Spring Lake Park Schools students in preschool through sixth grade returned to full-time learning in our school buildings on Thursday, January 21. Planning is underway to transition students in grades 7-12 to a Modified Campus (hybrid) learning model on February 16.
Starting Tuesday, February 2, the times and community distribution locations for Spring Lake Park Schools' free meal pick-up will change. We will still continue to provide a bagged breakfast and lunch option to all children ages 1-18 at no cost.
Spring Lake Park Schools students in preschool through sixth grade will return to learning full-time at school beginning January 21, 2021. Grades 7-12 continue in Extended Flexible Learning (distance learning) which continues to be a choice to all grade levels.
The Panther Foundation is taking their annual fundraising event online to help fight childhood hunger in our community. Mark your calendars for a virtual giving event February 27, 2021 and get involved in Panther Challenges leading up to the event that promise fun for the whole family.
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.
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.
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.