Assistant principals prepare for winter break

Administration provides teachers with drinks, snacks

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Assistant principals prepare for winter break

Assistant Principals Jessica Busse and Todd Goggleye deliver beverages and treats to all of the high school staff Dec. 21, around the high school. They also handed out

Assistant Principals Jessica Busse and Todd Goggleye deliver beverages and treats to all of the high school staff Dec. 21, around the high school. They also handed out "SLP Strong" bracelets made by a group of students in business innovations.

Anika Hanson

Assistant Principals Jessica Busse and Todd Goggleye deliver beverages and treats to all of the high school staff Dec. 21, around the high school. They also handed out "SLP Strong" bracelets made by a group of students in business innovations.

Anika Hanson

Anika Hanson

Assistant Principals Jessica Busse and Todd Goggleye deliver beverages and treats to all of the high school staff Dec. 21, around the high school. They also handed out "SLP Strong" bracelets made by a group of students in business innovations.

Abby Intveld and Dani Orloff

According to assistant principal Todd Goggleye, the administration brought coffee and donuts to staff members Dec. 21.

“It’s just a little bit of holiday cheer for the staff to send them on winter break,” Goggleye said.

Goggleye said he believes it is important to recognize the work the staff does every day.

“At this time of the year staff is working hard, students are working hard and we just want to spread the cheer,” Goggleye said.

According to Goggleye, St. Louis Park Public Schools will not have school Dec. 22-Jan. 6 for winter break. School will resume Jan. 7.

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