• Mr. Schmidt

    Tyler Schmidt

    Grade levels:  

    Welcome to the CREED program. This special education program is designed to address the behavioral, emotional, and academic needs of high school age students, grade 9-12th. The primary focus is on changing those behaviors that keep your student from being away from the mainstream educational setting. 

    Classes taught:   

    1st Hour: Group Dynamics
    Students will focus on developing social, emotional, and academic skills of high school students and create supportive relationships among students and staff. 
    3rd Hour: Geometry
    Students will explore the basics of geometry and key topics that provide a strong foundation in the essentials of geometry. 
    4th Hour: Social Studies
    Students discover the unique history of America through teacher-directed instruction. They explore unique historical events during American Beginnings (the 1400's) to the present day. 
    5th Hour: English
    Students work with Language Live curriculum that includes teacher-directed instruction and an online component that works at the student's pace. Language Live helps the students master foundational reading skills, writing, vocabulary, and language skills. 
    6th Hour: Transition
     In Transition Development class students will focus on the three areas of transition areas: Post-Secondary Options (College and Career Training), Employment (Careers and Job Seeking) and Independent Living Skills (Home, Community and Recreation and Leisure). This course is designed to rotate through different areas of Transition over a four-year course. Within this class, students will complete a variety of book work activities and volunteer activities.  Students will also work on individual Transition goals as stated on their IEP’s.
    Link to Schoology


    Parent Portal: Check Parent Portal often to find out how your student is doing on assignments and assessments. Parent Portal also includes information pertinent to your son or daughter such as schedule, attendance, health information, behavior, and fees.

    If you are not yet using Parent Portal click here. Review the Parent Portal User Guidelines and System Requirements and then click on Account Activation Request. Complete the activation form, print it, sign it, and mail it to ISD 622 Parent Portal, 2520 East 11th Avenue, North St. Paul, MN 55109. You will receive an email with detailed information about your user account within two weeks.


    Parent Resources  

    Schoology online learning management system

    - allows students to digitally submit homework assignments, review grades, participate in interactive discussions, receive announcements and feedback, take tests, and more. As a parent, you will be able to view your child’s activity within the platform.

    Campus Parent (formerly Parent Portal)

    - provides parents and students access to announcements, assignments, attendance, bus routes, fees, grades, report cards, schedules, and more.