• 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

Welcome!

Fridley Public Schools is an International Baccalaureate World School District that aims to develop internationally minded students. Our mission is to guide students in the development of learning skills to help them reach their full potential.

International Baccalaureate World Schools
Fridley Public Schools offers the International Baccalaureate (IB) Programmes to all its students. The IB curriculum framework prepares students for success in college and careers with rigorous coursework through the Primary Years Programme, Middle Years Programme, Diploma Programme, and Career-related Programme. We are one of three districts in the state of Minnesota that offers the full IB continuum, from our earliest learners to high school graduation. 


Northwest Suburban Integration School District
Fridley Public Schools is a member of the Northwest Suburban Integration School District (NWSISD)
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Through this partnership, students who reside within the seven district consortium can open enroll in our schools and receive transportation.
Click here for a map of the participating districts.

We are proud to offer our families online enrollment that can be accessed from your personal computer by using the Online Enrollment button below or by visiting our Enrollment Office located in the Fridley Community Center, 6085 7th Street NE, Fridley, MN 55432. Computer kiosks are available at this site for your convenience. Please Note: Online enrollment is not recommended for mobile devices. Pop-up blockers MUST BE TURNED OFF to use this online registration feature.


Required Documents:
New students to the district will be asked to provide the following information:

      • In-District Families: Please provide one of the following: original copy of a current lease/rental/purchase agreement, current utility bill, or updated driver’s license with current address
      • Out-Of-District Families: Please complete and return the required Open Enrollment Form to the enrollment coordinator via email or fax(information provided below):  Statewide Enrollment Options Form

IF you have the following available, please submit:

      • Transcript or latest report card
      • Immunization Record
      • Copy of current IEP or last evaluation plan, if applicable

What to expect after enrolling:
Middle School and High School Students - Grades 5 thru 12
Once you have completed the Online Registration and the Enrollment Office has all of the required paperwork, we will request records from the student's previous school.  When records are received and reviewed, you will be contacted by the school's dean.

Elementary Students - Grades K thru 4
Once you have completed the Online Registration and the Enrollment Office has all of the required paperwork, your child will typically start within 2 to 3 school days. You will receive a welcome call from the school confirming the start date.  


CONTACT:
LORI O'DOWD
ENROLLMENT COORDINATOR
PHONE: 763-502-5081 | FAX: 763-502-5082
lori.odowd@fridley.k12.mn.us
Office hours: Monday-Friday 7:30 a.m.- 4:00 p.m. 

Not on our census or have an address change? Please call 763-502-5081


Enrollment Center 
6085 7th Street NE
Fridley MN  55432
(located inside the Fridley Community Center)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 



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Fridley Middle School 7th and 8th grade students are proud to present Disney's Aladdin Jr, the spring musical! The show opens on Thursday, March 12 at 7 p.m. in the Fridley District Auditorium, 6000 West Moore Lake Drive, Fridley. Additional showtimes include Friday, March 13 at 7 p.m. and Saturday, March 14 at 2 p.m. Tickets are $8 for adults, $4 for youth through high school, $2 for Fridley Student with ID. We look forward to seeing you there!

  

  

Each February, Black History Month serves as an opportunity for all to recognize and celebrate the achievements of African Americans - Fridley Public Schools honors the legacy of African American pioneers through a multitude of events throughout the February. On February 25, 2020, Fridley Middle School (FMS) hosted a first-time, student-centered Black History Month showcase for 7th and 8th grade students in the Fridley district auditorium.

The event was organized in collaboration with FMS Get Ready college pathways program coordinator Nura Hussein and equity and inclusion specialist Aloda Sims. “Together, we wanted to create a space and opportunity for students to feel valued and celebrated through their culture and heritage,” said Hussein. “We wanted this to be a celebration and something big for students to be a part of.”

“It was an excellent opportunity to provide a student-centered learning experience,” said Sims. “As an International Baccalaureate World School, we strive to diversify our students learning experiences and focus on global contexts. We want our students to be equipped with a well-rounded and diverse knowledge base that can prepare them and build them up for the future.”

The Black History Month event showcased several performances, beginning with the 7th grade choir singing “Lift Every Voice and Sing.” Four Fridley High School students then performed an African cultural dance.

Students represent African American “Wax Figures” in history

The central feature of the showcase was an African American “Wax Figures” presentation, in which 11 students represented prominent historical figures, with the purpose of motivating and inspiring students to continue their legacies of greatness. African American leaders included Maya Angelou, W. E. B. Du Bois, Ta-nehisi Coats, musical genius Prince, and boxer and philanthropist Muhammed Ali. Students portrayed each historical figure, reciting their significant achievements and contributions to society.

Nia Keaton, a 7th grade student, was proud to represent Ruby Bridges, a lifelong activist for racial equity, and the first African American student to desegregate an elementary school in New Orleans, Louisiana in 1960. “She is inspiring and brave and it meant a lot to me to represent her,” said Keaton. “She is an icon and made a true difference. I felt proud to be part of this showcase because it’s our month, and we were celebrating it with the entire school.”

Eighth grader Nathan Gonzalez represented James Baldwin, a novelist and playwright who broke literary ground with the exploration of racial and social issues in many of his works. “I was definitely proud to represent him,” said Gonzalez. “He is a huge part of African American culture. It was awesome to have this whole assembly to celebrate the culture and history of African Americans, and to highlight the fight and strength that these prominent figures had.”

To 7th grade student Tabitha Johnson, representing the role of Mae C. Jemison was an honor. Jemison, who is an engineer, physician and former NASA astronaut, was the first African American woman to travel to space. “I was so happy to represent a woman who has achieved so much,” said Johnson. “She is an amazing role model and I hope to get the chance to meet her someday.”

In addition to participating in the “Wax Figures” presentation, Johnson knew that she wanted to write and present a speech. Johnson spoke on the pride of being educated, highlighting the strength and glory of those who came before her. 

In her speech, she stated, “Hear me when I say being black is a privilege; being a black student in America is an honor. Even though you may face injustice along the way, you can always overcome it. Just ask our ancestors.”

  

Students empowered by Omega Psi Phi Fraternity role models

To encourage higher education aspirations, Jareck Horton and Thomas Collins, two representatives from the Omega Psi Phi Fraternity Inc. led an empowering discussion. Omega Psi Phi is a historic African American fraternity. Sharing personal narratives, their educational journeys, and powerful advice, they engaged students as they spoke to them about overcoming obstacles, and knowing the value of higher education. Both Collins and Horton reinforced to their captive audience that even if there are obstacles and challenges in life, they can prevail through hard work, determination, and a sense of purpose.

“As a college and career readiness program, our aim is to create discussions about our students’ futures,” said Hussein, who administers the Get Ready program at FMS. “We wanted our students to hear and learn from and the lived experiences of our guests Collins and Horton, who really contributed to the impact of the showcase.”

  

  

 

A safe and civil environment is needed for students to learn and attain high academic standards. To report bulling click the link here.

BULLYING REPORTING FORM

Fridley Students, Staff and Families can purchase Computers and receive discounted pricing through FireFly Computers by using the following link: http://fireflyadvantage.com/fridley

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