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Adapted Floor Hockey   +
2122-Hockey-Adpt    
(11/22/2021-3/19/2022)
Art Club   +
Students meet to explore new kinds of art and to create their own art with potential input from fellow students. This is an opportunity for student artists to explore and create for themselves without having assignments or grades. Students self-direct their own projects and collaborate with others if desired. Students bring their own materials to use but may keep them in a locked cabinet if they do not want to transport them everyday. We meet Tuesdays and Thursdays after school.
2122-ArtClub-912  3:20pm-4:30pm  
(10/5/2021-6/3/2022)
Boys Basketball   +
The St. Louis Park High School Boys Basketball program is open to 7th-12th graders. A Middle School student (grades 7 and 8 only) who requests to try-out, practice, or compete on a high school team where the sport is currently offered at the Middle School must be registered and start try-outs the first day of practice. After the try-out period, the high school coaching staff will determine one of the following:

1) Participant is a varsity level athlete, will contribute to the varsity program and play at the varsity level.

2) Participant is on the 9th grade/ C team.

3) It is not appropriate for participant to be part of the high school program at the varsity or 9th grade/ C team level at the time of tryout.
2122-Basketball-B    
(11/22/2021-3/26/2022)
Boys Hockey   +
The St. Louis Park High School Boys Hockey program is open to 9th-12th graders.
2122-Hockey-B    
(11/15/2021-3/12/2022)
Boys Nordic Ski   +
The St. Louis Park High School Nordic Ski program is open to 7th-12th graders.
2122-NordicSki-B    
(11/15/2021-2/17/2022)
Boys Swimming   +
The St. Louis Park High School Boys Swimming program is open to 7th-12th graders.
2122-Swimming-B    
(11/29/2021-3/5/2022)
D&D Club   +
Play Dungeons and Dragons games with friends from the high school.
2122-DD-912  3:15pm-5:30pm  
(9/1/2021-6/3/2022)
DECA   +
DECA prepares emerging leaders and young entrepreneurs. Members of SLP DECA will have the opportunity to participate in out-of-school events, such as, Fall Leadership Conference: Back-to-Business, compete against other students in prepared events and role plays starting at the District level, with possible advancement to State and International levels. In addition, students will have the opportunity to participate in community service projects and other leadership summits.






DECA Membership fee - $20 + students are encouraged to raise a minimum of $100 in a SnapRaise email fundraising campaign

Member of DECA the Class Membership fee - $0




Upcoming Optional Costs:

Fall Leadership Conference - $40.00

District Career Development Conference - $75.00

State Career Development Conference - $75.00

2122-DECA-912  7:30am-8:20am  
(9/1/2021-6/3/2022)
Drone Team   +
The drone team meets 1-2 days a week after school to learn how to fly, build courses, race against each other and repair drones. The drone team does compete against other high schools in the YDSC spring season. There is no start up cost to join the team; just dedicate some time to learning how to fly and prepare to get hooked on racing drones!
2122-Drone-912    
(10/1/2021-5/27/2022)
Esports   +
Esports club competes in several video game titles against schools across the state and the country. We offer many different games that students can team up and compete in. There are also plenty scholarship opportunities for our students in esports, and we sometimes get to engage with professionals. Esports is also a fully vocational club that teaches kids other skills such as broadcasting, design, marketing, social media management, team skills, and social skills.


Meets Thursdays, 3:30-4:30 in B227

2122-Esports-812  3:30pm-4:30pm  
(9/1/2021-6/3/2022)
Girls Basketball   +
The St. Louis Park High School Girls Basketball program is open to 7th-12th graders. A Middle School student (grades 7 and 8 only) who requests to try-out, practice, or compete on a high school team where the sport is currently offered at the Middle School must be registered and start try-outs the first day of practice. After the try-out period, the high school coaching staff will determine one of the following:

1) Participant is a varsity level athlete, will contribute to the varsity program and play at the varsity level.

2) Participant is on the 9th grade/ C team.

