SSP Educational Foundation Presents the 2014 Silver Apple Awards
Julie Casillas, a third grade teacher at Lincoln Center and Mary Lesch, Early Childhood Special Education Coordinator were presented the 17th Annual “Roxanne Bliss Silver Apple Award” from the South St. Paul Educational Foundation. Julie Casillas was nominated by Malia Meyer. Mary Lesch was nominated by her ECSE team, Alexander Hagen, and Adam Kriesel.
Congratulations to South St. Paul Public Schools for being named as one of the top 1,000 schools nationwide and top 20 schools statewide by the Washington Post.
Our district has moved forward in both rankings compared to last year and we will continue to provide the best education and learning experience for our students.
Way to go Packers!
South St. Paul Secondary received an award from Mayor Beth Baumann for their outstanding job during Snow Days collecting food and money for Neighbors, Inc.
428 lbs of food and $576 were collected with cooperation of Student Council, Diversity Leadership, SADD, Key Club and National Honor Society. With our help, the city has far surpassed their goal and collected 47543 pounds of food! ($1= 1.5-2lbs of food)
1928 Secondary Building Gymnasium Farewell Ceremony
You are invited to attend the farewell ceremony of our 1928 Secondary Building gymnasium. After decades of memories created in this gymnasium, we are ready to improve this space and let our children create more, great memories in a new 6th Grade Center.
Please join us for a brief program in the gymnasium at 5:15 p.m. on Wednesday, May 14, 2014.
2014-15 School Calendar Set
2. School will finish a week earlier than normal because of the earlier start
The Secondary building construction projects will begin this summer and continue through the summer of 2015. It is necessary to have our students finish earlier in the spring of 2015 to allow our construction crews the time needed to complete their work and be ready for school to open in the fall of 2015.
Calendars can be found here.
Please refer to the
regarding early emergency dismissal, delayed opening or canceling of schools.
• Vertical construction has started for the three-classroom addition at Lincoln Center.