St. Louis Park Public Schools will hold a public meeting concerning the Nov. 7 referendum at 7 p.m., on Wednesday, October 25, in the High School Cafeteria. The meeting will also be broadcast through Facebook Live.
St. Louis Park Public Schools is facing increasing enrollment, aging facilities, and a need for flexible learning spaces to accommodate next century learning. Additionally, the schools serve an important role as community centers and expanded gathering spaces for all residents are needed districtwide.
For the second straight year, St. Louis Park High School has been named to the Washington Post’s Most Challenging High Schools list.
Five St. Louis Park residents have filed to run as candidates for three open seats on the St. Louis Park Public Schools School Board in this fall's general election on November 7, 2017.
After a two-year process that began with the Strategic Plan and included a Learning Design Team and extensive public input process, the School Board voted 6-1 on April 24th to place a $100.9 million bond referendum before voters in the November 7, 2017 General Election.