Eighth grade students braved the chilly weather and spent several hours gleaning apples for local food banks. The service trip, an annual tradition for 8th grade, was organized by Mrs. Ann Schwimmer our 7th and 8th grade religion teacher and School Service Coordinator.Read More
Trunk or Treat is becoming a great part of the SPS tradition. Last year hundreds of St. Paul community members attended and were entertained by a DJ, games, contests and more. We’d love to see you all there again this year!
And, as always, the more people involved, the better this event will be. You can be one of a set number of cars that will park and decorate* and be a spot on the trick or treat trail, or you can help with a game or simply donate candy! Please sign up here, so you can help make this a spooktacular event.Read More
What is your story? How can you get what you want? Writing validates students and recognizes them as unique individuals. On September 29th 12 SPS teachers attended an all-day Writers Workshop seminar at Columbia University Teachers College and gained crucial skills to help students become the best writers they can be. It is just a few days after the seminar and teachers are already using their new know-how to enrich their students' writing skills acquisition.Read More
The Scholastic Book Fair will be here before you know it! The dates are, Sunday, October 25 through Wednesday Oct 28. Volunteer opportunities are now available. Please check out our signup genius site here.Read More