At a time when our student population is growing, our district is increasingly challenged in our ability to recruit and retain teachers and staff. As unfilled positions and staff turnover have an impact on education, improved teacher and staff compensation is needed to maintain current class sizes and provide the quality of education that our students deserve. Learn more about the plan to protect our class sizes at
1 day ago, LPA Schools
Our Plan
Request for Proposals Lake Park Audubon School District is seeking technical services to support events. Such events include theater productions, special guest presentations, athletic events, band and choir concerts, and graduation. Services must include equipment, set up and tear down, and tech support. The agreement will run throughout the school year. Interested persons, please contact Dr. Godfrey at 218-325-0754 or The deadline for quotes is Monday, October 9, 2023.
2 days ago, LPA Schools
Now Hiring
Tonight's School Board Meeting 6:30pm LPA Elementary Media Center Watch Here:
3 days ago, Casey Thomazin
Our district is committed to delivering a high-quality education. But with increasing pressure on our operating budget, we face challenges in attracting and retaining teachers and staff. On Nov. 7, district voters will consider a 10-year operating levy increase that would generate $450K per year to invest in teacher and staff salaries. Visit to learn more!
3 days ago, Roz Howery
This Week's Sporting Events! Go Get Em' Raiders, ARRR!
4 days ago, Roz Howery
Sports Calendar
Here is the Athletic Calendar for the week of September 25th. #RaiderNation
4 days ago, Roz Howery
Week of 25th
The winners of the raffle portion of the NHS "Park It" fundraiser are: Kayla Jones, Jenny Kastel, Rachel Kohler, and Denise Schatteles. Congratulations! These winners will be contacted with more information soon. But LPA, YOU still have a chance to win your priority parking space! Bid in the Silent Auction until 4:00 pm TODAY! Keep an eye on the current bids to see where you stand.
6 days ago, Roz Howery
Park It
📢 Early voting starts TODAY! 📢 Make your voice heard! Here's how you can vote early for the November referendum: 🗳️ Vote early in person at the district school office: 611 Vigen Lane, Lake Park, MN 56544, Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 📥Vote early via absentee ballot. To learn how to request an an absentee ballot application, visit 👉 #TogetherForLPA
6 days ago, Roz Howery
Time is running out! Make sure to get your bids in for the NHS "Park It" Silent Auction before noon on Friday. Don't let yourself be outbid! See more information here:
8 days ago, Roz Howery
Park It
Edit: The location for Tonight's Community Meeting will be in the Media Room upstairs in the High School. The meeting is in regard to the November Referendum. Parents and community members are invited to a community gathering to hear more about the school district's November vote. The meeting will be held in the Lake Park Audubon High School Media Center at 6 p.m.
8 days ago, Roz Howery
Teachers and staff are essential to maintain smaller class sizes and enhance educational opportunites. Additional funding provided through a voter-approved operating levy increase would: 👩‍🏫 Improve teacher and staff compensation. 🏫Preserve our small class sizes as our district grows. 🛠️ Expand courses that focus on career and technical education. 💡Enhance personalized learning experiences for all students. Learn more about the proposed plan for student success and strong schools at
8 days ago, Roz Howery
We are currently hiring for a "Raider Care" After School Enrichment Program Supervisor. Qualifications: Clerical experience, computer skills, organizational skills. Experience working with students. Self-starter who can problem solve. Position Objectives: The Raider Care Supervisor is responsible for supervising all aspects of the after-school care program's daily operations. Tasks consist of mentoring and collaborating with the Program Group Leader(s)/Group Assistant(s) to create a safe, nurturing, and enriching environment for all children at all times. The Supervisor is responsible for day-to-day operations, such as maintaining accurate records, ensuring implementation of supervision policies, guiding the conduct of children, planning, and delivering activities, and supervising staff. Specific Responsibilities: A. Maintain records of student information, fees, and attendance B. Prepare and collect all enrollment, medical, emergency, waiver forms and input information into program management system. C. Record days and hours of student attendance. D. Prepare purchase requisitions when needed. E. Plan student activities, snacks, study time. F. Supervise students. G. Maintain After School room and storage. H. Work with Food Service Director to stay in compliance with State snack rules. I. Perform other duties as assigned. Schedule 2:45 pm - 6:30 pm Part- Time Monday to Friday Starting Pay - $15.32/hr Email application and resume to: Roz Howery, Community Education Assistant Lake Park-Audubon Public School 611 Vigen Lane Lake Park, MN 56554 or We also have these positions available: -Substitute Paraprofessional Positions -Bus Drivers w/Passenger & School Bus Endorsement -Custodian -Substitute Teacher Positions -American Indian Kids Tutor More information can be found here:
9 days ago, Roz Howery
We are hiring
This week is the LAST WEEK to bid in the Silent Auction or purchase raffle tickets for your chance at a PRIORITY PARKING SPACE for LPA events this year! Check out the NHS "Park It" fundraiser page, and make sure you get your raffle tickets from NHS members, or bid in the online silent auction. Both of these options close end on Thursday, with winners being announced Friday.
10 days ago, Roz Howery
Park It
Trinity Lutheran FREE Prek-High School Winter Clothing Give-A-Way, 10-7-23 9am-2pm
10 days ago, Roz Howery
Winter Gear
Note: Advised District Calendar
10 days ago, Roz Howery
District Calendar
Early voting for the November referendum begins on Friday, September 22! There are two ways to make your voice heard through early voting: 🗳️ Vote early in person at the school district office, Monday through Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. 📥Vote early via absentee ballot and submit marked ballots by mail or in person at the school district office. To learn how to request an absentee ballot application and get more details on early voting, visit
10 days ago, Roz Howery
September 20 Community Meeting on November Referendum Parents and community members are invited to a community meeting on Wednesday, September 20 to learn more about the school district’s November referendum. The meeting will take place at 6 p.m. in the Lake Park Audubon High School Theatre. The district is proposing an operating levy increase that would provide an additional $450,000 over the next 10 years. If approved by voters, the funds would be used to attract and retain quality teachers and staff to help the district maintain small class sizes and enhance educational opportunities for all students. Dr. Tim Godfrey, Superintendent of Lake Park Audubon Schools, will provide a short presentation on the referendum and respond to questions from community members. The presentation will include information on the challenges the district is facing, the proposed plan to address them, the cost and tax impact of the plan, and how residents can make their voice heard by voting on this important community decision. Our district's goal is to provide community members with the information they need to make an informed decision on or before November 7. We encourage you to attend the community meeting. If you are unable to attend the meeting, please visit to learn more about the referendum.
11 days ago, Tim Godfrey
The bidding wars are getting heated for the NHS "Park It" Silent Auction! Bidding ends next week Friday (09/22/23), so check back often to make sure you don't get outbid! The QR codes and more information are also available on the website:
13 days ago, Roz Howery
Next week Wednesday, early release for students.
14 days ago, Roz Howery
At Lake Park Audubon, we aim to educate our students in a positive, supportive and innovative environment, equipping them with the tools and knowledge to succeed in their futures. Our teachers and staff are essential to achieving these goals. As operational costs have risen significantly faster than education funding from the state, our district has struggled to offer competitive compensation for our teachers and staff. Ensuring we have teachers and staff to maintain small class sizes and provide better academic outcomes is vital as our student population is projected to grow 5% in the next five years. Learn more about the challenges our district faces at
14 days ago, Roz Howery