Welcome to Woodcrest Spanish Immersion School! We are a vibrant Spanish Immersion community serving Spring Lake Park Schools students in grades preK-4.
Woodcrest Spanish Immersion offers the district’s elementary programming for grades K-4.
Students learn to understand, speak, read and write in Spanish, increasing fluency levels each year they are in the program.
Immersion opportunities for Spring Lake Park students continue at Westwood Intermediate and Middle School, and Spring Lake Park High School.
WCSI teachers and support staff are bilingual in Spanish and English. Each year, WCSI also hosts interns who are young educators from Spain or Latin America.
Each student at Woodcrest Spanish Immersion is known by name, strength, interest and need, leading to personalized student work and learning experiences.
Amazing things are happening every day at Woodcrest Spanish Immersion– learn more about our Woodcrest stories and voices.
3rd grade Looping Spanish Immersion Teacher, Woodcrest
I am #SLPPantherProud because we are a learning community that is always striving to move forward, to innovate and to learn from today in order to create a better tomorrow.
La niña no solamente esta aprenderá el idioma, sino que estoy segura de que va a crecer con la seguridad de que ya pueda la idioma.
Kindergarten teacher, Woodcrest
I am #SLPPantherProud because the Spring Lake Park School community works extremely hard and is very committed to creating the best learning experience for all of our students.
We have really high expectations, and so our teachers are really good at creating the conditions so that learning in two languages during the same day becomes attainable.
They’re really becoming world class citizens by being exposed to so many different accents and so many different cultures.
We had so many reasons to be SLP Panther Proud this fall with nearly daily achievements by high school students involved in athletics, co-curricular activities and fine arts.
Where we’ve been, where we’re going as we help each student become a mathematician
Last fall, Spring Lake Park Schools partnered with InClass Today, an organization that has proven success in reducing chronic absenteeism in other school districts across the country. Again this year, students in grades 6-12 who fall into our chronic absenteeism criteria will receive an absence report in the mail. These reports will be sent beginning Friday, November 29.
Winter weather will soon be here. To ensure families get the information they need around school closings or delays, or other emergency information, we will be conducting a test of our district notification system on Tuesday, November 19 at 6:30 p.m.
Three Spring Lake Park School Board seats were on the Tuesday, November 5 General Election ballot. The two incumbents running, Amy Hennen and Tony Easter, have been reelected to the school board, and Sarah Bowe of Blaine, joins the board as its newest member.
Both school levies — the Levy for Learning and the Capital Projects levy — received voter approval for another 10 years with 80 percent support from the community. School funding levels, as well as local tax levels, remain the same.