7:00 PM MS Choirs Winter Concert
7:00 PM HS Choirs Winter Concert
7:00 PM HS Orchestra Alumni Concert
The St. Louis Park Public Schools School Board held its annual Truth in Taxation Meeting on December 10, 2018. During its regular Business Meeting later that evening, the Board unanimously certified the 2018 levy for taxes payable in 2019.
The St. Louis Park Public Schools School Board approved a bid at its Monday, November 26 Business Meeting for $8.4 million in construction projects at the Cedar Manor school site. Construction projects will begin immediately in preparation for Park Spanish Immersion School’s move to the site in August of 2019.
In recent years, a holiday giving idea that has gained momentum on social media involves public school districts accepting donations to help families who have negative lunch account balances. Many families in the St. Louis Park Public School District struggle with this same problem. If you feel compelled to make a donation, there are a few things you should know.
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.
St. Louis Park Public Schools held the first meeting of the School Start-End Times Study Project Team on Monday, November 19, 2018, at Lenox Community Center. This team of 27 individuals from all St. Louis Park Public Schools stakeholder groups, is charged with determining the optimal schedule to meet the overall health, academic and social/developmental needs of all K-12 students.
Echo, the student-run newspaper at St. Louis Park High School, has received a National Newspaper Pacemaker Award for the publication's 2017-18 print editions. Student-journalists and Echo Advisor Lori Keekley received the award at the National High School Journalism Convention in Chicago, Nov. 1-4.
St. Louis Park High School Spanish Teacher Alba Nelly Korman has been named a 2019 Global Learning Fellow by the NEA Foundation. As a Global Learning Fellow, Korman will participate in a two-day workshop in Washington, DC, online coursework, webinars by leading experts, peer learning, and a nine-day international field study experience in South Africa next summer.
Eight 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 2019.
Information regarding free and reduced meal applications is now available online. An informational packet and application is also being mailed to all families the week of August 20, 2018.