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  • Upcoming Student Survey

    South St. Paul Public Schools (SSPPS) is planning to participate in the 2019 Minnesota Student Survey. This statewide survey, which is anonymous, confidential and voluntary, is given every three years to students in grades 5, 8, 9, and 11. It helps gather insights into the world of Minnesota students and their experiences.

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  • Congratulations to the 2018 Homecoming Royals!

    Pictured from left to right: Elizabeth Kirchner, Sam Bade, Madeline Dosser, Marco Gonzalez

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  • New Early Preschool Program for 2½ to 3-year-olds!

    This class offers nurturing, fun, and interactive activities for curious little learners excited to explore. Through play, stories, crafts and creative movement, children will learn and practice social skills like taking turns and making friends. Because class is midday, lunch will be available, and will be a great opportunity to use independent and self-help skills.

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  • Nutrition Services has moved to an interactive menu called Nutrislice

    By using Nutrislice, families first select a school, and then choose a menu for breakfast or lunch. Menus are available in both English and Spanish. In addition, you can review view nutritional values, track allergens, view food photos and much more. You can also download the FREE menu app today to access menus anytime, anywhere! Search for "School Lunch by NutriSlice" in the Google Play or iPhone app store.

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  • Committee identifies preferred option for later start time, but requests additional guidance and clarity from School Board about implementation

    Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018 — At its meeting on Sept. 10, the South St. Paul School Board heard from member of the district’s Teen Sleep and Start Time Committee about the group’s findings and preferred options, although no formal recommendation was presented. While the original plan called for the committee to present its recommendation this month, the committee could not reach agreement on a recommendation because of what it felt were School Board parameters that were too vague and too many unknown variables still at play. Specifically, the committee said it needed additional guidance on two of the parameters outlined in the Guiding Change Document, approved by the Board last year, regarding financial and program impacts.

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  • New career pathway courses available for district students

    Tuesday, Sept. 18, 2018 — This fall, through the collective efforts of the school districts of South St. Paul (SSPPS), Inver Grove Heights, and West St. Paul – Mendota Heights – Eagan, as well as a team of local business partners, two new high school courses will be offered in the fields of healthcare and transportation. These year-long courses are redefining the high school experience for the TriDistrict students that are a part of these unique and immersive learning experiences.

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