Minnesota Governor Tim Walz has issued a new stay-at-home order, which will go into effect at 11:59 p.m. on Friday, March 27. This order means that students will not go back to school after spring break. Distance learning will begin on Monday, April 6, and go through at least May 4, 2020. More information is available at https://www.spps.org/covid
Our school feels like a small learning community, yet with all the opportunities available in a large urban school. Partnerships with local universities and community organizations, such as the Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra CONNECT Program, enable us to offer many rich educational experiences. Learn more...
The fine arts are important at Groveland! Each grade level enjoys a different art enrichment during the school year. Some examples this year will include the MacPhail Center for Music for PreK, ArtiCulture for grade K, COMPAS Artist Shakun Mehashwari for grades 1-2, Musician Ross Sutter for grade 3, a COMPAS Residency for grade 4 and Northern Clay and African Drumming with Brother Ghana for grade 5. Minnesota art standards are incorporated into the experiences. Each of the art experiences have been made possible through the genrousity of the Groveland community. The PTO has worked to provide each grade level with special opportunities.
Welcome to Groveland! Students have exciting learning opportunities all year. In addition to science, math, literature, physical education and music students have a fine arts enrichment unit designed for their grade level. The Saint Paul Chamber Orchestra's CONNECT Program provides students with a top quality musical experience. St. Paul Parks and Recreation classes and Spanish are some opportunities available outside of the school day.
Translators, childcare and transportation are provided for most family events at school. Please call the main office 651-293-8760 for more information on specific events.