1/20-MS/HS Daily Announcements: https://5il.co/os14
1/19-MS/HS Daily Announcements: https://5il.co/oq3a
Important Update on St. Paul District Operations 1.15.2021, https://5il.co/onjo
1/15-MS/HS Daily Announcements: https://5il.co/one7
1/14-MS/HS Daily Announcements: https://5il.co/oljc
All HS athletes are invited to workouts on the track led by Coach Smucker on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 3:45 - 4:45 p.m. This begins tomorrow, January 14 and will run through February 5. Go Bucks!
Buy Your 2020-2021 Yearbook Now! Purchase online at https://or-stpaul.intouchreceipting.com/ or in the high school office. Only $40. We usually sell about 50 copies at registration in August, but because normal registration didn't happen this year, we didn't start selling books until December 1st. Chances are you haven't ordered one yet. Purchase or reserve your copy by March 1st in order to guarantee you get one. We only order a few more than we've sold by March 1st each year, so if we don't know you want one by then, there might not be a copy for you when the books arrive this Fall. Get yours today! Not sure if you've ordered yet? Send Ms. Frey an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
1-13-MS/HS Daily Announcements: https://5il.co/ojt5
The St. Paul School District on Tuesday, January 12, 2021 will be closed due to a mechanical failure. *Check our website frequently for updated information.
Class Of 2024 See's Candy Valentine's Day Fundraiser! Treat yourself to the yummiest candy on earth, AND support our St. Paul Freshman Fundraiser event at the same time! Click the link to order: https://www.yumraising.com/secure/stphs_st_paul_freshman_fundraiser46/candy?h=Kri_Duy9618&c=em4732 The fundraiser is from January 11th -29th.
1/11-MS/HS Daily Announcements: https://5il.co/og3f
Elementary Newsletter 1.8.2021: https://www.smore.com/g490r
Important Update on St. Paul District Operations January 8, 2021 Dear St. Paul Community, https://5il.co/of0o
1/8-MS/HS Daily Announcements: https://5il.co/oef8
1/7-MS/HS Daily Announcements: https://5il.co/oct9
1/6-MS/HS Daily Announcements: https://5il.co/obno
Last day to order Krispy Kreme donuts! Pick up is Saturday, January 9 at the MS/HS from 9:30-11:00 a.m. (southside entrance). To order, visit this link: https://or-stpaul-lite.intouchreceipting.com/SPBL
1/5-MS/HS Daily Announcements: https://5il.co/oare
Important Update on St. Paul District Operations December 30,2020 Dear St. Paul Community, I am pleased to inform you that on Monday, January 4th a district team will begin reviewing and revising our phased reopening plan for the return of students to in person instruction in our district. On December 23rd the governor announced that the health and safety metrics that are in place and were required for districts to meet prior to allowing students back in school will become “advisory” and will no longer be a mandate as of January 1, 2021. This change in policy from the governor is based on the research and evidence that has been gathered regarding the spread of Covid-19 in school based scenarios, this research started last March and continues to support the possibility that schools, when proper safety protocols are adhered to can be operated safely and effectively even though we still have not come close to meeting the community wide metrics required for the reopening of many other types of businesses. We will continue to provide comprehensive distance learning when school resumes on January 5th and our plan will be reviewed and modified as necessary after the first of the year. The reopening plan will be reviewed by Marion county health officials and will be presented to the St Paul school district board of directors prior to its release to the public. I hope that we can present our plan to the board at an emergency meeting prior to the end of the first week in January. I understand and appreciate the overwhelming desire for all of us to have our students back in school as soon as possible. It is imperative that we have a detailed plan that includes safety screening, sanitation, social distancing and mask wearing requirements as well as quarantine and contact tracing procedures in place before returning any students to school. I will post regular updates on the district web page to keep you informed of our progress. Currently St Paul is still experiencing a rise in cases with 31 reported on 12-19-20, five of these cases are new. We will continue to watch this data closely and take it into consideration with respect to our district plan. Thank you for your patience as we continue to develop a safe reopening plan for students and staff. Sincerely, Joseph M. Wehrli St. Paul School District Superintendent/Elementary Principal
Look out for SANTA tonight in St. Paul around 6:00 PM. The St. Paul Fire Department will be giving him a ride around town to say hi to all. HAPPY HOLIDAYS!