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.
Over the last several weeks, parents and students have attended Kindergarten Kickoff for the Class of 2033 events together. This has been a great way to start building meaningful relationships from the first moment our youngest students walk into school.
Spring Lake Park High School students will be hosting a Panther Playtime Preschool for nine days starting Tuesday, February 18, 2020 at Spring Lake Park High School.
Spring Lake Park Schools is hosting a number of events in January and February to help current and incoming families prepare for the next steps in their students’ education. Whether you are looking to enroll a student, preparing for a school transition or registering for classes, we hope students and families can join us to learn more.
The calendar for the 2020-2021 school year was approved at the December 17 regular school board meeting.
We're in the third year of evolving our approach to students' social, emotional and behavioral health to strengthen how we develop students' social and emotional skills and get students' the help they need when they need it.
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