Meet teachers and principals from all Saint Paul Public Schools (SPPS) and many private, charter and parochial schools. It's fun and it's free. Bring your friends and neighbors! | FREE PARK-AND-RIDE
The goal of immersion education is to enable students to become bilingual and bi-literate. Students in the Mandarin Immersion program experience quality education that integrates language and content.
The Saint Paul City Council will recognize Jill Marie Gugisberg Wall, the Saint Paul Public School’s PreK-12 Aerospace and Engineering Program Manager, for her contributions to the city, Saint Paul Public Schools, the eastside community and students and staff at Farnsworth Aerospace School and Johnson High School.
The purpose of the annual "Shop with Cops" and "Heroes and Helpers" events is for police officers and firefighters to get to know, and have positive interactions with, neighborhood families and students while also providing a resource for impoverished families.
An artist reception for Galtier Community School's fourth-graders from 2-2:30 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 16 at Groundswell coffee shop. An artists’ reception for fifth-graders will be on from 2-2:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Dec. 17. The students’ work will be displayed at Groundswell coffee shop from Dec. 16 through Jan. 19.
Ramsey Middle School will host a 19th annual Holiday Art Fair on Saturday, Dec. 7.
Saint Paul Public Schools is currently in its contract negotiation process with the Saint Paul Federation of Teachers. The process is expected to result in a signed 2013-2015 contract for more than 3,200 SPPS teachers and other school staff.
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During a grand opening ceremony, excited SPMA students were given backpacks, water bottles and seven new books to read at home.
More than 100 SPPS staff, students and community members recently gathered to celebrate the SPPS Indian Education Program’s 40th Anniversary.
Students and their parents share their experiences—and dreams and aspirations—from within the Saint Paul Public Schools.
Theresa Battle learned the value of an education at an early age. Growing up, her parents stressed that through education, family and faith, a successful and fulfilling life was something she could achieve.
I feel so lucky to lead a school district where our teachers and staff are excited to work together to interrupt systems and create meaningful change on behalf of our students.
Eliminating our district’s institutional racism will increase achievement, including on-time graduation, for all students, while narrowing the gaps between the highest- and lowest-performing students.
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