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  • 10 SPPS Students Qualified for National History Day

    Congratulations to the SPPS students who are moving on to National History Day on June 12-14. These students and their projects were awarded first or second place in their category at Minnesota State History Day.

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  • Honors Concert and Visual Art Exhibition at the Ordway

    More than 260 SPPS high school student artists, vocalists and instrumentalists showcased their talents at the annual Honors Concert and Visual Art Exhibition on April 20 at the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts. The Honors student artwork can be viewed at spps.org/honorsart and will be displayed from June 25 to July 24 at the Minnesota Museum of American Art, 350 Robert Street North, in Saint Paul.

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  • VIDEO: Teaching Financial Literacy at Junior Achievement North

    Every eighth grade student at SPPS engages in financial literacy curriculum, which culminates with a hands-on educational experience at Junior Achievement North. Students learn how to make and manage a budget and how much it costs to be an adult in America. This work is being funded through the American Rescue Plan (ARP).

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  • Metro Transit Summer Student Pass

    SPPS high school students can get unlimited rides on Metro Transit buses and light rail (up to a $3.25 fare) for just $30 with the Summer Student Pass. Passes are valid from June 1 through September 6, 2022. Visit metrotransit.org/summer-pass to purchase a pass.

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  • Scholarship Opportunity for High School Seniors

    3M and UNCF are offering a scholarship opportunity of up to $25,000 for eligible SPPS high school seniors. This need-based scholarship supports Black, American Indian, Asian and Hispanic students who are interested in pursuing a degree in science, technology, engineering or math in college. Read more about this scholarship and apply by May 12.

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  • Summer Learning Programs

    Summer Learning Programs give 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 by April 15 for the best opportunity to get into the program of your choice.

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  • May Is Mental Health Month

    Mental health is essential to your well-being and the well-being of your family. Reaching out is a sign of strength, not weakness. Now more than ever, we need to combat the stigma surrounding mental health concerns.

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  • Graduation Update

    The SPPS Class of 2022 will celebrate with in-person commencement ceremonies at the beginning of June. We’d love to hear what your senior is doing after graduation; ask them to share their stories here.

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  • Athletics Update

    Congratulations to our student athletes on their latest triumphs, including the SPPS nominees for the Athena Award.

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