Saint Paul Public Schools Nutrition Services is counting on Chef Jeff Ansorge to bring new culinary skills and a wide range of experience to the preparation of the 39,000 school breakfasts and lunches served daily. 
    Register for Summer Term by Friday, April 15
    Saint Paul Public Schools offers many opportunities for students to learn, move and grow when school is out for the summer.
    Saint Paul Public Schools is in a similar situation facing many Minnesota school districts this year: we are projecting a $15 million budget shortfall for the 2016-17 school year.

    The initial budget projection is due to a variety of reasons and is subject to change. Impacting factors include enrollment fluctuations, the number of students qualifying for free/reduced meals, contractual commitments and the fact that State funding has not kept up with inflation during the past 20 years. 

    The Board of Education will adopt the final budget during the June 21 Board of Education meeting.

    SPPS is committed to an inclusive and transparent budget process which includes staff, family and community engagement. In April, SPPS will host community information sessions. Interpreters and childcare will be available.
    • Thursday, April 14, 6-7:30 p.m.
    • Saturday, April 16, 10-11:30 a.m.
    Four SPPS teachers have made it to the semifinals for this year's Minnesota Teacher of the Year award.
    Michelle Viera Keleny, Lead Social Worker for Saint Paul Public Schools, is passionate about the important services school social workers provide every day in the district. 
    No School For Some SPPS Schools March 17-18
    There will be no school for ECSE and Pre-K students on Thursday, March 17. Students in PreK-5 and PreK-8 schools will not have school on Friday, March 18. Crossroads Montessori/Science, all 6-8 middle schools and high schools are in session.