St. Paul School Board Votes To Cut $17M From BudgetLast week, the Minneapolis School Board cut $33 million from its budget.
Due To Snow, Some Students Didn't Get Home Until Late Monday EveningA problem with buses in at least four St. Paul schools had many parents wondering where their children were Monday.
St. Paul Schools Locked Down After Shooting Injures ManA letter is going home to parents of kids at 10 east side St. Paul schools following a nearby shooting late Thursday morning.
St. Paul Pursuing Transition Options For SilvaSuperintendent Valeria Silva appears to be in the process of leaving St. Paul School Public Schools.
St. Paul Teacher Reportedly Assaulted Says District Doesn't Want Her BackA substitute teacher who was reportedly assaulted by a St. Paul seventh grader last week says she's not being welcomed back to the St. Paul School District.
St. Paul Superintendent To Step Down When Contract EndsSt. Paul Public Schools superintendent Valeria Silva says she will step down from the role once her current contract is up. A representative for the district said that once her contract ends in 2018, she will have served as superintendent for nine years.
Superintendent Reassigns Admins To Help Troubled St. Paul SchoolsSt. Paul Public Schools Superintendent Valeria Silva is working to help some of the districts most troubled schools. On Tuesday, Silva is reassigning as many as 50 district administrators to help out in schools most-troubled by recent violence.
Online Threat Against Central H.S. Found Not CredibleA threat made against St. Paul's Central High School online Monday afternoon was found to be not credible, high school officials said. According to Principal Mary Mackbee, the school became aware of the threat Monday afternoon when St. Paul Police notified the district's Security and Emergency Management team.
St. Paul Teachers Discuss Strike Amid Rising School ViolenceTeachers are fighting back after a violent start to the school year in St. Paul. Police say a 16-year-old boy attacked a teacher at St. Paul Central High School last week, putting him in the hospital with a brain injury.
Lawsuit Accuses Mpls., St. Paul Schools Of Segregating StudentsA lawsuit has been filed against the state of Minnesota demanding desegregation at Minneapolis and St. Paul schools. The lawsuit, which was filed Thursday morning in Hennepin County District Court, challenges what it calls unlawful and unconstitutional segregation in the Twin Cities.
Lack Of Transportation Keeps St. Paul Schools From Later Start TimesThe push for a later start time for St. Paul High Schools has hit another road block. This time around the main setback is transportation.
St. Paul Teacher Named Minnesota's Teacher Of The YearA St. Paul high school teacher who teaches writing and English to immigrant students has been named Minnesota's 2015 Teacher of the Year. Amy Hewett-Olatunde was announced Sunday as the 51st winner of the award.
High School's Flight Simulators Turn Students Into PilotsAt St. Paul's Johnson High School, Scott Shaffer teaches lessons in physics. There are no textbooks or whiteboard lectures. Instead, students like junior Fabian Gutierrez will learn by taking flight.
St. Paul Schools Working On 'Gender Inclusion' PolicyThe St. Paul school district is seeking to establish a new policy to protect transgender students. The proposal was outlined Tuesday night by the district's strategic planning and policy administrator. A group of school board members plans to work on the "gender inclusion" policy with students, parents and staff in the coming months.
Heat Goes Out At St. Paul SchoolWhile many schools were closed Wednesday, St. Paul schools stayed open. Those who showed up to Mississippi Creative Arts Magnet School spent the day in their jackets because the building's boiler went out Wednesday morning. The district says students in colder classrooms were moved to warmer areas in the school while workers tried to get the heat going again.