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When: Friday, February 17, 2017
Time: 6:00 PM
Where: Fridley High School Auditorium
Cost: Entirely and utterly FREE
ALL ARE WELCOME!!
WHAT: Equal Justice Community Dialogue
WHEN: Tuesday, January 31, 2017
TIME: 6:00 - 9:00 PM
WHERE: Fridley Community Center
HOSTED BY: Minnesota 10th Judicial District
This is a free community event and all are welcome to attend. Light refreshments will be served.
Candidates for the 2017 IB Diploma at Fridley High School, along with their supervisors, are: (Front row, l to r) supervisor Elizabeth Jensen, Maija Salo, Emma Helmer, Jennie Harris, Abigail Ladwig, Sumaya Alfath and Maureen Zeleny. (Back row, l to r) supervisor Jeren Anderson, Alexis Klanderud, supervisor Tim Leistikow, Sasha Herder, Niles Salter and supervisor Steve Holt.
Nine extremely hard-working Fridley High School students submitted their International Baccalaureate (IB) Extended Essays at the seventh annual Silver Platter Celebration held December 20, 2016.
The Extended Essay is an in-depth study of a focused topic, chosen within a subject group, intended to promote high-level research and writing skills, intellectual discovery, and creativity. This 4,000-word essay encourages students to develop the independent research skills that are expected at colleges and universities.
The celebration is an opportunity for students enrolled in the full IB Diploma Programme to be recognized by their parents, teachers and peers for the high degree of academic rigor they have embarked on.
Candidates for the 2017 IB Diploma and their essay subjects are:
Sumaya Alfath: To what extent has bilingual education been integrated into the Mayan school system in Guatemala?
Jennie Harris: How have articles on Fox News used persuasive techniques to portray the Black Lives Matter movement?
Emma Helmer: To what extent is the 19th Amendment the main cause of the development of the early feminist movement?
Sasha Herder: How has Disney reflected the evolution of women’s role in society through their portrayal of princesses?
Alexis Klanderud: An Analysis of the role Elizabeth Cady Stanton played in leading the Women’s Rights movement.
Abigail Ladwig: How do comments on YouTube differ based on gender and power?
Maija Salo: How have gender roles in drama evolved? A comparison of Romeo and Juliet and the Last Five Years.
Niles Salter: To what extent does the narrative style in To Kill A Mockingbird influence Scout’s worldview?
Maureen Zeleny: To what extent did Mao Zedong achieve his stated goals when he visited Moscow in 1949-1950?
In addition to the presentation of the extended essays, eight Fridley High School 2016 graduates returned to receive their International Baccalaureate Diplomas. One current Fridley High School student, Margaret Bergman, received the 2016 IB Diploma as an accelerated student. She is currently participating in the Post-Secondary Enrollment Options program and will graduate from Fridley High School in June 2017.
Fridley Public Schools December 2016 Employee of the Month is Laura Hengen, recipient at Stevenson Elementary. Laura puts her whole heart and soul into her role as the school’s receptionist. Parents, students and staff love talking with her. Laura has a vibrant and caring personality that lights up every room she enters.
She is willing to do whatever is necessary and is flexible in getting the job done. Laura is caring and very genuine. She is always going beyond the call of duty, whether it is volunteering for Family Bingo Night, the annual school carnival or helping dig in the dirt to make sure Stevenson looks its best at all times.
Laura is a dedicated, hard-working team player who displays integrity. Stevenson is proud to have her representing the district!
Fridley Public Schools January 2017 Employee of the Month is Kim Kaneakua, paraprofessional at Fridley Middle School. Kim is a positive, dedicated and consistent influence in the lives of the students she supports. She is truly an invaluable extension of the 8th grade team, integral to the work they do in supporting the development of each and every student.
Kim helps lead the Tiger GRIT (Give respect, Responsibility, Integrity, Think first) Student group, creates binders for lessons in every class she supports students in, strives to build a relationship with all students, teaches students yoga and is the epitome of what it means to give all of yourself to your school.
Kim Kaneakua truly extends the impact Fridley Middle School is able to have as a school on the development of future generations. “We are honored to serve alongside her in support of the students and families of FMS,” said Matthew Boucher, Principal of Fridley Middle School.