7:00 PM School Board Study Session
9:50 AM - 10:45 AM HS CCR Advisory
7:00 PM HS Spring Play
7:00 PM HS Spring Play
2:00 PM HS Spring Play
7:00 PM School Board Business Meeting
5:00 PM - 7:00 PM Gr. 4 Orchestra Registration
There is NO SCHOOL for all Early Learning through Grade 12 Students, Teachers and Staff from March 30-April 3 as everyone enjoys Spring Break. During this time, Minnesota Governor Tim Walz has also issued an Executive Order for all Minnesotans to Stay Home to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
St. Louis Park Public Schools Students and Staff will be on Spring Break March 27-April 3. Childcare for healthcare and emergency workers will continue during Spring Break (except for Friday, April 3 when it is closed). The FREE Meal delivery program will also continue on a new schedule. Following Spring Break, students will begin distance learning. Additional, specific information will be shared with students and families about distance learning by Monday, March 30.
Starting Monday, March 23, St. Louis Park Public Schools will offer neighborhood delivery of grab-and-go meals for students 18 and under. Park-Adam school buses will stop at 14 different locations for 45-minute windows of time. During pick-up times, students and families will be able to pick up bag lunches as well as a bag breakfast meal for the following morning. Peanut-free options will be available. Meals will include a protein, a grain, a fruit, a vegetable and a beverage.
The St. Louis Park High School boys swimming team placed ninth at the Class AA State Meet on Saturday, Feb. 29 at the Jean K. Freeman Aquatic Center on the campus of the University of Minnesota. Junior Hayden Zheng won a pair of state championships, while the team had two relay teams earn top-10 finishes.
St. Louis Park Public Schools Music Teacher and Director of Secondary Choirs John Myszkowski is one of 36 semifinalists for the 2020 Minnesota Teacher of the Year Award after a selection panel of 24 community leaders narrowed the field from the initial 135 candidates. Myszkowski has taught in St. Louis Park Public Schools since 1991.
St. Louis Park High School teacher and Strength and Conditioning Coach Jessica Gust has been named the Minnesota Strength Coach of the Year by the National High School Strength Coaches Association (NHSSCA). Gust has taught science at St. Louis Park High School for 16 years and has served as Strength and Conditioning Coach for the past 11 years.
Echo, the student-led newspaper at St. Louis Park High School, has been named a 2020 Online Pacemaker finalist by the National Scholastic Press Association. Echo is one of 28 finalists for the award after judges evaluated approximately 185 websites from 30 different states and three countries.
St. Louis Park High School Principal Scott Meyers announced February 12, 2020 that he will leave the position at the end of the school year to return to teaching, citing a desire to spend more time with his children and family. Meyers has been the high school principal since 2015 and has focused on creating a healthy school climate for all learners.
St. Louis Park High School Social Studies Teacher Kara Cisco has been named the Minnesota Council for the Social Studies (MCSS) High School Teacher of the Year for 2020. Cisco has taught for St. Louis Park Public Schools since 2016. She will be honored at the MCSS Awards Dinner on Sunday, March 1 at the Mankato Civic Center.
Snow has arrived in Minnesota. Are you prepared for a school closing, late start or early dismissal due to bad weather? St. Louis Park Public Schools will attempt to make a decision about a late start or school closing by 5:30 a.m. Early dismissals and decisions regarding after-school and evening athletics, events, and activities will be made by 2 p.m.
Echo, the student-run newspaper at St. Louis Park High School has once again been recognized by several state and national journalism associations for excellence in several areas. For the seventh straight year, the National Scholastic Press Association (NSPA) has named Echo one of 49 National Pacemaker Newspaper Finalists.
Seven St. Louis Park High School seniors have recently been recognized by the National Merit Scholarship Program as either a semifinalist or a commended scholar for 2020. Ella Thomas and Mitchell VonEschen have been named National Merit Semifinalists, while five other students have been named National Merit Commended Scholars.
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).