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  • School Board Election Results

    Results as reported on the Minnesota Secretary of State’s website show that Nikki Laliberte was re-elected to the school board with John Raasch and Monica Weber joining the board as its newest members. They each will serve four-year terms beginning January 2021.

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  • Educational Benefits Application and Opportunities

    Each year South St. Paul Public Schools (SSPPS) encourages ALL families to complete an Educational Benefits Application. By completing the application, your student and family may be eligible for a variety of discounts through SSPPS like athletic/activity fees and school meals.

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  • School Board Election is on Tuesday, November 3

    On Tuesday, November 3, 2020, voters will elect three residents to serve on the seven-member School Board of South St. Paul Public Schools. Each will serve a four-year term beginning in January 2021. Read more.

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  • SSP Central Square Facility Community Feedback Sessions

    The South St. Paul Public Schools is hosting two virtual community feedback sessions to learn how the Central Square facility can continue supporting the needs of our schools and community.

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  • Hybrid learning begins for grades K-6 next week

    As students return to buildings, I wanted to share each school’s detailed return plans. The following links are documents about safely returning to school, including topics such as temperature screening at home, arrival and dismissal, recess and more. We are asking all families to read and review the documents from their child’s school and share them with their children.

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  • School Meal Update: Available at no charge to SSP students

    South St. Paul Public Schools is pleased to announce that school meals will be available at no charge to students enrolled in SSP this fall, beginning September 8 and temporarily running through December 31, 2020, but could end earlier. Please note, this is a change in original plans thanks to a U.S. Department of Agriculture waiver allowing school meals to be served free of charge to all students. As noted above, this is a temporary situation and all families are still encouraged to complete an Application for Educational Benefits, since any approval will carry over after this waiver expires through the 2020-21 school year.

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