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  • Honoring Indigenous Peoples Day, Every Day

    SPPS recently approved a new policy that allows tobacco, sage, sweetgrass and cedar to be used as traditional American Indian medicines in school. Students at schools throughout the district may learn more about Indigenous people, traditions and culture in honor of Indigenous Peoples Day on Oct. 10.

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  • Flu Shots Available at Weekly Clinics

    SPPS has flu shots available for anyone ages 5 and older at our Thursday vaccine clinics at 360 Colborne St. Families can make appointments by using the registration links at spps.org/covidvaccine. These registration forms are used to make appointments for a COVID-19 vaccine, flu shot, or both.

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  • COVID-19 Vaccine Clinics

    SPPS hosts COVID-19 vaccine clinics on Thursdays from 3-6 p.m. at 360 Colborne St. Anyone ages 5 and older can receive vaccines—our clinics are not yet offering vaccines for kids under 5. Kids ages 5-11 can receive booster shots five months after their second vaccine. Anyone ages 12 and older can now receive the updated (bivalent) booster shot two months after their second vaccine or first booster.

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  • MEA Meal Resources

    SPPS will not serve meals during MEA break on Thursday and Friday, Oct. 20-21. Visit youthprise.org/nutrition-program/ for a schedule of free meals for kids at Saint Paul Community Centers and Rec Centers.

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  • Frost Lake Elementary Is BEEutiful

    Frost Lake Elementary celebrated the completion of a two-year renovation project with a ribbon cutting ceremony last month. The new-and-improved school building features flexible learning spaces, inclusive restrooms, a new full-size gymnasium, playground, basketball court, kitchen and cafeteria. Design elements honor the school's mascot, the bee!

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  • Celebrate Walk, Bike and Roll to School Day

    SPPS invites families and schools to celebrate Walk, Bike, and Roll to School Day on October 12. Not only are walking and biking to school fun, they're also healthy, good for the environment, and can help students come to school more ready to learn. Schools might choose a different day in October to host this event, so check with your school to see what day they plan to celebrate.

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  • We Are SPPS: Ramón Lozano

    Mr. Lozano is a longtime bilingual educational assistant at Johnson Senior High School. He has worked for SPPS for 38 years and is beloved by students and colleagues alike. In honor of National Hispanic Heritage Month (Sept. 15-Oct. 15), here is his story as well as the stories of other proud Hispanic and Latinx staff in SPPS.

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  • Thinking Career and College Early Fair 2022

    Families and students in grades 6-12 are invited to attend the Thinking Career and College Early Fair at Harding High School (1540 E. Sixth St.) on Saturday, Oct. 29, from 10:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Meet with college representatives from state, community and private colleges and learn about admission requirements, applications and financial aid.

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  • Application for Educational Benefits

    All families are strongly encouraged to complete an Application for Educational benefits. These applications determine how much educational funding our schools receive, and there are many other benefits for families who qualify for free or reduced-price meal eligibility. Complete an application online at schoolcafe.com/spps. Paper applications are available at your child’s school.

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