Welcome to Lake Park Audubon Schools.
LPA National Honor Society Hosts Spring Blood Drive
Spring is the season when life is renewed. One important way to help renew life is to give blood at our local blood drive on Wednesday, April 24th at the Lake Park Audubon High School Theatre from 8:00am until 2:30pm. Each blood donation can help multiple patients such as preemies, surgery patients and cancer patients. To register, you may call Cheryl Hogie at 218-325-0754 or email email@example.com.
There is a banner with the words Jolly Rogers on it that the school no longer uses. If you are interested in purchasing it, we will take sealed bids until 12 noon on March 25, 2019. Your bid may be dropped off in the high school office. Include your name, phone number and amount of bid.
Agriculture in the Classroom
The Minnesota Agriculture in the Classroom (MAITC) program and the MAITC Foundation are proud to select Kathrina O’Connell to attend the 2019 National Agriculture in the Classroom Conference in Little Rock, Arkansas June 19-21st. Ms. O’Connell, a 6th grade teacher at Lake Park Audubon Elementary School, has implemented innovative and unique approaches to grow agricultural literacy in her classroom and community. While at this conference, Ms. O’Connell will have the opportunity to hear engaging keynote speakers, attend inspiring workshops and tours, and network with educators from across the country.
MAITC is a unique public/private partnership between the Minnesota Department of Agriculture and the MAITC Foundation. The program provides a wealth of K-12 educational materials and professional development opportunities to Minnesota’s education community. For more information about this program please visit https://minnesota.agclassroom.org/
The Minnesota Association of School Business Officials is pleased to announce that Nicole Ecker has successfully completed the MASBO Voluntary Certification Program and recently received a Certificate of Completion.
This program is designed to offer practical information to assist school business professionals in excelling in their field, and ensures a base of knowledge for all participating members. It has three components: the MASBO institute, 11 three-hour certification courses, and additional elective educational credits. Program content included a wide variety of topics including general ed funding, special ed, budgeting, accounting, auditing, legal and personnel, food service, transportation, and building and grounds.
Thank you for pursuing professional development and for your commitment to the District!
2018-19 LPA Yearbooks are on sale now for $42.95. You can go to JostensYearbooks.com or see Mrs. Berger to order. Deadline to buy yearbooks is April 19th, but don't wait until the last minute to buy. Fun surprises are right around the corner if you buy your yearbook early!
2019 LPA Raider Trap Team Season is about to begin.
Attention! Parents of High School students!
Would you like to be more informed of your children's online activities at home? If so, sign up so we can enable your parent portal. Please go to this website and fill out the form. https://sites.google.com/lpa.k12.mn.us/securly/home
If you would like more information on what Securly is please go to https://www.securly.com/
Raider Nation News January 2019 Edition
Here at LPA, we believe in educating and empowering our students to thrive. Be it in academics, athletics, art, or any other skills, we truly believe that we will grow every day, in every way, at LPA.
Join our Team
Interested in joining our team? We look for qualified, strong applicants to help lead and educate our students. For our current openings, please see below.
LPA is Proud to call itself the home of the Raiders! Below you'll find information on our various athletic events, and how to help cheer on our players!.