A few days before Christmas, a large group gathered at St. Stephen Lutheran church in White Bear Lake for a Police Captain’s Memorial Service. Funerals for law enforcement officers generally draw large numbers from surrounding police and sheriffs’ departments.
St. Paul Public Schools has received a $3.3 million grant to recruit and train its paraprofessionals to be special education and English language learner teachers. Historically, the district has had difficulty finding teachers in these areas.
If you are thinking about completing a bachelor’s degree, come to free information meetings on Tuesday, Feb. 10 and find out more about Metropolitan State University’s degree programs. The meetings are from noon to 1 p.m. and 6 to 7 p.m. at Metropolitan State’s St. Paul Campus, 700 E.
Just in time for the 2006 school choice season, St. Paul families are now able to use a specially designed Web site to find a school for their child based on the characteristics they find most useful and important. Any parent visiting St.
Cleveland Quality Middle School has been trying to help Ames Lake. Our goal is to help the watersheds. How much can we do? “I think that even if it’s just us 56 kids and 7 teachers, we can make a big difference,” says Althea Fletcher, member of the Ames Lake Project.
January has come and gone this year with an 11-percent spike in property crimes, thefts and burglaries over last January. St. Paul Police spokesman Pete Crum won’t speculate why, but admits that crime does tend to spike alongside temperatures.