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    Before deciding to close school due to extreme winter weather conditions, Saint Paul Public Schools Superintendent Joe Gothard consults with a variety of experts both inside and outside of the district. Our commitment is to keep families, staff and the community informed of weather-related school closings and cancellations.

    SPPS continually monitor the forecast from the National Weather Service in order to make the best decision for students, staff and families. Please note that delayed start times are not logistically possible in Saint Paul Public Schools.

  • CLOTHING GUIDELINES

    CLOTHING GUIDELINES

    Families are encouraged to monitor their children’s clothing selections to make sure they are appropriately dressed for cold weather. Follow these simple guidelines.

  • RECESS IN COLD WEATHER

    RECESS

    Beginning in the 2018-19 school year, schools will keep students inside if the wind chill is expected to be colder than -10 degrees below zero.

  • TIPS FOR COLD WEATHER

    SAFETY TIPS

    Review several cold weather safety tips from the American Academy of Pediatrics on how to keep your child safe and warm.

  • SCHOOL BUS SAFETY

    SCHOOL BUS SAFETY

    Winter weather can create a challenging commute and dangerous conditions for students waiting for a school bus. Share these tips with your child.

  • WINTER WEATHER PLAN

    WINTER WEATHER PLAN

    Before deciding to close school due to extreme winter weather conditions, SPPS continually monitors the forecast from the National Weather Service in order to make the best decision.

SAINT PAUL WEATHER

  • WEATHER NOTIFICATIONS

    WEATHER NOTIFICATIONS

    Saint Paul Public Schools uses a variety of methods to inform families, staff and the community about school closures including social media, broadcast, and direct contact through email, text message and phone calls.