Due to the heavy snowfall yesterday and today, school will be canceled today at all schools in the district. All before- and after-school activities, including School Age Care, are also canceled. The decision to close school is due mostly to the fact that several roads in the northern part of our schools district are impassable, even though some roads in our district are relatively clear.



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Coming Events

April 18
All Schools
No School: Holiday

April 25
Benson Great Hall, Bethel University
Bethel Concert
7:30 p.m.

April 26   
The Great Hall, St. Paul
High School Prom
6 p.m.

May 20
Various Polling Locations
Election Day
Forest Lake District Bond

May 26
No School: Memorial Day

May 29  
FL High School
Pops Concert
7 p.m.

June 2
FL High School
Academic Awards and Hall of Fame Induction 
7 p.m.

June 3
Forest Hills Golf Club
Hall of Fame Reception
6 p.m.

June 5
FL High School Football Stadium
Commencement
7 p.m.

 

Ranger Review rescheduled for April 12

FLAS Community Education’s Ranger Review is the first annual district staff variety show. Tickets are five dollars. The funds raised will go toward Community Education scholarships for next year. The performance will be on April 12 at 7 p.m. at the Forest Lake Area High School auditorium. Call (651) 982-8110 for more information.

New academic-year calendars available

The district has approved the 2014-15 and 2015-16 academic calendars. To view the 2014-15 calendar click here, to view the 2015-16 calendar click here. To view this year's academic calendar click here.

Two make-up days added to the school district calendar

The district has added two additional school days to the district calendar - Feb. 17 and March 31. These have been added to help compensate for five school days lost during the past couple of months due to frigid temperatures. Click here to view or download the revised 2013-2014 school calendar.

2014 Facilities Bond information

On May 20, 2014, voters in the Forest Lake Area Schools community will have the chance to vote on a facilities bond for the district. If approved by local voters, the project will make upgrades and improvements to the safety and security of every district school, and it will also make much-needed repairs and address long-overdue deferred maintenance issues. Click here to go to the 2014 Facilities Bond page.

Norby breaks Rangers scoring record

In a season-high 30-point scoring output against Duluth East on Feb. 1, senior Bailey Norby broke the Forest Lake girls’ basketball career scoring record. She surpassed the previous mark of 1,803 career points held by former Rangers star and Minnesota Gopher Katie Alsdurf. Norby led the Rangers to a 67-46 win over the Greyhounds, and she now has seven more regular season games and at least one playoff game to add to her school record of 1,806 career points. Click here to read the full news release. Click here to see the video of her record-breaking shot.