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Welcome to Hayes Elementary School

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.
 

School News

FHS students with Allina Paramedic.

Students enrolled in Fridley High School’s Emergency Medical Responder and Emergency Medical Technician courses learned first hand about EMS equipment and procedures from an Allina Paramedic on March 12. Students learned about the meticulous organization of equipment inside the ambulance that allows paramedics to easily access what they need to help patients with any emergency. A tour of the exterior of the ambulance was also given. 

A group of students pose in front of Iftar food.

Fridley High School’s Salam Club hosted its second annual Iftar Night in the school gym on Thursday, April 4. Iftar is the fast-breaking meal that Muslims eat after sunset during the holy month of Ramadan. Iftar Night offers FHS students and staff the opportunity to enjoy this important meal together.

Abby Gigley and Renee Van Gorp

Congratulations to Abbey Gigley! She is an incredible paraprofessional in the pre-K special education department!

Principal Renee Van Gorp says, “Abby is kind, friendly, and considerate. She listens to the needs of students and is actively involved in brainstorming strategies to help students be successful.”

Adnan Secic stands in the center between Jonathan Spitzer (L) and Matthew Engelhardt (R).

Congratulations to Adnan Secic! He is an absolute asset to Fridley Middle School’s custodial team!

Principal Amy Cochran says, “As an evening custodian he goes above and beyond to ensure that our building is in top shape for any evening events and activities.”

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After a thorough and competitive interview process, and pending school board approval, we have selected two candidates to serve as assistant principals at our elementary schools. Greg Beeck will join Hayes Elementary School and Abby Jensen will serve at Stevenson Elementary as assistant principals.

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Fridley High School students Vanessa Pobuda and Ethan Andler were just a couple of seniors enjoying a pep fest in the school gym when Fridley Activities Director Justin Reese grabbed the mic to make an announcement they were waiting to hear but didn’t expect in that moment. He revealed they were this year’s Triple ‘A’ recipients, prompting cheers from their friends and peers.

Gov. Walz and Lt. Gov Flanagan Service Breakfast to Fridley Middle School students.

On Friday, March 8, Fridley Middle School students made their way to the cafeteria thinking they were picking up a grab-and-go breakfast like it was any other morning. Instead, Governor Tim Walz, Lieutenant Governor Peggy Flanagan, Education Commissioner Willie Jett and USDA Food and Nutrition Service Administrator Cindy Long were there to serve scratch-made muffins, pancakes, fruit cups and apple slices.

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