YOU ARE HELPING TO SHAPE OUR FUTURE!
We are in the process of updating our district's strategic plan.
Visit our Strategic Plan webpage for the latest information on the process and how to participate.
We aim for Fridley to be "The best place to learn and the best place to work.” As we come out of the COVID-19 pandemic, we have the opportunity to revisit our strategic direction and priorities.
We cannot do this important work without you!
Welcome to Fridley Public Schools
Fridley Public Schools is the first and only school district in the state of Minnesota to provide the full International Baccalaureate Programme Continuum (PYP, MYP, DP, and CP) to all PreKindergarten to Grade 12 students.
Our School District is committed to creating a welcoming, respectful environment that provides an equitable and inclusive education for each student, staff and community member by ensuring that opportunities, access, and resources are aligned to support the growth and academic achievement of each student.
We welcome you to Fridley Public Schools! Click the video to learn more about the World-Class Opportunities that we are proud to offer.
The Fridley High School Asian Club hosted their first annual Asian Culture Activity Fair for FHS students on May 24. It was open for any student to attend and was held during lunch in the media center.
Memorial Day is a holiday observed in the United States to honor and remember those who have died while serving in the U.S. military. It is a day of remembrance and reflection for the sacrifices made by those who lost their lives in defense of their country.
Congratulations to Jason Gehlbach, our May Employee of the Month, who is a grounds and delivery driver for the Fridley Public School District.
Congratulations to Fridley High School (FHS) juniors Palak Bhakta and Deodatus Gbadoe who earned the Harvard Book Award and Yale Book Award, respectively. Recipients of these awards must be outstanding students in the junior class who display excellence in scholarship and high character, combined with achievement in other fields.
Congratulations to Fridley High School (FHS) senior Amayramy Ruiz Barrios who is the 2023 FHS recipient of the Athena Award. Each year, the Athena Award is presented to an outstanding female student athlete at 100 Twin Cities metro area private and public high schools.
Members of the Fridley Lions Club attended the Fridley vs Columbia Heights baseball game on May 15 to dedicate a new electronic scoreboard that they helped purchase. The Fridley Lions Club has generously supported the Fridley school community for years and the assistance they provided to purchase the new scoreboard shows their commitment to improving the community.
[Click above for Afaan Oromoo, Español, Hmoob, Soomaali]
Fridley Public Schools is accepting applications to serve in an interim capacity on the school board. This opening is to fill a seat vacated by Donna Prewedo, for a term from July through December 31, 2023.
The candidate must be:
- At least 21 years of age
- An eligible voter
- Reside in the Fridley School District for at least 30 days prior to the appointment
- Not convicted as a sex offender who is required to register pursuant to Minn. Stat. 243.166.
Complete an application by June 2.
The Fridley Schools Foundation awarded more than $20,000 in innovation grants to teachers and staff in the Fridley Public School District this spring. All Fridley Public Schools employees are eligible to apply for an innovation grant. Innovation grants are intended to support creative, thoughtful ideas that benefit the students, staff, and families of Fridley Public Schools.
Fridley Preschool families engaged in play-based and inquiry-based learning activities at STEM Night held at the Fridley Community Center on Thursday, April 27. This is an annual event hosted by the preschool for its 3- and 4-year-old students that focuses on science, technology, engineering and math. The event is filled with hands-on activities that reflect what 4-year-old preschool students are currently learning in school and is an opportunity for 3-year-old preschool students to get a head start on what they’ll experience at preschool their next year.