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Summer School

2016 Summer School Program Details

Dates: June 22, 2016 - July 29, 2016   No School: July 4-5

Locations & Times: 
5th-12th Grade:  Century Junior High 8:00am-1:00pm  
Kindergarten-4th Grade: Wyoming Elementary 8:15am-1:15pm 

Transportation: Provided if you reside within the Forest Lake Area School District.  Questions? Call 651-982-8190
  • One AM pickup and one PM drop off site
  • To ensure transportation services are provided for your student, complete & return the registration form by the due date
Food Service: Breakfast & lunch programs will be offered at all buildings.
  • Free & reduced applications available upon request.
Deadline for Summer School enrollment: Monday, May 2nd, 2016

Forms received after the due date will be placed on a waiting list. 

This deadline is required because of the size and complexities of the Forest Lake Targeted Services Summer School program.

Summer School Enrollment Questions: Please contact your student’s building Principal.

Summer School Teaching Staff

We are committed to hiring high quality teachers for Summer School. The Summer School teaching staff consists of licensed teachers and paraprofessionals who are experienced in teaching the grade level they are assigned. In most Summer School classrooms, the teacher is a Forest Lake Area School District teacher who is familiar and experienced in the curriculum of that grade level.

Contact for Questions

Parents can contact the following people with questions about Targeted Services programming:

  • Their building Principal
  • Kelly Tschudy-Lafean, Area Learning Center Principal, at (651) 982-3171
  • Heidi Leigh, Targeted Services & Staff Development Coordinator, at (651) 982-3169

For more information, contact your principal.



The Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT) has begun construction of a roundabout at the intersection of U.S. Highway 61 and Minnesota Highway 97, near our high school, Century Junior High and the Forest Lake Area School District Office. Information about this construction is available on a video produced by MnDOT. Click here to see this video. 
This is an exciting time for Forest Lake Area Schools, as the larger construction work in the Restructuring Opportunities for Success project is getting underway, starting next week. The first big project at Forest Lake Area High School will require the school to limit access to its parking lots and doors to enter the high school during the summer months.
This project will begin on Monday, June 13, and will require visitors to the high school – including staff, students and their families – to enter through Door 9, which is at the south end of the building. The map below shows areas that will be under construction and therefore inaccessible to the public. Those areas are highlighted in yellow, beige and red color. The remaining areas – highlighted in blue, green and purple – are areas that will remain open.
Construction Map  
  • The only access to the high school parking lots will be by way of Goodview Ave. at the north entrance to the large parking lot. Entering at that point and driving up the green-shaded area will allow for parking in the blue-shaded areas.
  • Anyone who wishes access to the high school building must enter through Door 9, which is very close to the green and blue shaded areas.
  • Overflow parking is also available at Century Junior High School in the area shaded in purple.
We appreciate your patience as we plan around these important construction projects, which will mean amazing changes and improvements to our students’ learning environments and to the overall experience of everyone who utilizes our facilities.
Thank you for your continued support of our schools.


Success in the 21st century is strongly dependent on the ability to access, evaluate, use, and even create information effectively. These skills can be developed naturally in classrooms when students have access to technology, but use of technology becomes artificial and clumsy when it is reduced to the occasional visit to a computer lab. Soon, this will all change. Beginning this fall, all high school students are expected to bring a technology device to class every day. 
Learn more from our web pages on student technologyincluding what devices are appropriate, recommended technical specifications, or suggestions on what to buy. This website also includes information on how to secure a school-owned device for students who are not able to purchase a device using family resources.


Our mission at 
Forest Lake High School:

"To ensure that
all students 
graduate with the skills
to attend a college, 
technical college, 
or training program 
and succeed."
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High School events in BLUE.
District-wide events in MAROON