3) It is not appropriate for participant to be part of the high school program at the varsity or 9th grade/ C team level at the time of tryout.
2122-Basketball-G    
(11/15/2021-3/19/2022)
Girls Hockey   +
The St. Louis Park High School Girls Hockey program is open to 7th-12th graders.
2122-Hockey-G    
(11/1/2021-2/26/2022)
Girls Nordic Ski   +
The St. Louis Park High School Nordic Ski program is open to 7th-12th graders.
2122-NordicSki-G    
(11/15/2021-2/17/2022)
Gymnastics   +
The St. Louis Park High School Gymnastics program is open to 7th-12th graders.
2122-Gymnastics-G    
(11/8/2021-2/19/2022)
Innovations Lab Club (Fab LAB)   +
The Innovations Laboratory (or Innovations Lab), is a “hi-tech tinkers” workshop for inventors and people who want to design, prototype and build things. The Innovations Lab and Innovation Center offers a blend of unique technology solutions designed to stimulate learning through the innovative life cycle utilizing new digital fabrication tools and techniques.

In our lab, individuals who envision an idea have access to a variety of technologies which allow them to produce a product through computer-aided design and desktop manufacturing technologies.
2122-FabLab    
(9/1/2021-6/3/2022)
Latino Student Association   +
This club is for Latino students in grades 9-12. Our meetings provide an affinity space for students connect as well as explore and celebrate Latino culture.
2122-LatinoSA-912    
(11/1/2021-5/27/2022)
Math Team   +
This club is for students who enjoy math and would like to learn new topics and develop better problem solving skills. We compete against students in neighboring schools 5 times during the winter.
2122-Math-912  3:15pm-4:00pm  
(10/1/2021-2/25/2022)
Middle School - Pay In Office - Winter   +
2122-W-PayOffice-68    
(11/1/2021-3/25/2022)
Middle School Boys Basketball   +

6-8th Grade Girls Basketball: All 6th - 8th grade boys basketball players will be practicing and playing at St. Louis Park Middle School. We will be playing against other schools with two teams. A and B teams.


Sports Physicals: All athletes will need to have a current sports physical (not immunizations) on file at the Middle School before they will be able to participate. Physicals are good for 3 years.


Season Length: The first day of practice is January 10th. The season lasts approx. 8 weeks. Practices are from 4:00 – 5:30 PM, Monday - Thursday. There are no after school activities on Fridays.





2122-Basketball-B68    
(1/10/2022-3/11/2022)
Quill and Scroll   +
2122-Quill-1012    
(9/1/2021-6/3/2022)
Robotics   +
Combining the excitement of sport with the rigors of science and technology. We call FIRST Robotics Competition the ultimate Sport for the Mind. High-school student participants call it “the hardest fun you’ll ever have.”





Under strict rules, limited time and resources, teams of students are challenged to raise funds, design a team "brand," hone teamwork skills, and build and program industrial-size robots to play a difficult field game against like-minded competitors. It’s as close to real-world engineering as a student can get. Volunteer professional mentors lend their time and talents to guide each team. Each season ends with an exciting FIRST Championship.
2122-Robotics-912    
(9/1/2021-4/29/2022)
Strength and Conditioning -2021-22 School Year   +
Please read all information, as it may have changed from previous years.



Strength and Conditioning is a year-round program designed to support Oriole athletes both in and off-season. This program is a complement to an athlete’s sport skill training and specifically targets growth in the areas of strength, speed, agility, mobility and injury prevention. The program is carefully coached to keep all athletes safe while they work toward achieving their athletic goals.



Our researched based approach will prepare athletes for sport in the safest way possible while under the supervision of coaches and in consultation with athletic training staff. Workloads will be carefully monitored and progressed appropriately for all athletes.



