Newsletters

Park Terrace newsletters for the 2018-2019 school year will be posted below on most Wednesdays throughout the school year.  Click through the categories below to read this week's newsletter.

Newsletters will also be sent via email to families. If you are not receiving these emails, please review your contact information in Campus Parent Portal. If you still do not receive newsletter emails, please contact Park Terrace at 763-600-5600.

In this week's newsletter...

Greeting from Kim Fehringer, January 16, 2019

Join us for our annual Park Terrace Literacy night on Thursday, January 31. We will be serving pizza along with a variety of exciting literacy sessions. The sessions will include literacy apps for you to use at home, a “reading bag” to take home, Book Bingo with the PTA and read aloud's from your favorite Park Terrace teachers. There are three sessions to rotate among. 

  • Session 1 - 5:30-6 p.m.
  • Session 2 - 6-6:30 p.m.
  • Session 3 - 6:30-7 p.m.

RSVP with your classroom teacher the number of people planning on attending this event so food can be order accordingly.  We hope to see you there!

The Need to Know, January 16, 2019

Park Terrace Yearbook

Flyers went home with your child for a 2018-2019 Park Terrace yearbook. The cost of a standard yearbook is $14. If you would like to purchase a yearbook, along with a Zoom current event insert, the cost will be $16. 

Click here to order your Park Terrace Yearbook online. Use the School ID Code: 3711419

Upcoming Events, January 16, 2019

Calendar

01/21- NO SCHOOL, MLK, Jr. 

01/24 - Kdgn Information Night

01/31 - Literacy Night, Book Bingo

02/14 - NO SCHOOL, Staff In-Service

02/15 - NO SCHOOL, Daytime Conferences

02/18 - NO SCHOOL, Presidents Day

02/19 - Evening Conferences

02/21 - Evening Conferences

Soar Music Programs for Third and Fourth Grade Students

SOAR is a place to empower people to reach their fullest potential in the creative arts and is a training ground to help people grow, discover and fulfill their unique creative purpose. Their mission is to guide and develop the gifts of students through skilled training and one-to-one encouragement with highly trained professionals with either a bachelor’s degree or years of experience in their field.

DRUM ENSEMBLE:

In this exciting ensemble, students will experience playing multiple different percussion instruments. This class can take on different forms, from organized jam sessions to learning to lock in a groove and learning to play by ear.

SINGERS WORKSHOP:

In this class, students will learn rhythms, harmonies, how to blend with other singers, proper vocal technique, vowel formation, proper breath application and resonance.

CLASS DATES:

Singers Workshop 

  • Tuesdays and Thursdays at Park Terrace
  • January 29-March 1, 4-5 p.m. No class on February 14, March 12 or March 14

Drum Ensemble 

  • Wednesdays at Park Terrace
  • January 30-March 27, 4-5 p.m. No class March 13

Questions? Contact SLP Community Education at 763-600-5050.

Registration, fees and transportation - These programs are free. Click here to register for the SOAR Music Program

Community Education - January 16, 2018

Featured Class: Great Minnesota Hot Dishes

The Minnesota hot dish (elsewhere called a casserole) is one-dish supper (or side dish) baked in your oven using a single piece of cookware. We will: use fresh ingredients (no canned soups) and do easy preparation for a family meal or make impressive elegant company fare for friends or crowd-pleasing recipes for pot luck. Many of these hot dishes can be made ahead, chilled then baked, and there is minimal dish-washing! You Betcha!

Register today for Great Minnesota Hot Dishes

Find other adult and youth community education classes here 

District Information - January 16, 2018

SLP Enrollment Information Sessions 

Spring Lake Park Schools will be hosting information sessions for the 2019-2020 school year. Here is more information for each building:

It's time to enroll for the 2019-2020 school year! Check out our schools and programs at the following events.

  • Preschool Information Night
    • Woodcrest Spanish Immersion, Tuesday, January 22, 5-7:30 p.m.
    • District Services Center, Thursday, January 24, 4:30-6 p.m.
    • Park Terrace Elementary, Thursday, January 24, 5:30-7 p.m.
    • Northpoint Elementary, Tuesday, January 29, 5:39-7 p.m.
    • Centerview Elementary, Thursday, January 31, 5:30-7 p.m.
  • Kindergarten Information and Enrollment Sessions
    • Woodcrest Spanish Immersion, Tuesday, January 22
    • Park Terrace Elementary, Thursday, January 24
    • Northpoint Elementary, Tuesday, January 29
    • Centerview Elementary, Thursday, January 31
  • Westwood Intermediate and Middle School Information Nights
    • Tuesday, February 12, grades 4-5, 6-7 p.m.
    • Tuesday, February 12, grades 6-7 7-8 p.m.
  • Spring Lake Park High School Information Nights
    • Wednesday, January 30 - Explore SLPHS Information Nights for prospective students not currently enrolled at Westwood
    • Wednesday, February 6 - 8th Grade Registration Night and Opportunity Fair, for families and students currently enrolled at Westwood. 

15th Annual Panther Foundation Gala Tickets are now on sale

The Panther Foundation is a non-profit organization focused on making a difference for the students of Spring Lake Park Schools. The board is made up of district parents and community members and is entirely funded through contributions and special projects. Each year the Panther Foundation hosts a gala, which is their largest fundraiser of the year and features a silent auction, live auction, games and entertainment.

Tickets will sell quickly, purchase your gala tickets today

Gala Sponsorship spots are still available, click here to learn more and sign-up

Panther Playtime Preschool to be hosted by SLPHS students

Do you have a 3, 4- or 5-year old who likes to play games and participate in fun activities? If so, register them today for the free Panther Playtime Preschool, hosted by SLPHS students taking Early Childhood classes!

Panther Playtime Preschool will take place for eight days, beginning Tuesday, February 5 from 8:10-9:45 a.m. at SLPHS.

Click here to learn more and to register today 

Student Meal Balance Notifications Starting Wednesday, January 16

This fall, Nutrition Services transitioned meal payment processing to Campus Parent Portal Food Service. Starting this Wednesday, January 16, families will again begin to receive student account balance messages.

On Wednesday, January 16 at 6:30 p.m., families whose student’s meal account balance is negative $5 and below will receive an email and text message including the balance and a reminder to add funds for each student. These messages will be sent every Wednesday for each student whose account is negative $5 and below.

Learn more about student meal balance notifications here