Lena Christiansen, Principal
262 Bates Ave., St Paul, MN 55106
(651) 293-8915 | Get Directions
Our richly diverse neighborhood school is next to the Dayton’s Bluff Recreation Center on St. Paul’s East Side. Students at our school are ready to learn and encouraged by staff to ask questions, solve problems and discover how things work. Dayton’s Bluff brings all staff, specialists and community partners together to provide comprehensive learning experiences and supports. Learn more...
Achievement Plus, is a private-public partnership between SPPS and the Amherst H. Wilder Foundation, focusing on three components - academics, out-of-school learning opportunities, and learning supports.
Our program features fun and engaging activities to help students improve math and reading skills as well as opportunities for them to take enrichment classes to explore new interests.
Find helpful information for the 2014-2015 school year.
We have fundraising opportunities available at Dayton's Bluff to help enhance our students education.
We are proud of our school. School tours are available anytime! Call the school office at 651-293-8915 for more information.
Principal Christiansen has worked with Saint Paul Public Schools since 1994, serving most recently as Assistant Principal for Benjamin E. Mays and Museum Magnet Schools. She has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Elementary and Special Education from Luther College, and a Master of Arts degree in Curriculum and Instruction from the College of Saint Catherine.
Dayton's Bluff Achievement Plus Elementary
262 Bates Ave
St Paul, MN 55106
Hours: 8:30 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Phone: (651) 293-8915
Fax: (651) 771-3428
This year, Saint Paul firefighters joined Minneapolis firefighters in the effort and will donate coats to nearly 500 children at Dayton's Bluff Achievement Plus.
Kindergarteners and pre-kindergarteners started school Sept. 8. Some Dayton's Bluff families marked the occasion by posing for photos with their young learners.
2014-15 Dayton's Bluff School Supply List
Breakfast to Go (B2G) is a great way for students to start their day. B2G allows students to select a school breakfast, which they then eat in the classroom – thus building a sense of community with their classmates.
(Free for all students)
Click here for more information.
This March-April educators will survey students about their school experience. The surveys are being conducted through Teacher Development and Evaluation--a collaboration between SPPS and the Saint Paul Federation of Teachers.
■ DETAILS: tde.spps.org
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