How to Enroll your K-12 student

  • Current South St. Paul Public School Families

    If you already have children enrolled in our schools in grades K-11, they are automatically enrolled in the next school year in the appropriate grade level. You can use your Campus Portal account to update your family information.

    If you have a current South St. Paul Preschooler going into Kindergarten, or are introducing us to a new student in your family, please contact your school before using the online enrollment tools. We will get you set up to enroll your student using Campus Portal.

    New Families

    Welcome to South St. Paul Public Schools! You can enroll your child using our online enrollment tool. Using this tool you can provide all needed information, save and return over time and, once submitted, receive notifications of your application’s status. 

     

    Can’t enroll online? 

    Reach out to Erika Ryan at the SSPPS Enrollment Center 651-457-9474 eryan@sspps.org or schedule an appointment with her to walk you through the process.

     


     

    School Contact Information:

    Lincoln Center Elementary (PreK- Grade 5)
    357 - 9th Avenue North, South St. Paul, MN 55075
    (651) 457-9426
    sspps.org/lincolncenter

    Questions? lc.enroll@sspps.org

    Kaposia Education Center (PreK- Grade 5)
    1225 First Avenue South, South St. Paul, MN 55075
    (651) 451-9260
    sspps.org/kaposia

    Questions? kec.enroll@sspps.org

    South St. Paul Secondary (Grades 6-12)
    700 North Second Street, South St. Paul, MN 55075
    (651) 457-9408
    sspps.org/secondary

    Questions? sec.enroll@sspps.org

    Community Learning Center (Grades 9-12 alternative learning center)
    151 Sixth Street East, South St. Paul, MN 55075
    (651) 450-9966
    sspps.org/clc 

    Questions? clc.enroll@sspps.org


    Other information

    Transportation

    Elementary students who live one mile or more from their assigned school are eligible for District-provided transportation. Secondary students who live 1.5 miles or more from their assigned school are eligible for District-provided transportation. Bus passes will be sent to the eligible students’ homes during the month of August. Your child will receive a postcard in the mail that has the bus number, location, and time of pick-up. Once the postcard arrives, be sure to place it in your child's backpack, it will be required to board the school bus.

    Our school district currently contracts with Safe-Way Bus Co. to provide pay-to-ride transportation for those who are not eligible for District-provided transportation on a first-come, first-serve basis. Information and registration forms are available online. Forms may also be obtained by contacting Safe-Way Bus at (651) 451-1375, or they may be picked up at the District Office, 104 – 5th Avenue South.

    Visit sspps.org/transportation or call (651) 457-9474 for more information. 


    Nutrition Services

    South St. Paul Public Schools participates in the National Lunch Program and School Breakfast Program. School breakfast and lunch are served at all schools. First breakfast is free for all students. Grab and Go breakfasts are available between morning classes to provide quick and nutritious meals for students who missed the first breakfast. School meals can be prepaid through SchoolCaféClick here for instructions to setup your SchoolCafé account. All parents are also encouraged to complete the online application for educational benefits.

    Visit sspps.org/nutritionservices or call (651) 457-9429 for more information.


    Kids' Choice School-Age Care Program

    South St. Paul Kids' Choice School-Age Care Program is a place where we create a safe atmosphere for youth to develop into self-confident, culturally enriched, compassionate leaders, who embrace life-long learning and desire to make a positive change in the world.

    Kids' Choice operates year round in each of the elementary school buildings. We offer programming before and after school, on non-school days for youth in grades PreK-6th, and during the summer for youth in grades K-7th. Click here for more information or contact the Community Education office at (651) 306-3631.


    Activities

    Visit sspps.org/athletics to learn more about student activities and athletic programs at South St. Paul Secondary. 

     

    Interpreters and Translations

    Cultural liaison support is available at each building to assist spanish-speaking families.

    Lincoln Center Elementary: 
    Nelly Ross at (651) 457-9490

    Kaposia Education Center: 
    Daisy Medina-Cuenca at (651) 306-3667

    SSP Secondary/CLC: 
    Middle School - Nelly Ross at (651) 457-9490
    High School - Shannon Lippke at (651) 306-3665