Early learning in ssp
The early years of childhood form the basis of intelligence, personality, social behavior, and capacity to learn as an adult. The early years matter because hundreds of connections in the brain are being formed every second! These connections build the brain and impact learning, behavior and health. Children who have Early Childhood/Preschool experiences enter kindergarten with improved school performance, higher math and language abilities; sharpened thinking/attention skills, and stronger interactions with peers and fewer behavior problems. Get ready for kindergarten with South St. Paul Early Learning!
Hispanic Heritage Month is to celebrate the histories, cultures and contributions of American citizens whose ancestors came from Spain, Mexico, the Caribbean and Central and South America. At South St. Paul Public Schools our students are celebrating the ways Hispanic Americans have impacted our country.
We are excited to announce that 4-year-old preschool will be free for families at both Lincoln and Kaposia indefinitely.
Nominations are open for the Roxanne Bliss Silver Apple Award. Any South St. Paul student, group, or class may nominate a currently employed teacher or staff member for this year's award.
Registration is open for preschool. Learn more about the FREE preschool options for 4-year-olds and low cost and scholarships options for ages 2.5 and up.