Scheduling:

Summer 2021

Monday-Thursday for ALL GROUPS

7:00-8:00am High School Athletes

8:15-9:15am High School Athletes

9:30-10:30am High School Athletes

10:45-11:45am High School Athletes

10:45-11:45am Middle School Athletes



School Year 2021-2022

Tentative Schedule:

Monday-Thursday for ALL GROUPS

6:30-7:30am

4:15-5:15pm



Policies and Expectations:

This year, we will be closely following any updates regarding COVID procedures provided by MDH. As of the writing of this information, our pod size will be limited to 50 people. If that changes, participants will be updated. It is of utmost importance that we strictly follow all guidelines provided by MDH.



Please read all of the following information prior to registering your athlete.



Here are the guidelines and expectations for athletes and parents:

1. Athletes MUST register for a specific session. If an athlete needs to attend a session outside their normal session, this must be pre-arranged and approved with Coach Gust

2. Athletes MUST leave all personal items at home or in their cars. Locker rooms will not be available and personal items will not be allowed in training areas.

3. Athletes MUST complete the check in process every day prior to entering the training area. If requirements are not met, the athlete MAY NOT workout.

4. Athletes are required to wear face masks for the duration of their time inside the school. Face masks are not needed while training outside. Please provide your own mask.

5. Athletes MUST bring their own filled water bottle. Drinking fountains will be limited to the water bottle filling stations. Sharing of water bottles is strictly prohibited.

6. Athletes MUST maintain proper social distancing in all training situations.

7. Parents MUST immediately report any COVID-19 symptoms or positive tests occurring in their household to the Athletic Director, Andy Ewald and Coach Gust. Email: [http://ewald.andrew@slpschools.org%20and/]ewald.andrew@slpschools.org and gust.jessica@slpschools.org Phone: 952-928-6118  



Here are the things you can expect from us:

1. Practices will be planned and organized to maximize social distancing.

2. Groups will be built using pods of 50.

3. Athletes will remain with the same group each day to limit their exposure to others unless other arrangements are made with Coach Gust.

4. All equipment will be sanitized after each use using approved disinfectants.

5. Coaches will be tracking attendance and health check-in data in order to properly notify families of athletes in the event they have been exposed to people who display symptoms of COVID-19. Your personal data will only be accessible to the S&C coaches, athletic trainer and athletic director.





Registration and Fees


For High School Athletes:

Registration for the program is a yearly fee and will cover participation from June 2021 through May 2022. The program is priced to be roughly equal to the fee for one season of sport participation. As a result, fees are not prorated at any time during the year. Please contact Athletic Director Andy Ewald for any fee related questions (ewald.andrew@slpschools.org).



Upon completion of your registration, you will receive an email from Coach Gust with a form to request your session time. Please respond promptly, athletes will be placed in sessions on first come, first served basis.



Registration refunds will only be issued within two weeks of the first summer practice or 2 weeks of the athlete's registration date. Please contact the athletic office to begin the refund process.
2122-SC-B, Boys High School    
(6/14/2021-5/20/2022)
2122-SC-G, Girls High School    
(6/14/2021-5/20/2022)
Students Organized for Anti-Racism (SOAR)   +
SOAR is an offshoot of PEG and it is designed to empower young people of all races to become catalysts for change through racial equity.
2122-SOAR-912  10:05am-10:35am  
(9/1/2021-6/3/2022)
Theater   +
As an educational theatre program, our goal is to provide a variety of theatrical learning experiences—both in performance and technical production—through a breadth of dramatic styles. To this end, the genre, size, and structure vary by production. While we strive to build our program by increasing its numbers, we also work to build the program by improving the quality of the learning experience, as a whole.
2122-FallMusical-912    
(9/1/2021-11/1/2021)
Ultimate Frisbee   +
Ultimate frisbee club participates in Minnesota ultimate's fall amd spring high school leagues.  We strive to promote the sport of ultimate and spirit of the game while also developing competitive athletes in an inclusive and accepting environment.
2122-UltFrisbee-912    
(9/1/2021-6/3/2022)
Winter Team Managers   +
2122-Manager-Winter    
(11/1/2021-3/26/2022)