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    Stay up to date on what's happening across SPPS through the success of our students, staff and community.

  • SPPS Opens Districtwide Career Pathways Center

    SPPS welcomed over 150 students to be part of the new Districtwide Career Pathways Center this fall. In partnership with 3M, Saint Paul College and Heart of America, this new program allows students from any SPPS high school to get hands-on experience in high-wage, in-demand careers.

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  • COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics

    SPPS hosts COVID-19 vaccine clinics on Thursdays from 3-6 p.m. at 360 Colborne St. Anyone ages 5 and older can receive vaccines—our clinics are not yet offering vaccines for kids under 5. Kids ages 5-11 can receive booster shots five months after their second vaccine. Anyone ages 12 and older can now receive the updated (bivalent) booster shot two months after their second vaccine or first booster.

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  • Happy First Week of School!

    This week was filled with excitement as SPPS teachers, principals and leadership members welcomed students back to school. Watch our video capturing all the action on the first day of school.

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  • Vikings Star Receiver Adam Thielen Donates New Weight Room at Humboldt

    The Thielen Foundation graciously provided funding to completely renovate the weight room at Humboldt High School. SPPS students and staff joined Adam and Caitlin Thielen for a ribbon cutting and dedication on September 13.

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  • Celebrate Walk, Bike and Roll to School Day

    SPPS invites families and schools to celebrate Walk, Bike, and Roll to School Day on October 12. Not only are walking and biking to school fun, they're also healthy, good for the environment, and can help students come to school more ready to learn. Schools might choose a different day in October to host this event, so check with your school to see what day they plan to celebrate.

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  • Back to School Photo Gallery

    Thank you for sending us your first day of school photos! From Pre-K to 12th grade and teachers too, it was great to see so many smiling faces. Look through our back to school photo gallery.

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  • Xello Family Portal Coming Soon

    SPPS uses the online program Xello to help students in K-12 identify their strengths and interests, plan for the future, and explore different careers. Xello recently created the Xello Family Portal so parents can now view their student’s activities and plans. Visit our Xello Family Portal webpage for more information. Families will receive an email next week with information on how to set up a Xello Family account.

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  • Former Central High School Student Becomes Principal

    Central High School's new principal Cherise Ayers is no stranger to the school. Read more about her journey back to her alma mater.

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  • Application for Educational Benefits

    All families are strongly encouraged to complete an Application for Educational benefits. These applications determine how much educational funding our schools receive, and there are many other benefits for families who qualify for free or reduced-price meal eligibility. Complete an application online at schoolcafe.com/spps. Paper applications are available at your child’s school.

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