Princeton Primary School’s Kindergarten Safari is on April 4, 2024. Caregivers can bring their future Kindergarten students to explore Princeton Primary School, meet our teachers, and have some fun!
We're seeking partnerships to support Minnesota State’s Farm to School initiatives. These programs promote locally produced foods in schools and empower children to make informed food choices.
The March 5 meeting has been changed due to the primary election.
School districts across the state are struggling with budgets
If you have an incoming Kindergarten student for the 2024-25 school year, you can start your enrollment now through our Skyward online registration portal.
Save the date for Kindergarten Safari, coming up on April 4!
In education, we talk a lot about the value of Career and Technical Education (CTE), but we don’t always talk about what it is. CTE is a game-changer. It’s more than just learning, it’s about getting ready for real life. At Princeton Public Schools, our mission is to help every learner succeed. To do that, students need to be ready for the future.
In a way, CTE programs in high school are like a matchmaker for jobs and students. In our Princeton Tiger Career Academies, we make sure students learn skills that match the needs of open jobs. When our students graduate, they are set to impress employers.
Princeton Public Schools has formed a Task Force to study school start times. Find out more about the duties of the task force at how to contact members.
Like in prior years, our district will utilize flexible e-learning days when necessary during inclement weather. A flexible e-learning day allows school to be in session without students and staff being physically present.
Princeton Public Schools recently took advantage of an opportunity to refinance a portion of the district's outstanding debt and generate more than a half-million dollars in savings for taxpayers.
On November 9, 2023, the school district closed on the issuance of $12.51 million in refunding bonds to refinance debt originally issued in 2014. By refinancing and paying off some of the principal early, the district will save an estimated $512,684 in interest payments over the remaining life of the bonds.
The board discussed a potential referendum to remodel PHS and construct a CTE facility