We would like to thank you in advance for your patience and understanding as we all start working in a new Distance Learning environment. This is new for everyone. Please be patient, be kind and be understanding -- and know we are all in this together.
If you have questions that you cannot find answers to on our website, please call your child’s school. You may also leave a message for the Office of Family Engagement at 651-767-8347 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for assistance. We will do our best to respond within one business day.
Today’s children are being prepared for jobs and careers that don’t exist yet. We know that to collaborate effectively, they will need skills in communications, flexibility, creativity, and an ability to seek and understand new information. Every student at Frost Lake receives personalized instruction from co-teachers who work together to meet the needs of each child. — Read More
Saint Paul Public Schools (SPPS) will provide free meals to children 18 years old and younger through its Summer Food Service Program. The program is also available to those who are 19 years old and older and have a mental or physical disability or who participate in a public or private nonprofit school program for the mentally or physically disabled.
Meals will be available at more than 75 locations throughout the city including SPPS schools, community centers and organizations. Meals will include breakfast, lunch, supper or a snack, depending on the site's hours of operation. For more information and the latest list of summer meal sites, visit spps.org/summermeals.
Other Summer Meal Options
Teachers redefine student learning experiences by creating opportunities for students to have a voice in choosing what and how they learn. Having iPads in each student’s hands enables them to access far more resources than a traditional school library or curriculum would. iPads allow teachers to tailor standards to the interests and passions of each student. Often these choices include aspects of racial and cultural identities, such as research about home countries, or cultural traditions and folk stories.
Frost Lake focuses our work around our vision of maximizing educational achievement through racial equity and personalized learning. Through ongoing partnerships with community, allocation of building resources and staff, purposeful planning and access to previous professional development for new staff, Frost Lake works to ensure that the racial equity and technology work continues to grow and deepen as the years progress.
Apple Inc. has named Frost Lake Elementary School an Apple Distinguished School for 2017–2019. The school uses Apple technology to change the climate, culture, and mindset of the school in order to maximize achievement and minimize racially predictable gaps.
Melissa Kalinowski brings a wealth of experience in helping our youngest students succeed. She has served as a classroom teacher, administrator and in several leadership roles for social studies, curriculum and equity. Ms. Kalinowski is looking forward to continuing her partnership with you and building upon the relationships she has established at Frost Lake over the last several years.
With mixed emotions, I am writing to announce that after 10 years at Frost Lake Elementary, I have decided to retire at the end of this school year.