“Leave me and my sore tooth alone!” the Beast growled at Woodcrest Elementary Spanish Immersion School April 1, when approximately 35 Learning Ventures students watched a new version of his story unfold: “Beauty and the Beast: Tooth or Consequences.”
The Spring Lake Park High School child development class is looking for children ages 3 to 5 (must be potty-trained) to participate in Panther Playtime, a one-hour, 10-session “playschool” beginning Tuesday, May 6.
Students in Spring Lake Park High School’s Opportunities in Emergency Care program came away from the Minnesota State Youth Emergency Medical Services competition with top honors Feb. 22.
Four Spring Lake Park High School graduates are National AP Scholars for 2013.
Spirits were high at the Spring Lake Park High School Student Council’s annual winter carnival Dec. 6.