Lake Park Audubon Secondary

School Office - 218-325-0754Office Hours - 7:30am - 4:00pm Monday - FridayClasses - 8:25am - 3:13pm Monday - Friday
Principal - Art
Administrative Assistant - Sherri Lefebvre


The Lake Park Audubon High School is going to be offering Wednesday School starting on February 10th, 2021. Wednesday School will take place from 8:30 am-3:15 pm in the High School Theatre.

Students will receive one-on-one help to raise any failing grades or simply enjoy quiet time to catch up on homework.

· Breakfast & lunch will be provided.

· Students must stay the entire time period

· Students can ride the bus on the following dates:

* February 17th, March 3rd, March 17th, April 7th, and April 21st

· Students will need to provide their own transportation on the following dates:

* February 10th, February 24th, March 10th, March 24th, April 14th, April 28th

The schedule students will follow during Wednesday School is below:

· 8:30-11:45 Students will attend their regular class schedule through Google Meets in the Theatre. Para’s will be supervising and tutoring students in the morning.

· 11:45- 12:15 Students lunchtime

· 12:15- 3:15 Students will work with Para’s and/or teachers in the afternoons in the Theatre.

Please click on the following link to register your child for Wednesday School: Wednesday School Registration sign-up by Tuesday, weekly by noon.

If you have any questions please contact Art Meyer at or Sherri Lefebvre at

Lake Park Audubon School District prepares students with the academic, social, and life skills to succeed in a changing world. Upon graduation, LPA students are prepared for a College and/or Career path.

Students are offered a variety of courses aligned with the District Strategic Plan to promote rigor for all students. Concurrent enrollment classes are offered in English, Social Studies and Mathematics. CTE (Career Technical Education) courses enhance options for students entering the workforce or seeking post-secondary education.

Every student in grades 7-12 is equipped with a 1:1 Chromebook or computer.

PBIS (Positive Behavioral Interventions and Support) is a District wide proactive approach to establishing behavioral supports and social culture needed for all students to achieve social, emotional and academic success.

Project Based Learning applying STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, Mathematics) is implemented throughout the curriculum through collaborative teaching by 7-12 teachers.

Multiple opportunities are provided for students through extracurricular activities in athletics, fine arts, Knowledge Bowl, Math Competition, Envrionthon, NHS, Student Council, Speech and Philanthropy as Youth.