Princeton Public Schools and Palmer Bus Service partner together to provide transportation services to our families on a daily basis. Please read these details carefully if your students need busing starting fall 2022.
At Princeton Public Schools, our mission is to be an innovative leader in instruction, developing in EVERY learner the ability to succeed in an ever-changing world. ‘Every’ is the keyword—not every child has the same path to learning, and an essential part of our mission is to identify the support that each child needs to succeed.
We are so excited to welcome the Class of 2035 to Princeton Primary School! It's not too late to register your student for kindergarten this fall--we have a place for your tiger cub in our traditional and Spanish Immersion classrooms!
The annual PHS Greenhouse sale is coming up! The high school ag classes grow flowers, fruits and vegetables every spring, which are available to the community.
Friday, April 29th is this year's show!
Here is the link to watch this year's Grand March, which will start at 4 pm.
These students were honored at our Student of the Month breakfast on 4/21/2022.
At Princeton Public Schools, our mission is to “develop in EVERY learner the ability to succeed in an ever-changing world.” We try to live that mission every day, using our values to drive our decisions.
We’re excited about spring, but we are sad to wave goodbye to some of our favorite winter sports and events. Princeton Tigers shine in so many areas, and here are a few highlights.
In Princeton Public Schools, we instill strong values within our students—from preschool through graduation. This month I want to highlight ‘Empathetic Citizenship,’ one of the five tenets of our Habits of a Tiger. We teach our Tigers to show respect to others and themselves, to be kind and compassionate, to be socially aware and tolerant of differences, and to empathize with the challenges that others may face. We want Princeton to be a place where everyone is welcome, and everyone feels safe. We will not tolerate racial discrimination, bullying or acts of hate.
In recent weeks, we’ve seen terrible stories of racism during high school sporting events in the Twin Cities. The Athletic Directors in the Mississippi 8 have met and talked about how we can protect our students from that ugly behavior. We are setting high expectations that all fans and students demonstrate respect for difference, participate in only positive cheers and chanting, and practice good sportsmanship in games and contests.
In Princeton, we believe that everyone has the capacity to grow and learn and we know that all of our Tigers are capable of being positive leaders—no matter their age. Let’s be respectful, kind and compassionate to all.