• ThuOct17 ECFE classes closed
    • ThuOct17 No Creative Play Center
    • ThuOct17 NO SCHOOL
    • ThuOct17 Tiger Club open
    • FriOct18 ECFE classes closed

Tiger Time 2019 Summer Program

Looking for a summer program that will keep your kids entertained, challenged and moving all summer long? A program in your neighborhood where they’ll be greeted by old friends and definitely make some new ones? Look no further! Tiger Time Summer Program is for Children entering grades K-6. Come join our 2019 Renaissance Summer and check out all we have to offer!

Program Information:

Days Open: Monday through Friday
Dates: June 11th – August 23rd
Time: 6 AM - 6 PM
Location:
Fridley Community Center, 6085 7th Street NE

Children will enjoy:

  • Daily Gym and Playground time
  • Daily Creative and Dramatic Play Time
  • Daily guided group time
  • Daily Meals: Breakfast, Lunch and Snack
  • Daily Club offerings created by our Tiger Club Staff
  • Weekly Open Swim
  • Weekly Art, Literacy, Math and Science activities
  • Weekly Trips and/or themed activities
  • Escorting to and from Summer School and other Community Ed activities
  • Plus many other adventures and enrichment opportunities!


2019 Fieldtrips will include:

  • Cascade Bay
  • Wet-N-Wild
  • Nickel Jamboree
  • Valleyfair
  • Circus Juventas
  • Bunker Beach
  • And Many More!
K-6 Summer Registration Information:

Registration Fee: $25.00 (Non-Refundable)
Daily Rate: $46.00 (Drop In / Late Register daily rate: $52.00)

Daily Rate Includes: All Activities, Trips & Meals (Breakfast, Lunch & Snack)

Flexible Scheduling - Build Your Own Calendar!
*Notes: Schedules must be set two weeks in advance; New Registration required every summer regardless of school year attendance.

Register Online: https://fridley.feepay.com

(Instructions Available under Parent Forms page)

Information or Questions?

Contact: 

Lindsey Crawford (SAC Program Manager): 763-502-5137 

Sally Leone (Assistant Coordinator): 763-502-5135


School districts rely on state and local funding to support and maintain their schools. On November 5, 2019, Fridley Public Schools will ask its community to approve an operational referendum. Funds from operational levies are used to support academic programs for students, staffing and student support services such as social emotional learning and mental health services.

On Wednesday, October 23, all Fridley Public Schools students and staff are encouraged to wear orange in support of Unity Day and bullying prevention.

Fridley High School celebrated its homecoming week from October 7-11, 2019 which featured spirit dress-up days, a pep fest and coronation, and a Fridley Tigers football win!

Fridley Public Schools is hosting a second Operating Levy Referendum Informational Meeting on October 23, 2019. Parents and community members are invited to attend this free event to learn more about the operating levy.

Nineteen Fridley High School students became the newest members of the Minnesota Honor Society when they were officially inducted on September 30, 2019.

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