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!
The City of South St. Paul and South St. Paul Public Schools are hosting a job fair to connect you with employment opportunities in SSP. Anyone ages 16+ is invited to attend and learn more about a variety of positions available in our city.
February 12 is National African American Parent Involvement Day (NAAPID). View the events each school in South St. Paul is hosting to encourage families to get involved in their student's educational experience.
Tuesday, February 6
Wednesday, February 7
Kaposia Education Center
Can't make it to Preschool Open House?
Call 651-457-9418 to schedule a tour.
February is Black History Month, an annual celebration of achievements by African Americans and a time for recognizing their central role in U.S. history. See how we are recognizing the month throughout South St. Paul Schools.