Trimester 3 report cards will be available beginning Wednesday, June 10. Because all of Trimester 3 occurred in a flexible learning environment, we wanted to provide a guide specific to Trimester 3 report cards for students in grades K-5 and 6-12 and instructions for accessing report cards
As Minnesota reported its first case of COVID-19 on March 6, we were headed into spring break. Since then, we’ve learned a lot about resilience, flexibility, creativity and the extraordinary things we can accomplish as Spring Lake Park Schools. As we look ahead to finishing the year in extended flexible learning, we will embrace this as an opportunity with optimism and confidence despite the sadness of not being together.
As school buildings continue to be closed in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, Spring Lake Park Schools has been feeding children through meal distribution at 10 sites throughout the community. During the Friday meal distribution, the Spring Lake Park Schools Panther Foundation has provided more than 1,600 Weekend Food Packs to families over the last several weeks.
Spring Lake Park Schools will move to an extended flexible learning environment March 30-April 30, District activities, athletics, programs and services are canceled now through May 4, 2020. Free meals continue to be available for students.
Every ten years, the U.S. Census Bureau works to count everyone in the United States, including everyone in Minnesota. This year, the counting process, or census, will kick off in March. Learn more and find out what to expect.
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.
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.
Doug Potthoff, Spring Lake Park Schools Health, Physical Education and Developmental and Adapted Physical Education (DAPE) teacher, has received a $857 grant to update and modernize physician education spaces at Westwood Intermediate and Middle School.
Three Westwood Intermediate and Middle School and four Spring Lake Park High School band students participated and performed in the Minnesota Band Director’s Association Central Region Honor Band festival and concert on Saturday, January 11 at Elk River High School.
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