We are aware of a concerning post circulating on social media, particularly on Facebook, that has been perceived to be a threat against SSP Secondary. In partnership with our local authorities, we have determined there is no direct threat against the school.
Information for families who qualify for district-provided transportation and those who would like to sign their student up for alternate address or pay-to-ride transportation.
Due to recent legislation establishing Juneteenth as a State holiday, all SSPPS buildings will be closed and all programming canceled on Monday, June 19, 2023.
This morning we were notified of a social media post that was viewed as a potential threat to the Secondary School. The South St. Paul Police Department (SSPPD) and school administration visited the individual’s home. Following an investigation, we learned there is no credible threat to the school.
Follow up information regarding the Director of Technology.
We are saddened to report news brought to our attention pertaining to the Director of Technology.
School will be back in-person on Friday, February 24. This means students are to report to school at their normal start times.
Due to the forecasted weather conditions, Wednesday, February 22 and Thursday, February 23, 2023 will be Emergency Flexible Learning Days for all PreK-12 students. Students should not report to the buildings, instead follow the Flexible Learning Plans for their school.
After further investigation by law enforcement, about the threat made to the Jan 31 basketball games, both the West St. Paul and South St. Paul Police Departments have assured us that we can proceed with a normal schedule and operations for school today.
We became aware of a social media threat made against the basketball games scheduled against Two Rivers High School January 31, 2023. In partnership with School District 197 we have made the decision to cancel boys and girls varsity and JV games at both locations.
Due to the forecasted winter storm and challenging road conditions, and to allow time for buses, families and staff to safely travel to school, South St. Paul Public Schools will start 2-hours late.
After careful evaluation of the weather forecast and consultation with neighboring districts, Wednesday, January 4 will be an Emergency Flexible Learning Day for all PreK-12 students. Students should not report to school and instead follow the flexible learning plans for their school.
SSPPS will run regular school day, Wednesday, Dec. 21. However all afterschool activities and programs are canceled. All programs and activities canceled, Thursday, Dec. 22.
SSPPS is closely monitoring the winter storm that is forecasted to hit the Twin Cities Wednesday, December 21. At this time there is no plan for an early release or e-learning day.
All after school and evening activities, programming and classes district-wide including athletics, community education, early learning and Central Square are canceled for Tuesday, November 29, 2022.
At their meeting, Monday, November 14, the South St. Paul School Board approved a change to the 2022-23 school calendar. January 2, 2023 will now be included in Winter Break as recognition of the federal holiday.
South St. Paul voters approved both of our school funding requests with a thin majority voting yes on both questions. With this additional funding, we know that our community is trusting us to use their hard-earned tax dollars prudently and as promised.
Before the first snowflakes fly, it’s time to share our Emergency Closing Reminders with families. It’s important families review the information listed to prepare in the event an emergency closing is declared for South St. Paul Public Schools.
Tomorrow is Election Day! On the ballot, South St. Paul Public Schools is asking voters to approve an increase to the district’s operating levy.