• TueFeb19 School Board Meeting 5:30 PMFHS Media Center
    • WedFeb20 ECFE Baby Class Session 2 ends
    • WedFeb20 Stevenson PTO Meeting 6:00 PM to 8:00 PMRLS
    • ThuFeb21 Stevenson Conferences 4:00 PM to 8:00 PMRLS
    • FriFeb22 Stevenson Box Tops due

Communications & COMMUNITY RELATIONS

Jael McLemore
Communications & Community Relations Director
(763) 502-5020

David Webber
Communications Specialist
(763) 502-5064


Sarah Burghardt
Communications Specialist
(763) 502-5038


The Office of Communications works under the direction of the Superintendent and is involved in strategic communications including: media relations, community and public relations, and internal and external communications.

Media Relations:

  • Press releases
  • Media advisories

Community and Public Relations:

  • Student, employees and volunteers recognition programs
  • In-service training as required on communications and public relations
  • Parent and community involvement/engagement

Communications:

  • District publications (brochures, bulletin, calendar, etc., website)
  • Professional assistance in the development of various publications (brochures, newsletters, letters, information bulletins and presentations) for schools and departments
  • Professional proof reading, publication layout and graphic design.

 


Out of the many impressive works displayed at the International Baccalaureate (IB) Middle Years Programme (MYP) Personal Projects Celebration, projects of 55 Fridley High School (FHS) students earned "Personal Project of Distinction" designations.

In celebration of National African American Parent Involvement Day (NAAPID), Stevenson Elementary students had the chance to share their school experience with their parents on February 11, 2019.

Congratulations to Fridley Middle School teacher Rachel Cathey, who was named KS95 Teacher of the Week! KS95 is a local radio station serving the Minneapolis-St. Paul area.

Congratulations to Fridley High School and ALC students Savanna Bordeaux, Lita Kelsey, Karlista Knighten, and Ayrton Rosales, who were selected to take part in the National Congress of American Indian - Youth Legislative Summit in Washington DC.

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