2K loop around the Spring Lake Park High School area.