• Summer Meal Service

    Home meal delivery and curbside pickups will continue this summer and include new menu items. Summer meal delivery is open to all Saint Paul residents, not just SPPS students. Meals are delivered Monday-Friday, with curbside pickup at select schools on Fridays. Register now.

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  • Staying Active Outdoors

    Getting outside is a great way to keep your family physically and mentally healthy over the summer. We have several ideas for safe outdoor fun, from walking and biking to outdoor academics and other physical activities.

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  • Congratulations, Graduates!

    SPPS is holding virtual graduation ceremonies to honor our seniors at 15 schools throughout the district. The ceremonies are being streamed live and can be viewed on our website, along with video messages from local leaders. Congratulations to all of our 2020 graduates!

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  • End-of-Year iPad Information

    Students returning to SPPS in fall 2020 will keep their iPad and charging cord at home this summer. Students not returning to SPPS in fall 2020 should return their iPad and charging cord to their school by June 9, or to 1930 Como Ave. after that date.

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  • SPPS Serves 2 Million Meals

    This week, SPPS surpassed 2 million meals served since the beginning of the COVID-19 school closure on March 16, 2020.

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  • Fall Music Registration

    Students currently in grades 5-11 should enroll in music classes through their 2020-21 school's guidance counselor. A list of secondary music teachers, whom you can contact with any questions, is now available on the website.

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  • Senior iPad and Google Doc Backup

    Seniors must back up and save any files in Google Drive that they want to keep by July 31, 2020. After July 31, all Google Drive files will be inaccessible.

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  • How to Look Up Student Usernames and Passwords

    Families of PreK-5 students can now look up their student’s username and password in Campus Parent. This password-protected site enables families to find information about their students.

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  • Graduation Update

    Due to current health guidelines, Saint Paul Public Schools will host virtual graduations for the Class of 2020. All school graduation ceremonies will be held at the same date and time that was announced last fall.

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  • Bike and Walk to Anywhere Day

    Even though you can’t bike or walk to school right now, you can still practice healthy and safe ways of getting around on Bike and Walk to Anywhere Day on Wednesday, May 6. Take a ride or a walk anytime next week to be part of the celebration.

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  • Online Enrichment Activities

    SPPS has a comprehensive list of online activities for K-12 students in subjects including art, music, science, social studies, language arts and more. Many are free to use.

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  • Afterschool Professionals Appreciation Week

    April 20-24 is Afterschool Professionals Appreciation Week! SPPS would like to recognize and thank all of our Community Education staff who work with young people outside of school hours.

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  • Saint Paul Bridge Fund

    Applications are now open for the Saint Paul Bridge Fund, which will provide emergency relief for families with children and small businesses impacted by the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.

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  • SPPS Will Not Administer MCA, FAST Assessment Tests this Year

    SPPS will not administer MCA testing or the spring FAST assessment for reading and math this year. This announcement comes after the Minnesota Department of Education’s waiver for the Every Student Succeeds Act was approved last week.

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  • Frequently Asked Questions About Distance Learning

    This list of frequently asked questions covers Distance Learning, grade adjustments, meal service, health services, childcare for emergency workers and other topics related to the statewide school closure. This list will be updated as new information becomes available.

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  • Meal Service During School Closure

    Morning bus routes are delivering meal boxes on Wednesdays, Thursdays and Fridays based on schools start times. Meals can also be picked up at six schools on Fridays only, starting at 10 a.m.

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  • Tips to Stay Healthy During Cold and Flu Season

    Minnesota is currently experiencing the highest number of school outbreaks of flu in the last five years. Here are several tips to help you stay healthy during cold and flu season.

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  • SPPS Celebrates National African American Parent Involvement Day

    National African American Parent Involvement Day (NAAPID) is a day for all parents to come to their child's school, see what their day is like and support their child's educational future.

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  • SPPS Families Invited to Attend School Choice Workshop

    The Student Placement Center will host School Choice Workshops to help families with the school application process, answer questions and provide access to online self-service stations.

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  • New Budget Process and Upcoming SPPS Budget Information Session

    SPPS is hosting a budget information session from 6-8 p.m. on Wednesday, January 22 for the District Parent Advisory Council. The session will be held at SPPS administrative offices, located at 360 Colborne St. Members of the public are welcome.

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