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  • Immunizations and Flu Shots

    SPPS is partnering with Children’s Minnesota to offer flu shots and other vaccinations in their mobile clinic on Thursdays at Washington Tech. Immunizations are also available at the Washington Tech Health Start Clinic on Mondays starting November 16.

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  • Kids Vote for President

    During the 2020 General Election, hundreds of SPPS students participated in the statewide Students Voting mock election. Find out who they elected to be President of the United States.

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  • Safe at Home

    Community Education is offering a free online course for fourth through sixth graders called Safe at Home. Students will learn how to make safe decisions when home alone for short periods of time.

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  • COVID-19 Testing and Community Resources

    Ramsey County residents can get free COVID-19 saliva tests mailed to their homes or in person at Roy Wilkins Auditorium. Resources for mental health, food and other needs are also available through several community organizations.

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  • Thanksgiving Meal Resources

    SPPS will not be serving meals on Thursday and Friday, November 26-27. Please visit spps.org/fallmeals for more information on where to get meals before and during the holiday weekend.

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  • VIDEO: Serving Food Safely

    Following recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and the Minnesota Department of Health, new lunchroom procedures include social distancing, plexiglass dividers, table signage and more.

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  • Application for Educational Benefits

    While meals are free for all students this year, it is critical that all families complete this application. These applications help to ensure your child’s school receives funding for both in-person and distance learning programs and supports.

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  • Virtual Storytime

    SPPS elementary students can watch a live reading of a new children’s book written by local author Kao Kalia Yang on Friday, December 4, at 10:30 a.m. The book is also available for free in the MackinVia app on students’ iPads.

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  • Jim Vue Elected to SPPS Board

    In a special election on November 3, voters elected Jim Vue to the SPPS Board of Education. Vue has been serving on the Board on an interim basis since July.

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