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    ST. PAUL, Minn. (WCCO) — St. Paul Public Schools ended the school year abruptly, blaming the hot weather. Students, teachers and parents learned of the cancellation just before school got out for the day. It’s been a tough day for Thomas McGeveran. READ MORE: Is Air Conditioning Activating Our Allergies? “At first I was mad, then I was sad, and...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — All St. Paul Public Schools will be closed for the rest of the school year due to the hot weather. School officials made the announcement Tuesday, saying the decision was made in the best interest of the health and safety of students and staff. It means the schools will be closed Wednesday through Friday. READ...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — St. Paul Public Schools says it will continue its current free lunch program through the summer. Any students ages 18 and under now enrolled in a school program will have access to the meals through the summer of 2021. They’ll offer home delivery and school pick up options. To learn more about the program you can visit...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – St. Paul Public Schools and Minneapolis Public Schools are doing a phased re-entry approach with pre-Kindergarten through grade five students. Both districts plan to resume in-person learning in early February. However, teachers are worried the move is happening too soon. “Our school has a spreadsheet of questions teachers are constantly asking and I feel like so many answers...
    MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO)- St. Paul Public Schools has announced they will keep their younger students in a distance learning model, delaying the start for hybrid learning. The decision impacts “stage 2” students, those in Pre-K through second grade. The school district said, due to a national backorder, they do not have enough air filters with MERV 11 ratings for each building with...
    St. Paul Public Schools students will be learning from home on Election Day, even if the district returns to in-person classes by then. The school board on Tuesday approved a late change to the district’s 2020-21 calendar, joining a growing number of districts that are keeping students out of school on Election Day for safety reasons. Twelve schools in the...
    Jennifer Cherry, director of student services in the Anoka-Hennepin School District, has been hired to be assistant superintendent of Stillwater Area Public Schools. “We are thrilled to have Dr. Cherry join our leadership team to help guide our school district,” said interim superintendent Malinda Lansfeldt. “She has a wealth of experience as an educational leader and a strong commitment to...
    A St. Paul charter school wants the city’s help financing an expansion project, but the city council wants assurance the school will make its facilities available to the general public. Hmong College Prep Academy has asked the city to issue $43 million in tax-exempt bonds on the school’s behalf, enabling the school to take advantage of the low cost of...
    Eager to both save her business and better serve her customers during the pandemic, Anne Hendrickson hopes to convert much of her Work It co-working center on St. Paul’s Fairview Avenue into a student hub. Instead of start-ups, she’s courting kids as young as 13. Instead of social distancing, she calls it “distance-socializing” — a place where online education can...
    In the Star Tribune, Briana Bierschbach writes: “Reactions to the decision from parents, lawmakers and educators were mixed immediately following the announcement Thursday, in part because much is still unknown about what will happen in each school district. The order applies to public school districts and charter schools, but not private schools. Supporters praised the move as a science-driven approach...
    St. Paul Public Schools officials said Thursday evening that the district is taking steps to adopt a recommendation to begin the upcoming school year with all students learning remotely. The announcement followed an afternoon news conference in which Minnesota Gov. Tim Walz outlined the criteria districts should consider in deciding when to fully reopen schools for in-person instruction, which include...
    Anything besides distance learning. The Star Tribune’s Erin Golden reports: “At St. Joseph’s Catholic School in Waconia, the phones have been ringing far more than usual for this time of summer. … On the other end of the line: parents, anxious about the coming school year and hoping for a more definitive answer than public schools are ready to provide....
    In the Pioneer Press, Josh Verges writes: “St. Paul Public Schools no longer will pay the city of St. Paul to post police officers in seven of its high schools. The school board voted 5-1 on Tuesday to stop contract negotiations with the city and develop a new safety plan. Board member Chauntyll Allen said the move was a long...
    Protesters filled the courtyard outside Central High School Monday afternoon to demand the removal of police officers from St. Paul Public Schools. As protesters gathered with signs that read “Defend Black voices” and “Fund counselors and community, not cops,” current and former CHS students took turns sharing their personal experiences with the school resource officers. “The adultification of Black children...
    School district administrators are recommending St. Paul Public Schools continue its school resource officer program despite a flurry of opposition following the May 25 death of George Floyd in Minneapolis police custody. Superintendent Joe Gothard said school district officials recently have received over 1,000 emails on the subject, most of which urged them to end the program. High school principals,...
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