Students Isabel Guerrero, Elsie Belina and Hawon Park dance together in a presentation for friends and family members in District 16’s Spanish Immersion Program’s third annual cultural festival.
Parents and community members are invited to attend Spring Lake Park District 16’s “Celebration of Learning.”
A Spanish immersion teacher and a world cultures teacher have been named Spring Lake Park District 16’s Teachers of the Year.
Three students in Spring Lake Park District 16’s Lighthouse Program have been named honorable mention winners in a national playwriting competition.
The Spring Lake Park Leos Club earned a silver in its first attempt at a regional competition with a focus on volunteering.
You’ve heard of “Star Wars” and “War of the Roses.” But Potato Wars? Make that Potato Battery Wars.
They’ve only attended four short classes and already the students can greet their friends, ask directions to the airport and order from a menu – in Spanish.
Spring Lake Park District 16’s Family, Career and Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) students walked away from their annual state meeting and competition with three golds, one silver and a gold trophy for top ratings.
Some Spring Lake Park District 16 schools are slated for new start and end times come September, although exact times have yet to be determined, while high school students will, most likely, be able to grab about 35 more minutes of snooze time.
The Minnesota Department of Education has granted Spring Lake Park School District 16, along with the Farmington School District, an initial designation to partner in a pilot project as an Innovation Zone.
Park Terrace Elementary School’s annual carnival played out to a packed school the evening of April 5.
A seventh-grader at Westwood Middle School took top honors at the school’s annual geographic bee.
Should Gov. Mark Dayton’s proposal to allocate $40 million in the state budget to fund optional all-day, everyday kindergarten pass, Spring Lake Park District 16 School District would welcome the move.
Once again Spring Lake Park High School’s Concert Choir presented a fun evening of talent at its annual Panther Talent Show.
Spring Lake Park District 16, along with the Farmington Area School District, has applied to the Minnesota Department of Education to become an innovation zone.
Spring arrived early at Spring Lake Park High School’s creative foods class last week in the form of turtles, ducks and flowers – made of icing.
Spring Lake Park School District 16 anticipates getting a green light some time this week from the Minnesota Department of Education for the district’s request to add classrooms to Park Terrace and Northpoint elementary schools.
Mother Earth was named the winner of Spring Lake Park High School’s annual Battle of the Bands.
Spring Lake Park District 16 School Board has approved a 4.1 percent increase in wages and benefits over a two-year period for the district’s clerical workers.
A former teacher and district technology integrationist from the Farmington School District is now the media specialist and technology continuous improvement coach at Spring Lake Park High School.
Kids and families from Spring Lake Park District 16’s Early Childhood Program got a surprise recently in the form of a Grammy Award-winning performance by popular duo the Okee Dokee Brothers.