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Several dozen volunteers and members of the community turned out Saturday, June 28, to help build a new playground for Saint Paul Music Academy. | DETAILS
The Metro Green Line will cover 11 miles, connecting downtown Minneapolis to downtown Saint Paul and neighborhoods in between. Now is the time to learn how to be safe around the light rail trains and tracks.
More than 1,000 musicians and color guard students will be marching to Harding High School on Wednesday, July 30, for this year’s largest drum and bugle corps show in Minnesota.
Saint Paul Public Schools Superintendent Valeria Silva joined President Barack Obama and leaders from the largest school districts across the country to pledge to improve the academic and social outcomes of young men of color.
Saint Paul Public Schools is giving families a variety of options to enroll in school this summer. The Student Placement Center at SPPS will have extended hours on Tuesdays and Thursdays through July and on select days in August and September.
Como Park Senior High School students and others in Saint Paul Public Schools participated in the St. Anthony Park July 4th in the Park 2014.
SPPS is engaging stakeholders—teachers, students, principals, community programs and more—in order to determine whether the district should change start times for primary and secondary schools.
■ READ MORE ABOUT START TIMES
SPPS African American male students honor African American men and women who have positively impacted their lives.
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.
In spring 2014, SPPS announced a plan to distribute Apple iPads for all students, teachers as part of its Personalized Learning curriculum plan.
■ Q&A: THE APPLE IPAD PLAN
■ DETAILS: APPLE LEASE APPROVED
I encourage you to keep in touch over the summer. The 2014-15 school year may seem far away right now, but here are some ways you can keep up with the latest.
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