• Happening Now in SPPS

  • Winter Weather Plan

    SPPS continually monitors the forecast from the National Weather Service in order to make the best decision for students, staff and families. Our commitment is to keep the community informed of weather-related school closings and cancellations.

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  • New Meal Pickup Sites

    Free meal boxes can now be picked up at over 50 schools across St. Paul. Pre-orders are required to pick up meals at most elementary and middle schools. Find the full list of locations, pickup times and the pre-order form at spps.org/2021meals.

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  • It’s Time to Choose a Great School

    It’s time to enroll for the 2021-22 school year. The priority deadline for applications is Friday, March 5. There’s still time to attend a virtual open house, watch school tour videos or attend an enrollment workshop. Choose up to two schools and apply today!

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  • Help Keep SPPS Open Safely

    Safety is everyone’s responsibility. What you do both in and outside of school helps our whole community stay healthy and learn safely. Review the SPPS COVID-19 Student and Family Guidelines for reminders about face coverings, health screenings, travel guidance, and how to report COVID-19 symptoms or close contacts.

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  • Gallery: First Weeks of In-Person Learning

    On February 1, Saint Paul Public Schools (SPPS) welcomed back approximately 4,000 students for in-person learning. On February 16, students in grades 3-5 experienced their own “first day” of school. See pictures from the first few weeks in our photo gallery and submit yours here.

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  • In-Person Program Updates

    Following the Governor’s Executive Order, several SPPS programs and services are currently on hold. These include the Academic Support Center, athletics and activities, Discovery Club and Extended Day for Learning.

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  • Secondary Support Begins February 22

    The first week of in-person support for secondary (6-12 grade) students begins Monday, February 22. This date was selected because the COVID-19 case rate for Ramsey County has remained below 30 for two consecutive weeks.

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  • 2021 Minnesota Teacher of the Year Candidates

    Three Saint Paul Public Schools teachers are candidates for 2021 Minnesota Teacher of the Year. Learn more about Eugenia Popa (Harding High School), John Horton (J.J. Hill Montessori) and Kathy Romero (Como Park Senior High School).

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  • Application for Educational Benefits

    While meals are free for all students this year, it is critical that all families complete this application. These applications help to ensure your child’s school receives funding for both in-person and distance learning programs and supports.

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