There will be no school for Early Childhood Special Education (ECSE) and all PreK-12 students Friday, Nov. 21, for parent-teacher conferences (ECSE, PreK-5), and teacher professional development (grades 6-12).
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The safety and well-being of students and staff is our top priority and the decision to close school is no simple matter. VIEW THE WINTER WEATHER PLAN.
Bridge View School celebrated its new accessible playground with a ribbon-cutting ceremony Oct. 30. | DONATE TO THE PLAYGROUND | VIDEO | PHOTO GALLERY
There will be no school Thursday, Nov. 20 for ECSE and Pre-K, and no school Friday, Nov. 21, for ECSE, PreK-12.
A teacher at Harding Senior High School will embark on the experience of a lifetime when he marches next week in the 88th annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City.
Three Saint Paul Public Schools students from the Leech Lake Band of Ojibwe will have the opportunity to participate in a ceremony for the 2014 U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree lighting in Washington D.C.
The Hmong Parent Advisory Council and Washington Technology Magnet School are hosting the ninth annual Hmong New Year Showcase.
SPPS is considering whether to change start times for primary and secondary schools. The district will maintain current start times for the school year 2015-16.
■ READ MORE ABOUT START TIMES
SPPS is following the guidance of the experts at the Minnesota Department of Health.
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Supt. Valeria Silva welcomes you to the 2014-15 school year for Saint Paul Public Schools.
Freedom Schools Grand Finale Celebration celebrates the 50-year anniversary of Freedom Schools.
SPPS staff explain the Rights and Responsibilities Handbook.
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
Hearing Ruby Bridges' historic story firsthand only reinforces the importance of our work today.
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