• MonJan21 No ECFE Classes and No Creative Play Programming
    • MonJan21 NO SCHOOL - Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day (Tiger Club CLOSED)
    • TueJan22 No ECFE Classes and No Creative Play Programming
    • TueJan22 Early Childhood Screening 12:00 PM to 6:00 PMFCC
    • TueJan22 RLS PTO Meeting 6:00 PM to 8:00 PMRLS

Welcome to the 2017/18 school year! 

As with each year, we are excited to be back starting a new school year.  This year there will be new faces, academic challenges with exciting outcomes, and surprising new journeys for our school.  Our expectations are high for student success in the upcoming year.  We hope your students are up for the challenge and anxious to learn new skills that will carry on for their lifetime.

Your students will each be assigned an Advisor to work with them on an individual basis.  You may contact that person to get additional information about the status of your student's progress throughout the year.  You can expect phone calls/emails from their Advisor in regards to upcoming Conferences, or concerns they may have regarding your student's attendance, grades, etc. 

Our ALC offers small class size, individualized support, classes tailored to meet different learners' needs, a safe environment, and a place where they will feel acceptance and belonging.  Our staff works with our students on both academic skills and their social/emotional status.  They look for new ways to make learning fun and exciting, often by asking the students to "think outside the box."  We believe ALL students can succeed and thrive!

Please know we are always available to answer questions or to assist with any other issues you may be dealing with.  The ALC main office number is 763-502-5165.  You may leave messages 24/7.   Give us a call today.

Hours are 8:15-2:50 p.m.

Extended Day Hours are 3:15 - 5:00 p.m. (Monday-Thursday) 

 

 

Spring MCA Testing for Area Learning Students is scheduled for the following dates:

April 10, 2018     Reading and Math

April 11, 2018     Reading and Math make-ups

April 17, 2018     Science

April 17, 2018     Science make-ups

 

 


On a mission to fight pollution, Stevenson kindergarten students kicked off a school-wide initiative as they 'saved seeds' on January 11, 2019.

Congratulations to Fridley Public Schools January 2019 Employee of the Month, Lisa Schloegl, paraprofessional at Stevenson Elementary.

Fridley Middle School 7th and 8th grade students enjoyed the "Gopher Experience" on December 7, 2018 - a program for middle school students to visit campus to learn from U of M student athletes.

Fridley Public Schools Superintendent and Fridley High School students participating in the STRIVE program pitched in to help fill the Salvation Army red kettles at the Fridley Sam's Club on December 12, 2018.

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