On November 5, 2019, the Fridley Public Schools (ISD 14) will ask voters
to approve a one question referendum.
Referendum Question: Revoke the district's existing referendum revenue authorization of $187.43 per pupil and replace it with a new authorization of $497.43 per pupil. The proposed referendum would increase each year by the rate of inflation and be applicable for 10 years.
Click here to view the 2019 Operating Levy Referedum webpage
WELCOME TO FRIDLEY PUBLIC SCHOOL'S TRANSITION PROGRAM
The Fridley Transition Program is part of the Fridley School District. The program focus on assisting students 18-21 who have completed four years of high school as they progress from an educational setting toward living and working as independently as possible in their community. The program provides experiences that will enable young adults to live independently in the community.
Transition Program Specializes in:
- Vocational Training
- Educational Support
- Life Skills
- Advocacy Activities
- Daily Living Skills
- Post Secondary Opportunities
- Community Outreach
- Teaching Responsibility
- Focus on student needs
- Provide real life situations
- Encourage self awareness and independence
- Promote self awareness and independence
- Promote self advocacy and responsibility
- Build positive relationships between staff, students, families, employers and the community
- Explore opportunities for new experiences
- Collaborate with high schools to create a comfortable transition between programs
To qualify, a student...
- Must be 18-21 years old
- Must have completed 4 years of high school
- Must have an active Individual Education Plan (IEP)
(The Transition Team will decide if the student needs additional life-skills training that is necessary to live independently)