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Zanewood Community

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Building a Better Future, Phase II: Community considering school building needs Nov. 7

Community members are being asked to consider addressing school building needs on the Nov. 7, 2023 ballot. Priorities include:

  • Secure learning environments with enhanced safety.
  • Spaces for math, science and career programs, specialized learning services and growing student populations.
  • Access to similar learning experiences at all district schools, including program opportunities, class size levels and the functionality of spaces.

Learn more by attending a Community Informational Meeting on Sept. 19 at  6 p.m. in Park Center's forum room.


Front of Zanewood Community school
A group of Zanewood Community school students planting a garden with their teacher
Zanewood Community teacher and student standing together in the hallway
Zanewood Community student sitting in the hallway and smiling
Two Zanewood Community school students holding books and smiling

Zanewood Community School is a STEAM Magnet School with a focus on Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math. Our STEAM scholars spend up to 65 hours a year in specialized STEAM spaces fostering creativity, building collaboration and problem-solving skills, and engaging in authentic learning experiences that connect them to their community and global audiences.  

Community Partners

Thank you to our community partners for all that they do for our students.



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Check out our events coming up at Zanewood Community: A STEAM School.



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Student Projects

Project Based Learning (PBL) is a research-based best practice in which scholars learn by actively engaging in real-world and personally meaningful projects. Check out our students' past projects!

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Check out our STEAM spaces, including the Art Studio, Makerspace, Science Lab, Engineering Lab, Outdoor Learning Space and ZW TV.


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To schedule a tour, contact Katharine Dwyer at or 763-561-9077 x81438.


We offer scholars a comprehensive curriculum that includes more than 65 hours of STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts and math) instruction every year—empowering students to be creators, collaborators and problem solvers.


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