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Graduation rates in nearly all high schools in Saint Paul Public Schools exceed the state’s average, significantly reducing the racial disparity between white students and students of color.
Jacklyn Lynch a pre-kindergarten teacher at Randolph Heights Elementary, is the winner of Saint Paul Public Schools' breakfast recipe contest with a healthy and delicious Bran Muffin, SPPS Nutrition Services revealed this week.
“It’s been a long year for us,” Minutemen Head Coach Scott Howell said. “But this feels real good. Since Christmas we’ve lost seven players for various reasons, but our three seniors have stepped up to be the stability block of the team. I’m proud of these guys. Really proud.”
City of Saint Paul youth summer sports registration is open now through March 31.
Monday, June 9 has been scheduled as the single make-up day required for Saint Paul Public Schools students because of the six weather-related school closings this year.
Our commitment to equity is the foundation for Strong Schools, Strong Communities. Eliminating our district's institutional racism will increase achievement for all students, while narrowing the gaps between the highest and lowest-performing students.
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Why Harding graduation rates exceeded the state’s average of 79 percent in 2013.
Johnson High School hosted college representatives from state, community and private colleges.
Here's a glimpse at a few NAAPID events that happened around SPPS schools on Feb. 10.
This spring marks the completion of the first phase of the Strong Schools, Strong Communities strategic plan for improving the education of all students. The second phase—Strong Schools, Strong Communities 2.0—will refine our focus.
Unfortunately, with six missed school days this year due to this challenging winter, the law requires that we add one makeup day at the end of the year. June 9 will now be the last day of school in 2014.
We invite you to support the Saint Paul Public Schools Foundation and our work to rally investments of time and resources to support academic success in the Saint Paul Public Schools.
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