- SatDec10 Fridley Dance Team Invitational 9:00 AM to 5:00 PMFridley High School Gym
- SatDec10 High School Musical 7:00 PM to 9:00 PMFridley High School Auditorium
- ThuDec15 Holiday Spectaular Concert 7:00 PM to 9:00 PMFridley High School Auditorium
- FriDec16 Stevenson Box Top Store Stevenson Elementary
- FriDec16 Movie Night 7:00 PM to 9:00 PMFridley High School Auditorium
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Fridley High School is pleased to announce its fall musical, Cinderella, opens this week in the newly renovated auditorium! The show runs Wednesday, December 7 through Saturday, December 10. All performances begin at 7:00 p.m.
Fridley students with ID will be able to get general admission seats in the balcony on the day of performance for only $2. These seats are on a first come, first served basis and cannot be reserved.
This year we are offering a Princess Makeover option which will entitle the child to a reserved seat, special makeup makeover, a sparkly tiara, a reserved treat at intermission and a photo opportunity on stage after the show with Cinderella and the Prince. These tickets are $15 each and are limited to 20 per performance.
Tickets are available by clicking here.
How can fathers support their children’s learning? How can they be involved? What issues and topics matter to them? What activities would they like to do with their children?
On October 27, 2016, a group of dads of students from Hayes and Stevenson elementary schools gathered at the Fridley Community Center for the first meeting of the district’s Fatherhood Partnership.
The initiative was developed to provide an avenue for fathers to get together, learn from one another, access resources for themselves and their children, and learn how they can continue to support and contribute to their children’s educational success.
The partnership was organized by Heshima Selassie, Family Outreach Liaison at Stevenson Elementary School. Selassie, who has had numerous conversations with the fathers of the students he serves, said that this was an opportunity that a lot of the dads have been looking for.
In his opening speech, guest speaker John Warren, Family Engagement Specialist from the Northwest Suburban Integration School District (NWSISD), applauded the fathers who attended the event.
“There are many things you could be doing right now,” he said, “but you are here. You chose to attend this event because you care for your children and want to give them your very best.”
A father himself, Warren talked to dads about creating a balance between work and other responsibilities to allow them to continue to have quality time with their children. Several dads attended the event with their children and were able to sit with them during some of the evenings activities.
“You are your children's hero,” said Warren. “Being a dad is tough, and as tough as parenting is, your children are depending on you to help them succeed in school and life. You can be that hero for them,” he said.
“This was a great beginning,” said Selassie. A short survey taken by the dads at the end of the session indicated that they wanted and were looking forward to another dad event and opportunities for involvement with their children.
“We are looking at the feedback,” said Selassie, “and we will use the information that the dads provided to plan the next event soon.”
2016 Fridley Public Schools Distinguished Alumni
(Row 1, left to right): Patricia Ann (Levendoski) McCormick (1963), Dr. Laura Hosman (1993), Nancy (Swiderski) Keyes (1961), Rev. Dr. Judith Stone (1963). (Row 2, left to right): Richard Matthews (1969), Ronald Berglund (1965), Dr. Timothy Johnson (1974), Alison G. Myhra (1978), Dr. Janice Beauduy (1974), and Kent Truehl (1978).
2016 Fridley Public Schools Circe of Excellence: Decade of Girls Basketball Excellence
1988-1997,” represented by (Row 1, left to right): Coach Clyde Riddel, Sandy Nelson, Kim (Carlson) Hoehne, Deedee (Matson) Bossen. (Row 2, left to right): Coach Pat Barrett, Cathy Jacobson, Ann (Schueller) Peiler, Denise (Boser) Girtz, Nicole Johnson Kamp, Kris Traczyk Henry, Tammy Bredahl, Coach Dave Morgan, and Sherry (Earley) Nygren.
Fridley Public Schools held its seventh annual Distinguished Alumni Awards event on October 28, 2016 at the Fridley Community Center. This year, ten Fridley High School alumni were honored, along with the Decade of Girls Basketball teams: 1988-1997, who received the Circle of Excellence Award.
The purpose of the Distinguished Alumni Award is to honor Fridley High School graduates who have distinguished themselves in their chosen careers and service to their communities. The program also aims to generate interest and support in current students and staff by connecting them to Fridley’s past.
Both awards are to those who, based on their excellence and contributions as individuals and as a group, have brought honor to Fridley High School and to their community.
The presence and accomplishments of the district’s alumni allows today’s students to touch and experience the past and see possible pathways to brighter futures.
Click here for Individual biographies on the Distinguished Alumni and the Circle of Excellence.
Fridley High School’s 2016 National Honor Society inductees
(Row 1): Halah Abbood, Daniel Ajagbusi, Bryan Bennek, Parth Bhakta, Carson Brady, Spencer Brady, Caleb Brandt, Wyatte Chaffee, Cassandra Corraya, Shadin Elkhair, Nicolas Fite, Olivia Fredrickson, Anna Haroldson, and Harris Hunter. (Row 2): Farrque Hussein, Juliet Huynh, Alexis Klanderud, Grace Lepsch, Fardowsa Mohamed, Saralynn Ness, Jennifer Ollila, Petra Owusu, Tenzin Palmo, Colton Ranstrom, Benjamin Stevenson, Daegia Vang, Liajder Vang, and Maureen Zeleny.
Fridley High School’s Vernon C. Knutson chapter of the National Honor Society inducted 28 new members on October 10, 2016 at its 59th Annual Ceremony. They joined ten additional members already in the society.
NHS serves to honor those students who have demonstrated excellence in the areas of scholarship, leadership, service, and character. To be eligible for membership, a student must have a cumulative grade point average of at least a 3.4.
Dedicated to the four principles of NHS outlined above, these hard-working students stand out as leaders in their school in honesty and humility.