School Start Times Changing In St. PaulAcross Minnesota and Wisconsin, students and parents are getting ready to go back to school. In just a few days, one of Minnesota's largest school districts is preparing for a big change.
St. Paul Schools Get Ready For Start Time ChangesOne week from Tuesday, one of the Minnesota's largest school districts is preparing for a big change.
'It Was Really Scary': Car Crashes Into St. Paul's Hubbs Center For Lifelong LearningA vehicle crashed into the lobby of the Hubbs Center for Lifelong Learning Thursday morning, according to St. Paul Public Schools.
SPPS Board Of Education Approves School Name ChangeThe name "Monroe" will no longer be at one dual-campus St. Paul public school.
St. Paul Central High's Mary Mackbee Retires After 26 Years As PrincipalMary Mackbee has worked for St. Paul Public Schools for more than 50 years. For two and a half decades, she's been walking the halls of Central High School as its principal.
Highland Park Middle School Employee On Leave After Being Caught On Video Using Racist SlurA Highland Park Middle School staff member is on administrative leave while the district reviews a video that shows the employee using "racist and foul" language at the school, officials say.
Minneapolis, St. Paul Public Schools Cancel Classes Amid April Snowstorm Minneapolis and St. Paul public schools have cancelled classes Thursday as an April snowstorm continues to swirl over Minnesota.
Xcel Announces Book Drive To Benefit SPPS Ahead Of Obama EventThe Xcel Energy Center and Live Nation announced they'll partner to hold a book drive ahead of Michelle Obama's scheduled appearance at the venue in support of her new book.
SPPS Dismissing Some Students Early; MPS Cancels After-School ActivitiesSt. Paul Public Schools says some of its schools will be letting students out early Tuesday as snow threatens to create delays for bus routes.
One-Quarter Of Minn. Schools Earn Low Marks In Annual ReviewThe annual performance report card is out for Minnesota public schools, and it is raising some eyebrows.
Minn. Supreme Court Green-Lights School Segregation LawsuitThe Minn. Supreme Court greenlit a lawsuit that claims school segregation denies some students the right to an adequate education.