There is no school for SPPS students in grades Pre-K through 12 on Friday, April 18 for a teacher development day. Discovery Club is open.
Listening sessions provide community members the opportunity to speak directly with Board members, and for Board members to listen and have informal and respectful dialogue with the community. | DETAILS
Creating an original opera is a school tradition and a fourth grade milestone that began 19 years ago when the school opened its doors. | DETAILS
Summer Term (S-Term) is a way for students to have an active mind and body over the summer. | Website: summer.spps.org | Community Education: commed.spps.org
At Tuesday's Board of Education meeting, the Board heard about the Facilities Master Plan (FMP), a large-scale, nearly two-year project that will ultimately result in a 10-year plan for how the district's capital funding will be spent on construction, update and maintenance of buildings and grounds.
Highland Park Senior High School teacher Charlotte Landreau - a finalist for finalists 2014 Minnesota Teacher of the Year - recently participated in a Q&A to discuss her experience as an educator and how she came to be a Teacher of the Year finalist.
The Minnesota Interscholastic Athletic Administrators Association (MnIAAA) recently named Nancy Galligan, the Athletic Director at Highland Park High School, the Region 4AA Athletic Administrator of the Year.
Monday, June 9 has been scheduled as the single make-up day required for Saint Paul Public Schools students because of the six weather-related school closings this year.
SPPS African American male students honor African American men and women who have positively impacted their lives.
Why Harding graduation rates exceeded the state’s average of 79 percent in 2013.
Johnson High School hosted college representatives from state, community and private colleges.
This spring marks the completion of the first phase of the Strong Schools, Strong Communities strategic plan for improving the education of all students. The second phase—Strong Schools, Strong Communities 2.0—will refine our focus.
The past weekend, schools received information about funding for their staff and buildings for 2014-2015. Departments and programs will receive the same information Friday, April 18.
We invite you to support the Saint Paul Public Schools Foundation and our work to rally investments of time and resources to support academic success in the Saint Paul Public Schools.
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