FHS Senior Anthony Borom won the State Championship in Triple Jump at the 2022 State Track and Field Meet at St. Michael-Albertville High School.
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Fridley Preschool, an International Baccalaureate World School, celebrated the ‘graduation’ of 117 4-year-old students from its program on June 8.
Fridley High School’s 64th commencement ceremony celebrated the Class of 2022 on June 2. A total of 225 graduates received their diplomas at Bob O’ Neill Field
The Fridley Moore Lake Area Learning Center (ALC) celebrated the success of 21 students at its Class of 2022 graduation celebration on May 26.
Fridley Public Schools will be offering free summer meals to all children, 18 years of age and under, at Fridley Middle School and Hayes Elementary School.
An IB World School, R. L. Stevenson Elementary has now officially become a designated International Peace Site led by a school-wide action project.
Hayes and Stevenson Elementary students presented their capstone PYP Exhibition projects on June 2 and June 7. Through this project, students select their own topics, define guiding research questions, interpret information from a range of sources, take action and present their learning to the school community.
The Fridley High School Class of 2022 commencement ceremony was held on Thursday, June 2 at Bob O'Neill Stadium at Fridley High School.
An annual tradition, Fridley High School seniors took one last lap around their former elementary schools before graduating. The graduates visited Hayes and Stevenson Elementary Schools on May 27.
To efficiently plan transportation routes and to secure an adequate number of bus drivers, Fridley Public Schools is requesting all families who will be using bus transportation next year to submit a Transportation Request form.