SSPPS leaders testified at the State Capitol before the Education Finance Committee to advocate on behalf of the SSP taxpayers for Levy Equalization. If the state passes the levy equalization funding bill, SSP taxpayers will likely see a reduction in their property taxes with the funding to our school district remaining the same.
The SSPPS Middle School Building Instructional Leadership Team (BILT) is asking families to join us for Family Advisory Meetings on equity to hear from different groups about what they would like to see in our schools.
Kindergarten registration night in South St. Paul is Tuesday, January 24 at 6:00 pm. The in-person event will take place at both Kaposia Education Center and Lincoln Center. Register at the school your student will attend.
Students in the TriDistrict Center for Advanced Professional Studies (CAPS) Business and Entrepreneur Pathway participated in a “Shark Tank” style pitch event hosted by Reve Academy.
Sixth Grade students had the chance to run their own simulated city for a day at the annual trip to BizTown. Students prepare over several days to become adults at the experimental learning lab.
Congratulations to Ben Kusch, Director of the TriDistrict CAPS (Center for Advanced Professional Studies) program, for being this year's recipient of the Willis E. Branning Excellence in Youth Employment Services Award.
Kaposia third graders visited the State Capitol as part of the PYP Unit: How We Organize Ourselves.
Kaposia Art Teacher, Maren Daniels, noticed students struggling to identify art elements. She researched resources to make these concepts easy to understand, but couldn’t find something in simple terms for young learners. She decided to fill this gap and began writing a children’s book.
The City of South St. Paul and South St. Paul Public Schools are hosting a job fair to connect you with employment opportunities in SSP. You can learn more about a variety of positions available in our city, apply, interview, and potentially receive an offer that day.
South St. Paul School Counselors provide support to students in need. Licensed School Counselors are uniquely qualified to address all students’ academic, career, and social/emotional needs to promote and enhance student success. Read more about the role of a South St. Paul School Counselor.
Free fresh and healthy food is coming to South St. Paul. All SSP residents are invited to The Open Door Mobile Food Pantry.
Students in the Healthcare career pathway through the TriDistrict Center for Advanced Professional Studies (CAPS) Program got hands-on experience. They took a trip to Boston Scientific where they learned about the manufacturing of medical devices.
At the school board meeting on November 14, 2022, the school board officially canvassed the passing of the 2022 Operating Levy.
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.
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.