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We are a community of passionate learners, positively changing our world. What does that mean for your family? It means a high quality education for everyone. With unique curriculum aimed at developing the whole child: academically, physically, and emotionally, all students learn how to succeed not only in school, but in life after graduation. Visit our enrollment page to enroll online, visit the District Office to enroll in person, or call 651-457-9400 to start your journey with SSPPS.

SSPPS Desired Daily Experience


Leaders from South St. Paul Schools engaged with our stakeholder groups (students, families, and staff) to understand their desired daily experiences and how we can better support their needs.These Desired Daily Experiences will be the backbone of how we move forward with our strategic plan and serve as a guide for our teachers and staff when working with students and families.


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The Spring 2023 Sixtimes is out. Inside this edition: Pathway to Packer Promise, School Counselors Help Student with Academic Success, and Elevating Student Voices. También puedes leerlo en español aquí.

CAPS Showcase

After completing their internships, students in the TriDistrict Center for Advanced Professional Studies (CAPS) program presented at the TriDistrict CAPS Spring Showcase.

School Counselors Support Students’ Mental Health

Whether a student is in grade school or their senior year of high school, good mental health is just as important as general health for academic success. Read more about how SSPPS Licensed School Counselors help students maintain good mental health.

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The South St. Paul Superintendent’s Student Advisory Council (SSAC) is a unique opportunity for Superintendent Zambreno to engage in meaningful dialogue with a diverse team of student voices from each of our schools.

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The SSPPS School Board and district leaders have made it a priority to increase opportunities to include student voices in their work. Starting next school year, two 12th grade students have been invited to join the school board as student representatives.

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South St. Paul Public Schools is partnering with The Open Door to serve free meals to kids throughout our community this summer.

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