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Keep Kids Engaged This Summer with Saint Paul Connect

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With many camps and activities canceled this summer, Saint Paul Public Schools is partnering on a new virtual enrichment program to keep students engaged and connected throughout the summer break. Called Saint Paul Connect, the online program features free activities for kids ages 3-18 that can be done safely at home.

All programming is offered at no cost by trusted Saint Paul youth organizations, including: SPPS Community Education, Saint Paul Public Libraries, Saint Paul Parks & Recreation, local nonprofit organizations and more. For a full list of partners, visit spps.org/saintpaulconnect.

Saint Paul Connect content is organized by age level (PreK-K, elementary and middle/high school) and includes both live and on-demand activities. Options range from nature scavenger hunts to remote tennis lessons, coding camp, and bird and plant identification. Weekly challenges for all ages include a chance to win prizes.

Programs will be continually created and updated throughout the summer. For more information, visit spps.org/saintpaulconnect.