Our students benefit from the support of community members, area businesses and organizations that generously give of their time, talents and treasures.
Senior Activity Pass
Senior community members (age 65+) who live in the district are invited to participate in the Senior Activity Pass program and enjoy complimentary admission to home, regular season school contests. The pass is not valid at region, section, state, or postseason events, or plays where royalties are involved. Please fill out this application and you will be sent the pass in the US Mail. If you have questions, please contact Rachael Markuson at 651-407-7563 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
All community members are invited to attend our public events and celebrations. Contact specific school principals if you are interested in getting additional information about any of our events.
The White Bear Lake Area School District works in partnership with a variety of community organizations to expand student opportunities while efficiently employing community resources. Contact the Superintendent's Office if you are interested in pursuing a district partnership.
Find examples of district partners here.
White Bear Lake Area Schools is fortunate to have thousands of hours of volunteer help. Volunteers do everything from playground supervision, offering reading help, assisting with field trips and helping in classrooms. Contact any school principal if you are interested in volunteering at our schools. All District volunteers must complete a volunteer background check before working with children. Volunteer background checks are done every three (3) years.
White Bear Lake Area Educational Foundation
The White Bear Lake Area Educational Foundation (WBLAEF) supports our schools with the help of local businesses, alumni, and community members. The Foundation administers teaching grants, scholarships, fellowships for teachers, an Angel Fund for families with special economic needs, and works closely with the White Bear Lake Area Alumni Association.
Find information about the White Bear Lake Area Educational Foundation.