SPPS Board To Vote On School Start TimesNext Tuesday, the St. Paul School Board will vote whether to change school start times. Right now, most elementary schools start at 8:30 a.m, and many of the high schools and middle schools start at 7:30 a.m.
Teachers & Parents Plan Rally For Castile On SelbyThe parents of the students who Philando Castile served lunch are planning to hold a rally in his name following his death Wednesday evening at the hands of a St. Anthony police officer.
SPPS Approves Silva's Departure, Introduces Interim SuperitendentThe St. Paul School Board is expected to introduce the interim superintendent Wednesday morning. On Tuesday night, the Board decided to fire the current superintendent, Valeria Silva. Prior to her complete departure, she will become an advisor for 15 months.
New St. Paul Superintendent Says He Won't Be A Seat WarmerA Twin Cities superintendent is on her way out. The St. Paul Public Schools Board approved the removal of Superintendent Valeria Silva from her duties Tuesday evening.
St. Paul Public Schools Exploring Transition Options For SilvaThe superintendent of St. Paul Public Schools may be on the way out. The district announced Wednesday that the school board is looking at Valeria Silva's contract and exploring "various transition options.”
Arrest Caught On Video At St. Paul High School Sparks ControversyBlack Lives Matter activists and at least one school board member are upset about the use of force on the teen.
Group Plans Rally To Oppose SPPS Proposed Budget CutsA group of teachers, students and parents are planning to protest what they are calling "harmful and destructive" budget cuts that are being proposed for St. Paul Public Schools.
St. Paul Schools: Gun Found In Student’s LockerFor the second time this school year, a St. Paul student brought a gun to school, according to officials in the city’s school district.
Union: St. Paul Teachers Vote To Ratify 2-Year ContractMembers of the Saint Paul Federation of Teachers voted to ratify a tentative two-year agreement with St. Paul Schools.
Best Music Classes For Kids In MinnesotaWhether you want your child to be the next Mozart or simply seek well-rounded intellectual and emotional development, take a look at these options for making music a part of his or her life.
St. Paul Teachers Stage Walk-In Amid Contract Negotiations St. Paul teachers, parents and community allies staged a walk-in Wednesday morning in support of public education.
Classes Canceled, Snow Emergencies Declared In Twin CitiesSome students have the day off in Minnesota as a powerful storm approaches the state. The storm is expected to bring blizzard-like conditions to far southern Minnesota through Tuesday night. Wind gusts of up to 40 mph could cause whiteout conditions.