Dianna Johnson considers the time she spends working with students in the American Indian Education Program’s sewing society as some of the most fulfilling hours of her day.
National African American Parent Involvement Day (NAAPID) is a day for parents to visit their child's school, see what their day is like and support education.
Gateway to College is a national program that gives students a second chance at earning a high school diploma while obtaining college credits.
More than 800 Saint Paul Public Schools (SPPS) community members turned out for the 4th Annual Karen New Year Celebration.
In addition to meeting elementary school teachers, principals and staff, more than 100 current and prospective SPPS students dressed up in hats and gowns and took “graduation” photos during the PreK - K School Choice Fair.
Join us tonight for the first of four community meetings to share feedback on the leadership qualities important to you in the next superintendent.
Every year, approximately 2,000 SPPS students experience homelessness. You can help. Donate new or lightly-used coats, hats, mittens, and blankets to Project REACH during the winter months.
Jennifer Nordstrand, school nurse, credits SPPS nurses for providing a safe and healthy environment for students to learn.
The Board has rescheduled its vote to Dec. 13 on a proposal to change school start times for the 2018-19 school year. The delay will allow time for the newly elected Board member, Jeannie Foster, to participate in the decision.
Review the results from multiple community meetings and a recent survey that will be used to recruit superintendent candidates for SPPS.
Take a look at the list of Saint Paul educators who were nominated for Education Minnesota’s top honor.
Highland Park Senior High School hosted hundreds of community members for the 2017 Chinese New Year Celebration.
The Early College program gives SPPS students several ways to earn college credits while still in high school.
If you’re interested in getting more involved with the district and its work there are a lot of ways to do it.
Elijah is an advocate for College in the Schools (CIS), in which SPPS students take college classes in their high schools and receive credit from the University of Minnesota -- at no charge.
Sumaya, a student at Humboldt Senior High School, has been accepted to every college where she’s applied.
The Common Black College Application allows students to apply to any number of 50 HBCUs at the same time for only $35.
This year Saint Paul Public Schools is pleased that eight students were named as semifinalists in the 2017 National Merit Scholarship program.