Personal Learning Plans
All Saint Paul Public Schools students, grades PreK-12, create a Personal Learning Plan (PLP). The PLP gives students opportunities to identify their strengths, skills and interests and connect them to careers that may interest them. The PLP helps students explore and identify post-secondary options that will lead them to achieve their goals.
All 5th, 8th and 9th grade students participate in individual advising meetings with their school counselor. Topics vary and can include growth in self-awareness, academic progress, career planning, and post-secondary planning.
Starting in Kindergarten, students access their PLP through a digital platform called Xello. Students are guided to create and add to their PLP throughout the school year during lessons taught by counselors and teachers.