News and Announcements

  • Video Message to Families From Superintendent Osei

    Superintendent Osei has a message to St. Louis Park families before the start of Distance Learning on Monday, April 6.

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  • Essential Tier 2 Workers Now Eligible for Free Childcare

    On Monday, March 30, St. Louis Park Public Schools began accepting children of “Essential Tier 2 Workers” at its free childcare facilities that are operating in conjunction with COVID-19 concerns. This includes educators, gas and electric workers, food distribution personnel, water treatment staff, and others.

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  • District Names Patrice Howard as Director of Community Education

    St. Louis Park Public Schools is pleased to announce that Patrice Howard has been named the Director of Community Education. She will join the District on July 1 when Lisa Greene retires. Howard brings to St. Louis Park over 20 years of cross-sector partnership experience in youth, family, and community development in the metro area. She is the current Executive Director of Community Education for Minneapolis Public Schools and served as the Director of Community Education and Community Schools for eight years at Brooklyn Center Community Schools.

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  • Distance Learning Plan Now Posted Online

    The St. Louis Park E-12 Distance Learning Plan is now posted on the District's Coronavirus Updates page. The Distance Learning Plan will be implemented in the spirit of our District mission and will use key tenets listed in this post. The Distance Learning Plan includes an Instructional Design Matrix for each grade level (E-5) and for each academic department for grades 6-12. The Distance Learning Plan also incudes a large FAQ document intended to answer some key questions for families.

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  • March 27 Email Update to All Families

    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.

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  • SLP Schools on Spring Break March 27-April 3 - Distance Learning Begins April 6

    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.

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  • Free Meals Program to Make 14 Neighborhood Stops Starting March 23

    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.

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  • Information for Families with Incoming Kindergarten Students

    St. Louis Park Public Schools are currently CLOSED THROUGH MARCH 27 under Executive Order 20-02 issued by Governor Tim Walz in response to the COVID-19 health crisis. The Enrollment Center at St. Louis Park Public Schools is here to assist your family with Kindergarten Registration for this fall’s class of 2033! We are adapting our work to continue to assist you with registration during this time of social distancing.

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  • Fox 9 Story Features Aquila Student and Teacher

    Fox 9 News recently aired a story about how Aquila fourth grader Clara Bormann is inspiring other students with her jump roping skills. As the story explains, Clara was born with muscular dystrophy, a condition that can cause progressive weakness and loss of muscle mass throughout the body. But muscular dystrophy isn’t slowing her down. Four years ago, Clara and her friends formed a double dutch team, which involves two jump ropes twirling in opposite directions. The 10-year-old is all in.

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  • Boys Swimming Team Places Ninth at State Meet; Zheng is State Champion in Two Events

    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.

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  • Myszkowski Named Semifinalist for 2020 Minnesota Teacher of the Year

    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.

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  • Video: I Am Because We Are St. Louis Park Public Schools

    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.

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  • Fill Out a Free and Reduced Meals Application Online

    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.

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