Keep Learning This Summer!
At Saint Paul Public Schools, the learning doesn’t stop when the school year ends. Keep your students engaged this summer with a variety of enrichment and educational activities offered by SPPS and other local and national organizations.
SPPS has compiled a robust list of reading and learning opportunities to keep students engaged in literacy activities this summer. Keep your kids reading with the Saint Paul Public Library’s Summer Spark program, find a map of Little Free Libraries, and discover new virtual books on your SPPS iPad.
Virtual Enrichment Activities
Students who are returning to school this fall can keep their iPads over the summer. Check out this extensive list of enrichment and challenge activities in art, language arts, language learning, math, music, social studies, science and more.
Summer Learning Programs
Summer Learning Programs give SPPS students opportunities to learn new things and strengthen current academic skills; prepare for the upcoming school year through active, fun and hands-on activities; and make progress toward graduation. All programs are FREE. Register now!
SPPS Community Education offers a wide range of in-person and virtual programming for youth and adults. This summer’s catalog includes full-day summer camps, tumbling classes, online cooking and drawing courses, and Club 456 online courses for early learners. For ages 17 and up, free summer classes will be taught at the Hubbs Center from June 21 to August 19. Topics include reading, math and English. Explore all programs here.
Please note the COVID-19 precautions that will be in place for in-person summer programming at SPPS.