The Saint Paul Board of Education



    Learn more about the role of the School Board within the district. 

    To learn more about each Saint Paul Public Schools Board of Education member, please click their photo or name for more information.


    Board members are elected at-large to serve the district of Saint Paul Public Schools.  Board members do connect with a focus Area of schools to provide a direct link for students, families, staff, and community, as well as coordination of school event attendance.  Board member areas are noted below.  View the map of schools by area.

  • Jim Vue

        JIM VUE | Chair


         Term: 1/2022-12/2025

        Focus Area:  D


         2022 Committees

         Board Policy Work Group | Equity Committee | School Climate and Safety

         Tribal Consultation

         Joint Property Tax Advisory Committee

                                                                             Council of the Great City Schools



  • Chauntyll Allen



    Term: 1/2020-12/2023

    Focus Area:  F1


    2022 Committees

    Board Budget Subcommittee

    Association of Metropolitan School Districts

    Saint Paul Teachers Retirement Association Board of Trustees

    Minnesota State High School League  | Presidential Advisory Council at Saint Paul College



In Memorial

  • Marny Xiong


    Marny Xiong joined the Board in 2018. She lived in the Payne-Phalen neighborhood and was close to her family, including her parents, two sisters, five brothers, brother-in-law, and nieces and nephews. A lifelong Saint Paul resident, Marny was a proud graduate of Saint Paul Public Schools. In her free time, she enjoyed reading, traveling, going to movies, and spending time with her family and friends. With her background in community and grassroots organizing and experience as a school business manager in Minneapolis Public Schools, Marny aimed to ensure families are authentically engaged on policies and processes so that all SPPS students are ready to succeed after graduation. She believed that as a district, we need to uplift all students equitably with services, support, and policies that are culturally relevant, engaging, and inclusive. She was encouraged to join the Board to ensure that all students and families feel welcome and supported in our schools while striving to be part of the change to build SPPS to reflect the values of our richly diverse community. As a board member, Marny was invested in the future of SPPS because it was through the support of her parents and teachers that she was able to achieve her hopes and dreams, and she aspired to bring that same experience to all students.


    Read the Resolution Remembering Marny Xiong here.