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At the school board meeting on November 14, 2022, the school board officially canvassed the passing of the 2022 Operating Levy.

Scheduled Flex Learning Day- Grades PreK-8

Scheduled Flexible Learning Days are days the District has determined ahead of time as a result of a preplanned circumstance.  Similar to Emergency Flexible Learning Days, students will learn from home through a variety of lessons planned by their teachers.

picture of the district levy logo

Our operating levy logo says: Packer Pride. Packer Promise. Many communities talk about “pride” but in our community it’s a part of who we are. Whether you grew up here or chose to move here to work, raise your family, or both, Packer Pride means we are proud of our community AND our schools.

Students outside of the Nowhere Haunted House

The Community Learning Center (CLC) is using Interdisciplinary Units to help students connect the dots between math, science, art, and history. With Interdisciplinary Units students explore the different subject areas under one theme.

saving taxpayer dollars

Over the past year, South St. Paul Public Schools refinanced existing debt to reduce the amount of taxes paid by South St. Paul property owners. These savings do not come back to the school district, but rather are a reduction in the annual taxes assessed to our taxpayers. 

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photo of flower from CLC photo contest

Students at the Community Learning Center (CLC) traveled to the Minnesota Landscape Arboretum in Chaska, MN for one of their Interdisciplinary Units. They used their art knowledge of photography for a friendly photo competition.

Screenshot of the Sixtimes cover

The Fall Sixtimes is out. Read the digital version here. También puedes leerlo en español aquí.

Financial Cliff Graphic

State funding for South St. Paul Public Schools continues to not keep pace with the increasing costs necessary to operate our schools. The result is an ongoing funding gap. Unfortunately, our situation is not unique. Most Minnesota school districts rely on voter-approved funds to narrow that funding gap and avoid cuts to key programs and services.