Superintendent Report Highlights
2022 Cultural Jambalaya Diversity Award Recipient - Dr. Lee-Ann Stephens, a teacher at the High School, recently received the 2022 Cultural Jambalaya Diversity Award, which honors those who have made a positive difference by advancing multiculturalism and ethnic diversity in their Minnesota community.
Dr. Stephens currently coordinates Students Organized for Anti-Racism (SOAR), a student-led effort to create a more just and equitable school community. She also is a classroom teacher who is currently teaching elective sections of urban education classes for students who are interested in going into the field of education. We are thankful for Dr. Stephens and the positive impact she has on the students, families and staff in our school district. We are thankful for Dr. Stephens and the positive impact she has on the students, families and staff in our school district.
Take the School Nutrition Satisfaction Survey - The school nutrition staff in St. Louis Park Public Schools are focused on providing high quality meals and experiences to the students we serve every day. As a part of this commitment, we are always looking for ways to improve and enhance the experience.
To help us identify strengths and opportunities for improvement, we are asking SLP elementary, middle, and high school students, as well as parents, to complete this brief survey by Monday, October 31. The survey will take approximately five-10 minutes to complete. Please take a few minutes to share your thoughts with us - it is greatly appreciated.
Join the Career Pathways Advisory Board - The St. Louis Park Public Schools Career Pathways Advisory Board is seeking new members. The Career Pathways Advisory Board is a group of individuals whose experience and abilities represent a cross section of careers and experiences. The primary purpose is to assist educators in establishing, operating, and evaluating the CTE (SLP Career Pathways) program – which serves the needs of students, the community, and business/industry partners – and to provide expertise and insight about current/future industry and technological changes. The Career Pathways Advisory Board works to bring real world experiences to students and help show them career options for their futures.
Join on Friday, November 11 from 7:30 - 9 a.m. at the High School. All are welcome! Click here to RSVP. If you have any questions, please contact Kara Mueller (email@example.com), a member of our Executive Board, or visit the the website to see all the things the Career and College Readiness Center at SLPHS offers your student.