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Facilities Improvements

In November 2017, St. Louis Park voters overwhelmingly approved a $100.9 million bond referendum to help St. Louis Park Public Schools address increasing enrollment, aging facilities and a need for flexible learning spaces to accommodate next century learning. The facility improvements touched all age groups from our youngest learners at the Central Early Learning Center to our oldest learners at St. Louis Park High School. Here is a summary by building of the improvements that have been made. 

 

Aquila, Peter Hobart and Susan Lindgren Elementary Schools

  • New secure front entries and updates to front offices
  • Renovated classrooms to accommodate next-century learning
  • Renovated media centers
  • Renovated kitchens

Park Spanish Immersion Elementary School

  • Moved from location at Central Community Center to a renovated building on Cedar Lake Road formerly known as Cedar Manor
  • New secure front entry
  • Renovated classrooms to accommodate next-century learning
  • Renovated media center
  • Renovated kitchen and cafeteria
  • New flexible gathering spaces

St. Louis Park Middle School

  • New secure front entry
  • New front office space
  • New performing arts space
  • Renovated media center
  • Renovated kitchen and cafeteria
  • New second floor academic classroom wing with connecting hallway
  • New fitness center and weight room

St. Louis Park High School

  • New secure entry and front office space
  • Renovated student services office space
  • Renovated athletic and physical education locker rooms
  • New fitness center and weight room
  • Renovated athletic office space
  • Updates and renovations to main gymnasium and auditorium

Central Early Learning Center

  • Renovated west side of Central Community Center to accommodate our youngest learners

A hallway at the new Central Early Learning Center. 

The new High School fitness center. 

The new Middle School Performing Arts Center. 

A short video of the new High School weight room. 

A new flexible learning and gathering space at Park Spanish Immersion Elementary School. 

The new front entry at the Middle School.