Summit Charter School was set to open at 4100 66th St. E. in Inver Grove Heights for the upcoming school year but recently announced a year-long delay. The building is shared with STEP Academy. (Jesse Poole/Review)
Administrators addressing accusations of ties to former TiZA charter school
On Wednesday, students enrolled at Summit Charter School — the new K-5 charter school set to open in Inver Grove Heights — found out they’ll have to go elsewhere for the upcoming school year.
According to an update on the school’s website, the start of the school will be delayed by one year, as administrators spend more time developing its Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics educational program.
The South St. Paul Community Preschool Program is accepting registrations at the Early Learning Office, 1541 5th Avenue S., for preschool classes that start in September and continue throughout the school year.
Henry Sibley High School received a Promising Practices Award for Henry Sibley’s Students Against Destructive Decisions (S.A.D.D.) by Synergy & Leadership Exchange at the Character Recognition Awards ceremony at the State Capitol May 21.
A handful of ISD 197’s early childhood learning programs will be relocating to a building at 1970 Christensen Avenue in West St. Paul for the upcoming school year, to accommodate an increase in overall enrollment. (Review graphic)
As the current school year winds down with final exams, field trips and graduation ceremonies, District 197 is preparing for a bulge in incoming classes this fall — classes whose students may not graduate until 2029 or 2030.