Fridley Middle School is an International Baccalaureate World School that offers the Middle Years Programme (MYP) to students in grades 5-8. There are many outstanding reasons to attend Fridley Middle School - we have committed and compassionate teachers, a diverse student learning environment that prepares students for a global workplace, and a strong focus on challenging all students to new learning.
In addition, our grade-level team structures are strategically designed to build community. Students also benefit from multiple opportunities to get involved, including a multitude of activities and athletics and community service activities.
Fridley Public Schools is in the process of updating our strategic plan. It is important for us to engage families in discussion as we envision what our schools will look like in the future. We will be holding focus group sessions.
Congratulations to Fridley Public Schools' 25 Years of Service employees! This year, five individuals reached the milestone of serving the district for 25 years: Karin Beckstrand, Jeanette Grant, Peggy Haselman, Steve Holt and Cindy Morrissey. Click below to read more about each individual and their service and contributions to Fridley Public Schools.
The Fridley Schools Foundation held its sixth annual “Get Your Paws Moving” walk fundraiser on Wednesday, September 28 at the Fridley High School Stadium. The event raised more than $2,000 to benefit students and staff members at Fridley Public Schools through educator innovation grants, student scholarships, and other school and district initiatives.
For the ninth year, the Fridley Lions Club donated gift cards to every Fridley Public Schools elementary classroom teacher on September 1. The gift cards help with the purchase of supplies for each classroom, such as crayons, tissues and arts and crafts materials.
Fridley Public Schools is pleased to welcome Craig Wieber as its new director of finance and operations.
Click the link to view the FMS September Newsletter!
The first week of school for Fridley students was different this year, with a focus on building relationships and addressing the social and emotional needs of students. By introducing smaller groups of students to their new schools and teachers, Fridley staff were able to welcome families with a personal touch, building on a practice that began during the COVID-19 pandemic.