Click to read the September Edition of Hayes Highlights, the Hayes Elementary Newsletter!
At Hayes Elementary School, we are known for our high expectations for all; our safe, caring and nurturing environment; and our programs of academic excellence. Together, we continue to provide Fridley students with the best education possible!
We are proud to be a Minnesota School of Excellence and an authorized International Baccalaureate World School. We believe every student can learn. We believe in a positive and productive environment where all learning is valued. Students are given opportunities to grow in a creative, sensitive, and mutually respectful atmosphere, which fosters the importance of each individual.
We invite you to become part of this exciting journey. If you have any further questions about Hayes or would like to set up a tour, please feel free to contact our school office at anytime.
Congratulations to Fridley Public Schools' 25 Years of Service employees! This year, the district celebrated Chandra Hanke, Sue Hanson, Sheila Johnson, Angela McShane and Dan Terebayza, five veteran teachers and staff, who reached the milestone of serving the district for 25 years.
To support successful transition into high school, Fridley High School and the Get Ready College and Career-Readiness program hosted a new ‘Welcome Week’ from August 23-27, 2021 for incoming freshmen.
To support the academic and social emotional growth of our young learners, Fridley Public Schools is proposing a K-5 grade-span change. Click to learn more about the 2021 Levy Referendum.
Fridley Public Schools is proud to recognize our 2020-2021 Teachers of Excellence! Five teachers, who represent each of the district's schools, were recognized at the annual staff Opening Workshop.
Congratulations to Linda Snyder, Fridley Public Schools' 2020-21 Employee of the Year! Snyder is the District Nurse and served as the COVID Coordinator during the 2020-21 school year.
Fridley Public Schools is Returning Through Relationships. Across the district, schools dedicated their first days to welcoming back students and families through 1:1 orientations and relationship building activities.
To maximize social distancing, the 8th annual District Back-to-School Resource Fair was held in a drive-thru format on Saturday, August 21, 2021.
With no upfront cost to the school district, Fridley Public Schools has begun the installation of solar energy panels at each of its schools and buildings.