Summer school is a great opportunity to continue learning over the summer in the subject areas of math, reading and science. Summer school will be in session from July 6-August 6, Monday through Thursday, in a distance learning format from 8 a.m. to Noon. Class sessions will be about 30-45 minutes with the teacher providing live instruction and activities. Breaks will be provided throughout the day.
Middle School Principal Les Bork will host "Coffee with the Principal" virtual meetings on June 1, June 15 and July 6. This is a perfect time for parents/guardians to ask questions or give feedback about the Middle School and have a conversation with Principal Bork. A link to the Google Meet for each meeting will be posted the day of the meeting.
St. Louis Park Public Schools will offer free breakfast and lunch grab-and-go bag meals for children 18 and under between June 8 and August 21 this summer. No registration is required. Meals will include a protein, a grain, a fruit, a vegetable, and a beverage. Meals can be picked up Monday through Wednesday at three different locations.
St. Louis Park Middle School hosted a Virtual Rally Night on Thursday, May 28 for incoming 6th Grade students and families. Superintendent Astein Osei, Principal Les Bork, and Dean Gina Magnuson welcomed families in a live Google Meet where they provided an overview of the school, its structure and what you can expect as an incoming student. After this brief introduction, families were directed to a menu of on-demand content to read, watch and interact with to become familiar with St. Louis Park Middle School. All of the content from the May 28 virtual event is now available online.
Construction is now complete on the South side of the Middle School, including a remodeled Media Center, seven new classrooms fitted for next-century learning, student gathering spaces, and a new second floor hallway that links the existing East and West hallways. Click "Read More" to view a complete gallery of photos from the new spaces.
The COVID-19 global pandemic is an unprecedented challenge, which can cause increased worry, stress, anxiety, and confusion for students and adults. During this time of Distance Learning, school counselors, psychologists, social workers and multicultural liaisons are available as resources to families.
We are celebrating St. Louis Park as we begin the 2019-20 school year! A special thanks to 2015 graduate Malik Augustus, who shared his voice to help us tell the story of how this community continues to put its Children First.
Free and Reduced Meal applications can be completed online through the District's new meal payment system, Wordware. Families received a letter from the School Nutrition Department in early August about how to navigate this new system. If you prefer to fill out a paper copy, a Free and Reduced Meals Information Packet and Application will be mailed to all District families the week of Aug. 12, 2019.
The School Board for St. Louis Park Public Schools voted in three motions to change the school start and end times for students beginning in the 2020-21 school year. The School Board voted unanimously to move forward with the Triangle Option which calls for a three-tier system (Tier 1 – Elementary Schools; Tier 2 – High School; and Tier 3 – Middle School).
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