Welcome Parents and Families
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Parents and families play a key role in helping students succeed. From choosing schools to helping with homework and making plans for the future, thanks for all that you do.

In addition to the parent resources listed at left, please use the highlighted resources below for additional programs and services available to help parents and family members be informed and involved in our schools.

Helpful resources are available to families to Support Learning at Home.

Area Learning Centers (ALC) The Saint Paul Area Learning Center (ALC) is a nationally recognized model for providing educational services leading to high school diploma.

Early Childhood Screening helps to identify health and developmental needs of young children before they enter kindergarten. The screening includes vision, hearing, height, weight, development, speech, and review of health and immunization information. 

Enroll in School: Choosing an elementary or secondary school for your child is an important decision. We can help you make the right choice. Contact our Student Placement Center to get started and visit our Online School Selection Guide for more information.

The district's Office of Family Engagement & Community Partnerships welcomes families to work in partnership with us to help our students succeed. We hope this site will help you learn how you can be involved and why it makes a difference.

The Problem Solving Team Handbook (PDF) is a publication created by the Special Education department that explains the problem solving model and contains the meeting forms and related resources used by the Saint Paul Public School District in the Problem Solving Model for Student/Teacher Assistance Teams (STATS).

Rights and Responsibilities is a student behavior handbook for elementary and secondary schools.

Title I - Funded Programs
provides supplemental educational services to ensure that all children have a fair, equal, and significant opportunity to obtain a high quality education.