WP info on transition to in-person learning

Wilshire Park transition to in-person learning 

Information for families, such as FAQs and important upcoming dates. 

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Free grab-and-go meals available to all children 18 and under 

View locations, days, and pick-up times, and complete a meal request form online. 

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Wanted: Substitute teachers

Have you considered becoming a substitute teacher for St. Anthony-New Brighton? There are flexible options and anyone with a four-year degree is eligible.

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Wilshire Park Elementary School

Serving students in grades kindergarten through grade five, Wilshire Park Elementary provides an individualized educational experience. We form strong partnerships with students, parents and families.

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Breakfast and Lunch Menus

Learn more about meals, nutrition, pricing and payments.


Weekly Updates

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St. Anthony Sports Boosters

Learn more about Boosters and activities going on at Wilshire Park Elementary School.


COVID-19 Response Plan

Learn more about what the district is doing to prepare and plan during the COVID-19 pandemic.       

Wilshire Park Calendar

Wilshire Park News

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As we transition to in-person learning, we will continue utilizing our mitigation strategies to reduce the transmission of COVID-19 in our schools--wearing masks, utilizing 3 feet of distance, washing hands, and remaining home when individuals feel ill or have symptoms of COVID. 

With more students in our buildings, we also expect to be notified of additional cases of COVID in our schools.  We have been informed that the St. Anthony-New Brighton School District has a lab-confirmed case of COVID-19, with exposure dates of 4/5/21 and 4/6/21.  For privacy reasons, we cannot share details about the status of the individuals. At this time, they have been advised to stay home and away from other people (isolate).

Read More about Message to families from Superintendent Corneille - April 9, 2021