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.
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.
There are 1,973 Spring Lake Park Schools students at all grade levels who have been learning in the SLP Extended Flexible Learning (distance learning) model this fall. Teachers, students and families are sharing their experiences with a learning model that’s come a long way from the spring.
Spring Lake Parks Schools students headed into fall break after four weeks of a new, unusual school year. This year, four weeks of continuity in learning feels like a milestone to celebrate.
There are several ways – including many that are free – to get tested for COVID-19. A community testing event in Anoka County, Oct. 13-15, 2020 is one, along with other options happening throughout the state.
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.
Minnesotans over the age of five are to wear a face covering in all public indoor spaces and indoor businesses beginning July 25, 2020. This includes school buildings, the district office or while riding school transportation.
For the 2020-21 school year, John Franke will be principal on special assignment working to scale important district initiatives and supporting effective adaptations as we anticipate changing conditions in the coming school year. Megan Jahnke will become the new associate principal at the high school.
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