Everybody wins at the Nov. 13 “Upcycle Fest,” held at Spring Lake Park High School. You can get rid of no-longer-needed consumer electronics with no recycling fees; the school district receives fundraising dollars; and the environment wins when these items are recycled – resulting in less items in landfills.
Things are going to get reckless this month when the Spring Lake Park High School theater department presents its fall play, “Reckless.” The play is about Rachel, who loves Christmas so very much. But, an unexpected gift from her husband turns her life upside down and sends her life in a strange new direction.
Immediately before the Spring Lake Park High School Homecoming football game Oct. 11, families came together for a parade and tailgate event, sponsored by student council.
Attendance was down for the Panther Foundation’s third annual 5K and family carnival fundraiser at Spring Lake Park High School, but those who did brave the rain Oct. 5 were full of energy, ready to kick off Homecoming week 2013.
Winning traditions are something that take time to build and develop and over the last eight seasons under the direction of now Stillwater head coach Jake Smothers, Spring Lake Park/St. Anthony Village boys’ soccer developed quite a reputation for winning and being a very tough opponent to eliminate from section play.
As students in the Opportunities in Emergency Care program at Spring Lake Park High School sat in class on Monday, a man burst into the room, alerting everyone that there was an emergency in the parking lot.
A group of industrious Spring Lake Park High School students and graduates have raised $2,800 for the Minnesota Angel Foundation, an organization committed to helping families struggling with cancer diagnoses.