Academic Support Center

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    **The last day of Term 1 is Wednesday, November 25. Programming is tentatively scheduled to resume January 25, 2021.**


    The purpose of the SPPS Academic Support Center is to provide in-person academic and/or social-emotional learning support for Pre-K-12 grade students and their families during distance learning. The centers will provide academic support, not classroom instruction. 

     

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    Senior Blitz Workshops

    The Academic Support Center is hosting Senior Blitz Workshop "catch up" days on Saturdays in November, December and January, from 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

    To reserve a spot, please call 651-632-3760 or fill out this form. Metro Transit passes are available for students who need transportation assistance.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What type of support is available?

  • Who will provide direct service to students?

  • How long can students stay at the ASC?

  • Will there be meals provided?

  • Will there be transportation for students?

  • What is the capacity for each ASC?

  • How do students register for support at the ASC?

  • What health and safety measures are in place?

  • If I have questions, who do I contact?

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  • Center Hours

    Monday-Friday 8:30 a.m. - 5:30 p.m.*
    Saturday 9:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
    *Closed non-school days

    Center Location*
    Washington Technology Magnet 
    1495 Rice Street
    Saint Paul, MN 55117 

    651-325-2494, asc@spps.org

    *Additional sites may be added based on need and availability of staff.

     

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    Saint Paul Public Library

    SPPS is partnering with the Saint Paul Public Library to provide additional academic and social-emotional learning support for Pre-K families. One-on-one appointments are available at Rondo Community Outreach Library, Riverview Library and George Latimer Central Library. To schedule an appointment, talk to your teacher, visit the library's website, or call 651-266-7000.

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