Student Success Expo!

All Fridley Public Schools' parents and families are invited to a district-wide Student Success Expo to be held on April 22, 2017 at Fridley High School.  This event is for parents of our elementary school, middle school and high school students. Join us!




Inclement Weather

Winter Weather
Information on school closings due to weather conditions

    • SatApr29 Prom Grand March 4:00 PM to 5:30 PMFridley High School Auditorium
    • SatApr29 Prom 8:00 PM to 11:00 PM
    • FriMay05 Stevenson Box Tops turned in Stevenson Elementary
    • FriMay05 FMS Academic All-Star Program 7:30 AMFridley High School Auditorium
    • SatMay06 Fridley Fine Arts Festival 7:00 PMFridley High School Auditorium

SCHOOL BOARD

The School Board serves as the governing body of Fridley Public Schools District 14 and, within established state guidelines and regulations, determines the educational, financial, and administrative programs and policies under which the district functions.

The Board welcomes and encourages communications from district residents. Communication may take the form of personal or written contacts with members of the Board or the district administration. If you wish to offer input, ask a question, or discuss a concern, you may leave a message at the Board Message Line at 763-502-5060, or the Superintendent's office at 763-502-5001. Written communications may be addressed to the Fridley Public Schools District 14 School Board, 6000 West Moore Lake Drive, Fridley, MN 55432.

Regular meetings are usually held on the third Tuesday of each month in the City Council Chambers at City Hall, 6431 University Avenue NE, Fridley, MN.

Special meetings are held as needed. Notice will be posted at least three days in advance on the district website. Official action items may be included at Special meetings. Special meetings will be held to a minimum.

All School Board meetings are open to the public in accordance with Minnesota State Law.





Fridley High School is one of two schools from Minnesota that will be represented at the International Baccalaureate World Student Conference in London, England.
Out of the over 330,000 works submitted (which are judged in 29 categories), less than one percent are recognized at the national level.
WCCO television's Kim Johnson surprised Erichsrud with the news station's Excellent Educator Award. She was nominated for the award by the parent of one of her students.
Younger athletes stepped up this year for Fridley High School's swimming and diving program, and will continue to build on what they gained this year for next season.
Students from Fridley High School's Junior Achievement group received an opportunity to job shadow and tour Xcel Energy's High Bridge facility in Saint Paul.
Fridley Area Learning Center students learned more about the history of Minneapolis and what working int he mill would've been like over a century ago.
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