North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale – District 622

School District

622 – North St. Paul, Maplewood and Oakdale 

School Website

http://www.isd622.org

School Contact

Communications Department

 

651-748-7620

 

 

District 622 Mission Statement
A community collaborative dedicated to educating and empowering all learners to excel in our changing world.

District 622 Core Values: Accountability, Integrity,
Excellence, Achievement, Courage, Teamwork and Respect

Welcome to the North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale School District – “A community collaborative dedicated to educating and empowering all learners to excel in our changing world.”

With its mission in mind, District 622 provides life-long educational opportunities for residents of all ages.

Encompassing 42-square miles, District 622 includes all or portions of seven communities within the Twin Cities metropolitan area – North St. Paul, Maplewood, Oakdale, Lake Elmo, Landfall, Pine Springs and Woodbury. 

Serving more than 80,000 residents, the district includes nine elementary schools (K-5), three middle schools (6-8), two high schools (9-12), an early childhood education center, an alternative learning center and a senior center. The district also offers a wide-variety of community education programs, which serves residents of all ages.

Residents of the North St. Paul-Maplewood-Oakdale School District community can be proud of the high-quality programs and services the district provides. From highly trained early-childhood teachers in its Stepping Stones preschool to nationally-recognized programs at the high school level, District 622 is always striving to be the best.

District 622 offers something for everyone, and staff members work hard to help each student find success.

Staff members work with families and teachers to choose the most appropriate school programs and settings. Gifted and talented students are identified through parental input, teacher referral and standardized test scores. Special Services provides support for children with special needs.  Extracurricular academic and athletic activities for students of all ages help enrich the educational experience.

For parents of secondary students, District 622 has implemented the Parent Portal system, which allows parents to access their student’s academic information online, from anywhere, at anytime.

The efforts of a high-quality staff are visible in student success. District 622 students regularly receive national and state recognition for achievement in arts, academics and athletics.

If you would like more information about District 622, please call 651-748-7620 or visit us online at www.isd622.org.

 

Superintendent of Schools

Patty Phillips

651-748-7410

Special Education Director

Ms. Karon Joyer

651-748-7452

Teaching & Learning Director

Dr. Troy Miller

651-748-7482

Business Services Director

Mr. Dale Sundtrom

651-748-7511

Community Education Director

Mr. Chuck Ericksen

651-748-7632

Human Resources Director

Mr. Keith Gray

651-748-7422

Technology Director

Mr. Robert Biddick

651-748-7692

 

 

 

Athletic Director (Tartan High School)

Mr. Bryan Munter

651-702-6022

Athletic Director (North High School)

Ms. Jed Helwig

651-748-6022

High Potential Coordinator

Mr. Joe Slavin

651-748-7488

Curriculum Coordinator

Ms. Sharon Burrell

651-748-7472

General Information

District Education Center

651-748-7622

 

 

Facilities:

Elementary Schools

No. Buildings:9

No. Students: 4,467

Middle Schools

No. Buildings:3

No. Students: 2,297

High Schools

No. Buildings:2

No. Students: 3,555

Open Enrollment

Yes

 

 

Student Staff Ratio:

 

Elementary Schools

25.84 to 1

Middle Schools

33 to 1

High Schools

33 to 1

 

 

Expenditures Per Pupil:

 

Elementary Schools

$8,641

Middle Schools

$8,641

High Schools

$8,641

 

 

Transportation:

 

Bus Available:

Yes

 

 

Kindergarten:

FREE All-Day, Everyday Kindegarten for all students

 

 

Hot Lunch:

 

Hot Lunch Available:

Yes

 

 

Grading Policies

 

Elementary Schools

Letter Grading

Middle Schools

Letter Grading

High Schools

Letter Grading

 

 

Percentage of Schools Accredited

 

Elementary Schools

0

Middle Schools

0

High Schools

0

 

 

Percentage Staff Degrees:

 

Bachelors:

100%

Masters:

64%

PhD’s:

 1%

 

 

Certified Staff

 

Elementary

 

Elem Art:

Yes

Elem Phys. Ed:

Yes

Elem Music:

Yes

Elem Media:

Yes

 

 

Number of Non-Athletic Extracurricular Activities: 67

 

 

Classes Offered:

 

Elementary School:

 

Band:

No

Choir:

Yes

 

 

Middle School:

 

Band:

Yes

 

 

Choir:

Yes

 

Orchestra:

No

French:

N/A

Spanish:

Yes

German:

Yes

Adv. Computers:

Yes

 

 

High School:

 

Band:

Yes

Choir: 

Yes

Orchestra:

No

French:

Yes

Spanish:

Yes

German:

Yes

Adv. Computers

Yes

Adv. Calculus:

Yes

 

 

Ratio Students to Computers:

 

Elementary Schools

7 to 1

Middle Schools

7 to 1

High Schools

7 to 1

Learning Alternatives

 

 

 

Percentage of Seniors who went to:

 

Community College

2 Year

23%

Vocational or Tech

2 Year

23%

College or University

4 Year

68%

 

 

ACT Statistics:

 

Average ACT Scores

21.8

Percentage of Students taking ACT

57.3%

 

 

SAT Statistics:

 

Average Math Score

1310

Average Verbal Score

1310

Percentage of Students taking SAT

1.7%

 

 

National Merit Scholars:

0

Commended

2

Finalist

2

 

 

Programs for Gifted and Talented:

Yes

Special Education Programs:

Yes

 

 

Athletics:

Baseball

Boys

Basketball

Boys/Girls

Football

Boys

Ice Hockey

Boys/Girls

Downhill Skiing

N/A

CC Skiing

Boys/Girls

Tennis

Boys/Girls

Golf

Boys/Girls

Softball

Girls

Sync Swimming

N/A

Dance

N/A

Swimming

Boys/Girls

Wrestling

Boys

Volleyball

Girls

Track

Boys/Girls

CC Running

Boys/Girls

Gymnastics

Girls

Soccer

Boys/Girls

 

 

Broomball

N/A

 

 

Dance Team

N/A

 

 

Badminton

N/A

Other: 

 

 

 

 

 

Intramural Programs:

 

 

Baseball

N/A

Soccer

N/A

Basketball

N/A

Softball

N/A

Lacrosse

N/A

Touch Football  

N/A

 

Other:

 

 

 

 

 

Special Programs worth mentioning: