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  • Free Summer Meals for Kids 18 and Under

    Summer meals are available at no cost to kids 18 and under, or those over 18 who have a disability and are enrolled in a school program. Meals will be served at parks and community spaces, starting June 14. For information and locations, visit spps.org/summermeals.

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  • Learning to Read Is a Science

    With funding from the American Rescue Plan (ARP), SPPS hired WINN (What I Need Now) literacy teachers to provide daily small group reading instruction for kindergarten through third grade students. Close to 3,000 students across the district have participated in the program in its first year.

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  • Dozens of SPPS Soon-to-Be Grads Earn Wallin Scholarships

    Seventy-two soon-to-be SPPS graduates have been awarded the prestigious Wallin Scholarship, courtesy of Wallin Education Partners. Each scholar will receive up to $16,000 over four years, plus advising and access to support. See the full list of SPPS scholarship recipients here.

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  • Keep Learning This Summer!

    Keep students engaged in learning this summer with these reading resources, Community Education courses and Summer Learning Programs.

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  • Summer COVID-19 Guidelines

    Please note the following COVID-19 prevention guidelines that will be in place for Summer Learning Programs, Discovery Club, Crossroads and other SPPS summer programming. The guidance includes updates around face coverings, visitors, field trips and other measures.

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  • June Is Pride Month

    Out for Equity invites you to celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride with SPPS staff, students, families, and community partners this June at MNSOC Youth Pride and TC Pride Family Fun Day! SPPS is committed to providing respectful and inclusive learning environments where everyone who is LGBTQ+ knows they are cared for, valued, and respected. Read about how SPPS supports all students’ gender identities in our Gender Inclusion Policy.

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  • Congrats, Grads!

    Visit spps.org/graduation to watch recordings of SPPS graduations, look at photos and read interviews about graduating seniors, and review the list of students graduating with summa cum laude or distinguished honors.

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  • Final Grades & Transcripts

    Families can view and download final elementary school progress reports and middle and high school report cards in Campus after June 13. Graduating seniors will receive a mailed copy of their final progress report in late June.

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  • COVID-19 Boosters Now Available for Ages 5-11

    The CDC has approved COVID-19 booster shots for anyone age 5 years and older. Booster shots are currently available for anyone 5 years and older who received their second dose of Pfizer or Moderna vaccine at least five months ago or Johnson & Johnson vaccine at least two months ago. For more information and to make an appointment, visit spps.org/covidvaccine.

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