Happening Now | Feb. 25, 2016
STUDENTSExcitement, science, teamwork and lots of Legos filled Washington Technology Magnet School on Feb. 20 for the FIRST Lego League State Tournament.SPPS Culinary Competition Teaches Students About More Than Competitive CookingStudents will show off their cooking skills to a panel of local celebrity judges at the 3rd Annual Saint Paul Public Schools Culinary Competition on Friday, March 4 at Saint Paul College.THE BUZZ
Graduation rate for Black and Hispanic SPPS students increased and exceeds state graduation rate.
The four-year student graduation rates for Saint Paul Public Schools remain steady, with one high school's rate a full 10 percentage points above the state average. The graduation rate for Black and Hispanic SPPS students increased and exceeds the state graduation rate for the second consecutive year. Seven high schools in the district are above the state average of 82 percent for graduation.STUDENTS, STAFF AND FAMILIESA group of Highland Park Senior High School students recently signed this banner and brought it to Central High School to show their support in the midst of difficult times.Highland Park Senior High School hosted hundreds of SPPS staff, students and community members for the 2016 Chinese New Year Celebration. The event featured students from Jie Ming Mandarin Immersion Academy and Highland Park Middle School.
No School Friday, Feb. 26
There will be no school on Friday, Feb. 26, for all grades at Saint Paul Public Schools. Friday is a conference prep day for PreK-5 teachers, and a professional development day for teachers of grades 6-12.STAY CONNECTED