Reopen SPPS: Staff Page

  • SPPS will begin in-person learning for all 6-12 grade students who want it starting Wednesday, April 14.

    Until then, secondary students will continue in distance learning while we work to grow the in-person support that began for some students in February. SPPS will follow all of the health and safety measures as described in the Minnesota Safe Learning Plan and the SPPS COVID-19 Student and Family Guidelines.

    in person vs virtual staff chart


Back to School Staff Updates


  • Health and Safety Measures web banner

    SPPS is following all of the requirements and recommendations laid out in the Minnesota Safe Learning Plan. ⬇️

  • Face Coverings

  • Social Distancing

  • Health Screening Guidelines and Expectations

  • Facilities Updates

  • Disinfecting and Cleaning

  • Building Access for Families

  • Transportation

  • Meal Service

  • Sick Students

  • Contract Tracing

  • Quarantine Guidelines

  • Conditions to Transition to Distance Learning

  • Athletics and Activities

  • In Person Support for Grades 6-12 web banner

    SPPS began offering in-person support for 6-12 grade students at their schools the week of February 22. This in-person support is offered on Monday-Thursday. Fridays are distance learning days for all secondary students. Specific schedules vary based on the school and grade level. More information is available here.

  • Virtual Learning School banner

    Students enrolled in the Virtual Learning School began on February 1. Contact the Student Placement Center at 651-632-3760 or spc@spps.org with questions.

Report COVID Concerns

  • COVID reporting system button


  • Important Dates

    • March 11: Virtual learning deadline for secondary students (grades 6-12)

    • April 5-9: Spring break

    • April 12-13: Transition days - No school for secondary (grades 6-12) students

    • April 14: First day of in-person learning for secondary students
  • COVID-19 Employee Workplace Manual

    Staff should familiarize themselves with these guidelines, which are updated regularly and cover prevention strategies, health screening and monitoring, exclusion guidance, and the SPPS COVID-19 Reporting System.

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