Fridley High School Newsletter
Importance of a charged chromebook!
Click here for updates on Senior News, ACT testing, PBIS, and meet our new academic dean in the student support services office.
The Academic Deans will be available this night to register scholars for summer school. Scholars who need credit recovery will be informed upon check-in at the main desk when you pick up your scholar’s schedule.
Mid-Term Grades on Parent Portal
PSEO Participation Reminder!
Prom: A Night Under the Stars
FHS Music Department NYC Trip 2024
Spring into Wellness! A Fun and Free Family Event
Discounted At-Home Internet
The Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) provides eligible households a discount of up to $30 per month off their internet bills (or up to $75 per month for households living on Tribal lands), as well as a one-time discount of up to $100 off an eligible connected device like a laptop, desktop computer or tablet. In many cases, households can get high-speed internet without paying a dime by choosing a fully covered internet plan.
This announcement serves as a reminder that a household is eligible to participate in the ACP if a child in the household receives free or reduced-price school meals. Therefore, under the ACP rules, every household with a child attending a school participating in the Community Eligibility Provision (CEP) of the National School Lunch Program and School Breakfast Program is eligible for ACP benefits.
Households can learn more and apply for the ACP at GetInternet.gov.
While this reminder is specific to schools that are participating in CEP, additional information about eligibility for CEP discount benefits can be found in the School Outreach Toolkit PDF (English) and School Outreach Toolkit PDF (Spanish). The toolkit provides information about ways households can qualify for the ACP, including through an individual student’s participation in the National School Lunch Program or School Breakfast Program providing free or reduced-price meals; through a household member’s participation in a wide range of other federal assistance programs like Medicaid, the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, and many others; or based on the household’s income (up to 200% of the Federal Poverty Level).
Metro Transit: Transit Assistance Program (TAP)
The TAP is designed to make public transit more affordable for people with lower incomes. TAP provides a year-long reduced fare pass on a Go-To Card. Customers can use a bus or train for just $1 per ride – even during rush hour – with a 2½ hour transfer.
Students who receive free/reduced lunch (and other members of their families) are eligible for this program and can apply online or in-person at one of the Metro Transit Facilities. Students can use their Fridley IDs as proof of identify and can use a Free/Reduced Lunch Approval Letter as the proof of eligibility for the program. Go to https://www.metrotransit.org/tap-riders for more information or to apply. If you need help applying or need a new copy of the lunch approval letter, please contact Kelsey Knutson (Kelsey.firstname.lastname@example.org) or Tara Finnesgard (email@example.com).
FHS Language Acquisition
Mental Health Supports
Lee Carlson provides a variety of mental health services for adults, children, youth, and families.
Call 763.780-3036 to learn more or to schedule an intake appointment, or visit https://leecarlsoncenter.org/.
CLASS OF 2023 - SENIOR NEWS!
Senior Participation Fee
We have started collecting the senior participation fee for any senior wishing to participate in the commencement ceremony on Thursday, June 1st at 7pm. If you are a parent/guardian of a 12th grader and have not paid this fee, please submit your $40.00 graduation fee to Fatima Alnizami in the main office as soon as possible.
Please feel free to reach out to Fatima Alnizami at Fatima.Alnizami@fridley.k12.mn.us or 763-502-5602 with any graduation questions or concerns, or if you are unsure if you paid your scholar's senior participation fee.
SENIOR CLASS MEETING ON APRIL 24TH
We will be holding a senior meeting on April 24th during advisory (9-9:30am). All seniors (including PSEO) are expected to attend. This meeting will cover:
Senior All Night Party Information
Credit recovery/extended day deadlines to graduate
We will share the slides in google classroom after the meeting if you are unable to attend.
FRIDLEY COMMUNITY SCHOLARSHIPS APPLICATION NOW OPEN!
The application for Fridley Community scholarships is now open! The application is posted on the Class of 2023 Google Classroom page. All Fridley High School and Fridley ALC seniors are encouraged to apply.
Last year, over $130,000 was awarded to seniors. Scholarship recipients will be recognized at an evening ceremony on May 18th. The application will close at 4:00pm on April 14th. If you have any questions about the scholarship application or the process, please contact your student’s academic dean.
Check out this newsletter for more information about the upcoming Senior All-Night Party, including fundraising events, yard signs, and donating opportunities.
Senior Slideshow Photo Collection!
12th Grade Families: Need help completing your student's FAFSA?
Matt Kiefer, the Get Ready Program staff at Fridley High School, is here to help you! Matt Kiefer is available to meet before/after school or through a google meet. If you still need to complete your student's FAFSA, the following documents are required:
- 2021 Tax Forms (1040 tax forms)
- Social security numbers, birthdates, and personal emails of Parents/Guardians and 12th Grade student
- 2021 W-2 Forms for parents and student (if student completed taxes in 2021)
- Estimate of current amount in savings, checking, and cash.
- FSA ID created for student and for one parent/guardian
If you would like to schedule a meeting or have questions on the FAFSA, please contact Matt Kiefer at firstname.lastname@example.org or 763-502-5790.
NUTRITIONAL SERVICES NEWS
Thank you to all our students who are eating breakfast and lunch with us. We enjoy seeing everyone enjoying the variety of school made items daily. We continue to offer a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables at each school. Pease check your child's lunch balance on the Parent Campus Portal. Cash or check is accepted at your school's main office or credit card payments can be made through the Campus Parent Portal.
If you have not completed an Application for Educational Benefits, these can still be completed on the district website here. Applications can be completed at any time during the school year, if you are approved for benefits and have an outstanding negative balance, you are still responsible for what is owed prior to the application being approved.
For the 2022-23 school year all students eligible for transportation MUST request by this form: https://www.fridleyschools.org/-us/departments/transportation
If we do not receive a form, your student will not be assigned to a bus. This process is new this year due to the driver shortage. Please submit the form as soon as possible to ensure your student(s) has a bus stop assigned.
FRIDLEY PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Updated COVID-19 and Illness Safety Protocols for 2022-2023 School Year
CAMPUS PARENT PORTAL
Click to find out more information and for instructions on creating your account today!