Distinguished Alumni Awards Banquet - October 26, 2018

Fridley Public Schools will honor six Distinguished Alumni selected for their accomplishments since high school graduation; their personal attributes, which align with the International Baccalaureate Program; and their contributions to their communities. Click here for more information or click here to purchase tickets to the event.

    • ThuOct18 Creative Play Center closed Fridley Community Center
    • ThuOct18 ECFE Classes closed Fridley Community Center
    • ThuOct18 NO SCHOOL - Education Convention (Tiger Club OPEN)
    • FriOct19 Creative Play Center closed Fridley Community Center
    • FriOct19 ECFE Classes closed Fridley Community Center

American Indian Education

Welcome to the Fridley Public Schools American Indian Education page. The American Indian Education program is directly funded through Indian Education grants. The program is meant to increase student educational success and cultural appreciation through activities and support. For more information, please contact:

Jayna Gunderson
Jayna.Gunderson@fridley.k12.mn.us

Eligibility for Title VII services are available to:

      • An enrolled member of a tribe, band or other organized group, including Alaskan and Hawaiian natives
      • A child of a parent or grandparent who is an enrolled member of a federally recognized tribe or group of Indians.
If your child/children has any Native American background, please fill out these two forms (listed below) to the best of your ability. This parent letter explains the next steps.


Our services include:
      • Academic advising (6-12)
      • Assistance in preparation for college or vocational training (6-12)
      • College visits
      • Cultural activities
      • Field trips
      • Parent Advisory Committee

Next Parent Advisory Committee meeting: To Be Determined

 


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