- MonJun01 Early Childhood Screening 11:00 AM to 6:00 PMFCC
- TueJun02 Early Childhood Screening 9:00 AM to 4:00 PMFCC
- WedJun03 Last day for seniors
- WedJun03 Early Childhood Screening 9:00 AM to 4:00 PMFCC
- WedJun03 Commencement Rehearsal 12:30 PM to 3:00 PMFHS
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HONORING THE FRIDLEY SENIOR CLASS OF 2020
To honor the Fridley High School Class of 2020, the district has launched 20 for 20! For the 20 days leading up to graduation, we will be highlighting our seniors with postings on our District Facebook page and our new Class of 2020 Digital Blog, which is viewable below. We have also created a Staff Shout Out Digital Blog where seniors can view messages from Fridley teachers and staff members.
You can read more about each senior by clicking their photo. We will be honoring ALL our seniors throughout these 20 days, beginning with seniors who have responded so far to the Senior Survey. Stay tuned for additional content including Staff Shout Outs to the Class of 2020, and more!
To our Fridley seniors and parents - you will receive an email notification when you/your child has been posted in the blog. Please do not forget to complete your Senior Survey, which was sent to your student ISD Google account, by this Friday, May 15!
Fridley Staff Shout Outs by Fridley Class of 2020 on Exposure
In partnership with Kris Lindahl Real Estate and Blue Ox Media, the Fridley High School Class of 2020 will be honored with two billboards during their graduation week! Beginning on Monday, June 1, be sure to drive by these locations to celebrate our graduating seniors!
Kris Lindahl, a Fridley High School alumnus, generously donated time on one of his billboards to honor the Class of 2020 from June 1-7.
In addition, Blue Ox Ad Media, a Minnesota billboard advertising firm, generously donated time to honor Fridley seniors from June 1-4.
Thank you Fridley School Board members Jake Karnopp and Avonna Starck, who supported and helped organize this recognition and salute to our Seniors!
Time: June 1-7
Location: Located .2 miles West of I-35W in New Brighton, facing both East and West
Donated on behalf of: Kris Lindahl Real Estate, with work from Lead Videographer for Kris Lindahl Real Estate Charlie Siddons
Time: June 1-4
Location: Located on I-694, half a mile East of Top Golf, facing both East and West
Donated on behalf of: Blue Ox Ad Media,with work from Blue Ox Media Director of Business Development, Garrit Hooker
Welcome to the 62nd annual Fridley High School Scholastic Achievement Awards! The event, sponsored by Fridley Lions Club, recognizes student excellence and achievement. Click the video above to watch the virtual event.
To our students: we are so proud of each and every one of you. You have worked so hard and we want to celebrate your well-earned accomplishments achieved at Fridley High School.
Additionally, these distinguished students will be honored for their tremendous participation and leadership in activities, and modeling the strong, inclusive culture we are proud to be a part of at Fridley High School.
Along with these awards, the Class of 2020 FHS Community Scholarships will also be awarded to our well-deserving seniors. Congratulations to our seniors!
Parents and seniors, you are invited to share your photos with us! Snap a photo of your at-home celebration, senior's scholarship, or honored achievement! Please email any photos to firstname.lastname@example.org to celebrate your success and be featured in an upcoming e-newsletter!
Fridley Public Schools is pleased to announce that Veronica Mathison has been named the new principal of R. L. Stevenson Elementary School. She will replace long-term principal Daryl Vossler who announced his intent to retire at the end of this school year. Mathison will begin her new role on July 1, 2020.
Mathison currently serves Fridley Public Schools as a district International Baccalaureate Coordinator and math coordinator. She joined the district in 2005 as a math teacher at Fridley Middle School and has since served as math teacher and instructional coach at the middle school, and district math coordinator and instructional coach. Prior to Fridley, Mathison worked in Minneapolis Public Schools as a middle school math teacher, high school transition coordinator, and afterschool and summer school coordinator.
While at Stevenson, Mathison served as a Positive Behavior Intervention Supports (PBIS) leader for development of proactive school-wide behavior systems. She also maintained partnerships with community members and Medtronic, helping bring $250,000 funding support for Stevenson including a STEM lab.
Among her work as an IB Coordinator, Mathison implemented all aspects of the school’s PYP IB Programme. She facilitated staff development and provided training to principals and district administrators on IB practices.
Mathison received her bachelor’s degree in elementary education from the Minnesota State University, Mankato; a master’s degree in education from Saint Mary’s University, and an education specialist, K-12 principal licensure from St. Thomas University.
Congratulations to Veronica Mathison and best wishes as she begins her new role as Stevenson Elementary School principal!