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high school students outside Kaposia


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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pathway to packer promise

The Pathway to Packer Promise is plan laid out by South St. Paul Public Schools to address the district's achievement concerns and outline where we will be making investments to improve academic outcomes.

students in SSAC meeting

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.

Renata and Luis

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.

picture of a meal

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

student getting ready to run

Every year all students in 4th and 5th grades, at both Lincoln and Kaposia, compete in running and field events. View photos from this year's event.

Science Museum of MN at Lincoln Center

The Science Museum of Minnesota brough two traveling learning experiences to Lincoln Center. Students in grades 3-5 learned about the wonders of engineering and K-2 graders learned about dinosaurs.

students holding awards

The Dakota County Public Health Department recognized a group of TriDistrict Healthcare Careers students for their effort to increase the number of students with lifesaving skills. The students received a Public Health Achievement Honorable Mention Award, including a SSP High School student.

MN Faceoff for Fitness

The Minnesota Wild Faceoff For Fitness Program came to Kaposia for an all-school assembly focusing on physical fitness, nutrition and healthy lifestyle choices.

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