Learn more about Megan Olivia Hall a grade 7-12 science teacher at Open World Learning Community.
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Students from across the District perform to a packed house at the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts.
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SPPS wants to hear from you, so your perspective will be part of our new Racial Equity policy and how it is put into place across Saint Paul.
The May 21, 2013, Board of Education will air live on Saint Paul Cable Channel 16 stream live on the Web. The meeting starts at 5:45 p.m. Click here for viewing options.
Today, May 21, 2013, marks the 92nd annual School Patrol Parade, starting around 10 a.m. at 4th & Wall -- and ending at Rice Park in downtown St. Paul. The 2,000 participating students will then be bused to Como Park for a picnic to celebrate their year of fine work.
Megan Olivia Hall, a grade 7-12 science teacher at Open World Learning Community in the St. Paul district, has been chosen the 2013 Minnesota Teacher of the Year. She is the 49th winner of the prestigious award, and the third from the St. Paul School District.
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Video detailing new elementary Community School Zones is helping SPPS families find the right school for their student.
In March, more than 350 parents from ten sites graduated from the winter session of Parent Academy.
3M supports STEM education programming to enhance teaching strategies.
A proud graduate of Highland Park Senior High School, Steven Unowsky always knew he would have a career in education. As Middle Grades Assistant Superintendent in the school district where he grew up, Steven knows he is in the right place at the right time
At this year’s State of the District event, our young people demonstrated, more powerfully that any slide presentation or speech, that our district is in a very good place.
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