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News from the Youth Department

A Great End to a Great Year of Set It Up

Everyone is anxiously awaiting the food

By Kevin Kalla, SPNN Youth Program Coordinator & Magee Glenn-Burns, Communications Intern

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Immigrant Youth Use Video to Explain Where They Come From

Leap Academy provides a working space for immigrant students to learn English and adapt into the American culture as quickly as possible. There’s a diverse range of students who come from different parts of the world and they are all immersed in one environment so they can get the best experience to prepare them after they graduate. In the Spring, SPNN youth had the opportunity to work with 12 students who have been in the United States for less than 3 years. Their English is still developing but are improving everyday. They were asked to make a video about where they come from.
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Join SPNN at the Grand Opening of Arlington Hills Community Center

SPNN is part of Createch, a pilot program that started in November 2012 with the Saint Paul Public Libraries and Saint Paul Parks & Recs. Createch is a space for teens to be creative with technology. It strives to provide teens in and around Saint Paul with access to the current and emerging technology needed to pursue their interests and spark new passions, along with mentors to support their individual growth.
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