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Stevenson Elementary Welcomes You!

Who we are:  R. L. Stevenson Elementary is proud to be an International Baccalaureate School. We strive for excellence and believe in every child!  Our goal is guide each of our students to success both academically and socially. We hold high expectations for all and nurture our entire Stevenson community to be lifelong learners that contribute to the greater good.  

Stevenson aspires to provide rich and memorable experiences for students. We believe in inquiry based hands-on learning.  We believe students learn by doing and being at the center of learning.  We work to provide signature programs to bring out the talents of our students. This includes our Crazy 8 Math Club which grows a love for math, our Stevenson Coders who explore and become computer programmers, and our Early Bird Choir which lets our students that love to sing shine.  

We provide a positive, and safe learning environment. Stevenson CARES is our motto. We cooperate with each other, we work to show each other our appreciation for all of our positive actions, hard work, and the unique characteristics each individual brings, we respect ourselves, one another and our school, and through empathy we learn to exhibit the qualities that teach us how to embrace our diversity.  Put it all together and cooperation + appreciation + respect + empathy = SUCCESS!

We invite you to become part of the Stevenson community. Please call our front office at 763-502-5302 to schedule a visit today.

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Thank you Fridley school district residents for voting to approve the Fridley Public Schools operating levy referendum on November 5, 2019.

The referendum passed with 60 percent voter approval!

"We are deeply grateful to our community for their support," said Fridley Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Kim Hiel. "This community has always valued its community schools and prioritized the education and futures of our students. Our community's support will provide much needed funding for academic and student support services. We value the high quality academic programs Fridley provides, and we are truly thankful to our community and voters for their trust and confidence that we will continue to prepare our students for college and careers through our rigorous academic programs."

The new operating levy will provide $1.5 million to benefit all Fridley students. These funds will allow Fridley Public Schools to:

  • Invest in academic programs that enhance and enrich student learning
  • Strengthen student support programs including social emotional learning and mental health services
  • Maintain current class sizes
  • Support current staffing levels

 

School Board Results

In addition to the passage of the referendum, residents elected three candidates to the Fridley School Board. Incumbents Abdisalam Adam and Donna Prewedo were re-elected to the board, as well as Jake Karnopp, who will become the newest board member in January 2020. 


Click here to view the election results (Minnesota Secretary of State website)

Click here for additional information about the operating levy request

  

Each year, the Fridley-Columbia Heights Rotarians visit the classrooms of Stevenson and Hayes Elementary Schools to deliver a special gift - dictionaries for every third grader at Fridley Public Schools. All students received their own copy of “A Student’s Dictionary” on October 9, 2019, books that were generously donated by the club. 

“One of Rotary International's missions is the encouragement of literacy,” said Rotarian Bob Tholkes, who participates in this project each year. “Dictionary donation as a means of achieving our literacy mission has been widespread among Rotary clubs for many years.”

In the age of technology and electronics, Tholkes admitted that the Rotary Club has debated continuing the donations in the face of the development of online learning, but the value of possessing a hard copy book still remains.

“It’s also very rewarding since it gives us an opportunity to personally interact with students from the area - something we very much enjoy doing,” said Tholkes. “And we are able to introduce ourselves and the club to parents and teachers in the community.”

Along with Tholkes, Fridley Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Kim Hiel distributed the books with Fridley Community Education Senior Programs, Adult Enrichment and Facilities Coordinator Maggie Chandler and Rotarians Fred Bischke, Katie Johnson, Steve Klaers, Craig Malm, and Greg Schraufnagel.

The third grade students eagerly wrote their names in the dictionaries and quickly thumbed through the book to seek out the longest word in the English language. The
young scholars were also excited to read the biographies of United States presidents, practice sign language, and view the map of the seven continents. 

  

  

  


Fridley Public Schools families can apply now for Educational Benefits. Beginning July 1, 2019, Fridley Public Schools families will receive a paper application in the mail. Families can also complete the application online. Submitting this application provides our district with additional funding that directly supports our schools and our students’ education.

This funding helps support: 

  • Lower instructor-to-learner ratios
  • Additional teachers for reading intervention & extended math instruction
  • Student support services (deans & counselors)
  • Supporting direct instruction for English language learners

A new application must be completed every school year. Families who qualify will be eligible to receive free or reduced-priced school meals for the 2019-20 school year.

To apply online:

  • Parents/guardians need their student’s PERSON ID# to apply.
  • Household income level
  • Only complete one application per family
  • Online application process will take 10-15 minutes
  • If you need help, please contact the Nutritional Services Department at: 763-502-5022 or 763-502-5028.           

Please click here to complete and submit your application: Apply now (https://www.payschoolscentral.com)

To complete a paper application:

  • You will receive a paper copy of the application in the mail the week of July 1, 2019.
  • Please return completed application to any district school office or the enrollment center.
  • You can also mail the form to: Fridley ISD 14, Nutritional Services, 6000 West Moore Lake Drive, Fridley, MN 55432 
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