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News and Events

IMPORTANT UPDATE: Schools closed for remainder of 2019-20 school year
Posted 04/23/2020 03:17PM

Governor Tim Walz announced on April 23, 2020 that all Minnesota public and charter schools will remain closed for the remainder of the school year. This means that Distance Learning will continue for students through the end of the school year.

We encourage parents and guardians to continue to support their children’s learning at home. With your help and support, we can together ensure that our young scholars continue to learn.

We will continue to prepare curriculum content, prepare learning packets for students, and prioritize devices for families in need. Meals will also be provided to all our students during regularly scheduled learning days. Our commitment to our families is that we will do the best that we can to support our students and families during these challenging times.

The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has caused schools to close at a time when many celebrations honoring student achievements would have been taking place. While many events have been cancelled, we have not forgotten our students. The district is evaluating ways with which we can safely celebrate the hard work and accomplishments of our students, from our 4-year-old preschool Class of 2033 to our senior Class of 2020. We are so very proud of our students and we will do our best to honor and recognize their accomplishments.

Please remember:
Monday, April 27: No Distance Learning for Students
School meals will not be served. Students will be served 2 breakfasts and 2 lunches on Friday, April 24.

Friday, May 1: No Distance Learning for Students
(Planning Day for staff, as previously announced by the Governor, and no Distance Learning for students)

Monday, May 4: No Distance Learning for Students
(Planning Day for staff, as previously announced by the Governor, and no Distance Learning for students)

Our world has changed, and our new normal is unlike anything we have experienced before. If you need support or assistance, please reach out to your child’s teacher, dean, or principal - and we will do our best to support you. We are here to support out students and families. Each one of our schools also has a student support team that is available and ready to support students. We will get through this together.

Thank you, and please take care of yourselves, families and our students.  

Fridley Public Schools

Below, please view a video message from Superintendent Dr. Kim Hiel:


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