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Welcome from the Principal


At Park Spanish Immersion Elementary School, we are very proud of our amazing learners and our outstanding immersion program. Our school was founded in 1996; we were one of the first immersion schools in Minnesota. Our current staff members were born in fourteen different countries. These phenomenal individuals collaborate with our families and work tirelessly to ensure that our students flourish academically and socially—at their individual levels.

It is a pleasure for me to blend my love of teaching and learning with the Spanish language and its diverse cultures.  I was previously an elementary and junior high Spanish immersion teacher for seven years. Since 2000, I have had the privilege to work for St. Louis Park Public Schools in a variety of teaching and administrative capacities, formerly as Assistant Principal at St. Louis Park Junior High School and as Principal of Susan Lindgren Intermediate Center. The 2021-22 school year marks my 12th year serving as the PSI Principal.

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Find contact information for the main office, school administrators, attendance line, health office, school nutrition and more! 


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School Supply List

Make sure your student is ready for school in the Fall by getting a head start on school supplies.


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At Park Spanish Immersion School, students are immersed in the Spanish language while they learn reading, writing, mathematics, science, social studies and other subject areas.


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¡LaPrensa! is a weekly e-newsletter for parents and guardians to learn important information about upcoming events. 


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The PSI PTO supports the school through events, volunteerism of parents, encouragement of teachers and students, and community involvement. 


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Kids Place is a high quality, professional child care program that is academically enriching, fun and safe for all children.


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News & Events

News & Events

Keep Schools Open: Stay Home When You Are Sick

Families are reminded to keep students home when they are sick, including if they have any COVID-related symptoms such as a fever, difficulty breathing, loss of taste or snell, muscle pain, chills, cough, runny nose/congestion, sore throat, headache or fatigue.

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