• 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

Elementary Targeted Services/Learning Academy

Targeted Services is a program offered at Hayes and Stevenson Elementary that is designed to supplement the traditional school day. The role of Targeted Services is to identify students who may be at risk, either academically or socially and emotionally and to provide specific interventions that will meet the whole learner. The intent of Targeted Services is to also be purposeful, with the ultimate goal being to give students enrolled the assests, strengths, and protective factors they need to be successful in school.

Students at Hayes or Stevenson can be enrolled in after school Targeted Services if they qualify for an intervention as stated by the Minnesota Department of Education. The program focus is not solely remedial; other qualifications include:

  • social and emotional learning
  • providing differentiated instruction for students 
  • linking the content delivered to in school curriculum 
  • play-based learning 
  • project-based learning


Click here for more information about Targeted Services

Classes offered for Session Two - Stevenson Elementary School

Class: Game Station 1

Teacher: Gardner

Day: Monday and Tuesday

Grade: 3

Game Zone is a opportunity for your child to practice working cooperatively with other students to create and teach their own games. They will also practice writing skills, reading skills, problem solving skills, presentation skills, and good communication skills. All of these skills are life-long learning skills that your child will be able to incorporate into daily living. Please note this is only for grade 3.

The focus of this class will be physical education as well as developing life-long learning skills and teamwork.

 

Class: Game Station 2

Teacher: Gardner

Day: Wednesday and Thursday

Grade: 4

Game Zone is a opportunity for your child to practice working cooperatively with other students to create and teach their own games. They will also practice writing skills, reading skills, problem solving skills, presentation skills, and good communication skills. All of these skills are life-long learning skills that your child will be able to incorporate into daily living. Please note this is only for grade 4.

The focus of this class will be physical education as well as developing life-long learning skills and teamwork.

 

Class: Board Game
Fun (invite only)

Teacher: Matlashewski
and Russell

Day: Monday
and Tuesday

Grade:
1 & 2

In this exciting and interactive class, students will play traditional board games such as Candyland, Chutes & Ladders, Scrabble, and others. The benefits of playing board games together will focus on: learning concepts of rules, following rules, reasoning, detecting problems, planning, predicting outcomes, and social emotional skills as well as reinforcing basic reading and math skills. Students will enjoy learning how to play with others in a fun, safe, and engaging environment.

 

Class: Book Club
(invite only)

Teacher: Matlashewski
and Kalal

Day: Wednesday
and Thursday

Grade:
1 & 2

Students in grades 1 & 2 will meet in this class to discuss books and read together in an informal setting. Students will also read independently with a partner. The teachers will assist students as the work to improve their literacy skills. Students will enjoy the community building and experience opportunities to meet friends, what to read, and discussion. The class will come to life with discussion topics, arts and crafts, and other activities.

 

Class: Young Engineers 2.0

Teacher: Erichsrud

Day:Monday and Wednesday

Grade: 2 & 3

Calling all young engineers. Do you love to build and create? Do you like a challenge that requires you to think outside of the box? If you answered yes, then this is the class for you. We will challenge your math, science, and technology skills as we build and create with things like Erector sets and Magna-Tiles. Here we come MIT!
**Preference will be given to students who participated in Young Engineers 1.0

The focus of this class will be to foster a growth mindset related to critical thinking and problem solving skills as well as interventions in math, science, and technology.

 

Class: Young Engineers

Teacher: Matzen

Day:Monday and Wednesday

Grade: 2 & 3

Calling all young engineers. Do you love to build and create? Do you like a challenge that requires you to think outside of the box? If you answered yes, then this is the class for you. We will challenge your math, science, and technology skills as we build and create with things like Erector sets and Magna-Tiles. Here we come MIT!
**Preference will be given to students who participated in Young Engineers 1.0

The focus of this class will be to foster a growth mindset related to critical thinking and problem solving skills as well as interventions in math, science, and technology.

 

Please note: The Young Engineers class is offered by two different teachers. Please sign your child up for only ONE of the classes. Please contact Ms. Matzen or Ms. Erichsrud if you have questions.


Session Two

  • Registration is open January 7 - January 22, 9:00 am deadline
  • Classes will run January 28 - May 2
  • Please note that this schedule differs from the Parks and Rec after school programs
  • Transportation information will be emailed by January 25
  • Class confirmations will be sent home by January 25

 Classes Offered from January 28 - May 2

  • Please note the day the class is being offered.
  • You may consult your child’s classroom teacher if you have questions regarding the classes and if the class would benefit your child.
  • Class descriptions are provided.
  • Students may be enrolled in more than one class as long as the classes do NOT overlap on days.
  • Students with teacher referrals will receive priority.

Online registration for Learning Academy will be open until January 22, 2019.
Click here to register.





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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