Katie was named a National Merit Scholarship semifinalist among 326 students from Minnesota and 16,000 across the nation. This month, she advanced as a finalist and is now waiting to see if she’s selected to receive a Merit Scholarship® award.
We'll bring together the people, places and programs that support student growth, wellness and success both within and outside of the classroom.
Spring Lake Park Schools and SLP Community Education offer a variety of ways for students in all grades to get involved, including athletics, activities, theater, after school adventures and more!
Learning Ventures Child Care programs provide high quality services that will grow with your child from preschool through grade six.
Flexible learning environments is one of the four components of our district’s innovative and personalized learning model. The flexible use of time, space and resources is essential to enhancing student learning.
It’s proven when kids eat a well-nourished meal they learn better and play harder. That’s why we concentrate on serving fresh, nutritious and tasty choices.
The Special Education and Student Services Department supports all students by addressing barriers to learning and enhancing healthy development.
The Spring Lake Park Schools Technology Services department is responsible for all of the district’s technology systems.
For the past several years, Spring Lake Park Schools has been redesigning learning spaces throughout the district to better meet the needs of students and staff.
Students in the News
Students in Spring Lake Park Schools are involved in many activities in and outside of the school day. We are Panther proud of their accomplishments in academics, arts, athletics, activities and more. Read some of our student highlights in the stories below.
Fifth and sixth graders are on a mission to improve the lives of Hawaiian Monk Seals at the Minnesota Zoo. The Westwood Intermediate and Middle School students designed, built and presented enrichment prototypes as part of this year’s ZOOMS STEM Design Challenge.
Brendan Abrahamson is the first 17-year-old in the history of the Opportunities in Emergency Care program to earn his certification as an EMT.
The Pantherettes have earned a trip to the state tournament for the 17th consecutive year after placing second in both jazz and high kick at the Section 3AAA championship on Saturday, February 8.
Panther student-athletes Kayla Devine, Cyrinus George, MaKenzee Stone and Donald (Trey) Toner III participated in Signing Day on Wednesday, February 5 and committed to play their sport at the collegiate level.
After spending eight days doing a deep dive into a topic from the 1860s, Westwood Intermediate and Middle School sixth graders presented research on their chosen topics to fellow students, staff and family members at an 1860s presentation event on Wednesday, January 29.