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News and Events

Reading and Math Corps Tutors Needed! Now recruiting Fair Oaks Reading and Math Corps Tutors for the 2017-18 School Year.  Watch this short video for more information More detail
Girls on the Run 5K Girls on the Run 5K Girls On The Run is a national organization that has been in the Twin Cities for five years. This is the first time we have had a team at Fair Oaks. The program is for girls in grades 3-5 and over ten weeks creatively integrates running into a fun,... More detail
Flint Hills Children's Festival Flint Hills Children's Festival Thanks to a generous grant from the District 279 Foundation, all students at Fair Oaks will have the opportunity to participate in the Flint Hills Children’s Festival at the Ordway Center for Performing Arts during the second to the last week of... More detail
Author in Residence Program Author in Residence Program 48 students from 5th, 4th, and 3rd grades had the opportunity to spend 3 hours with Author in Residence, Pete Hautman, thanks to a grant from the MN Dept. of Education.  These 48 students learned ways to make beginnings and endings memorable, write... More detail

action for healthy kids web

Fair Oaks Elementary is one of 2 district elementary schools to and 14 Minnesota schools to receive a $1,000 “Game On” grant from Action for Healthy Kids® (AFHK) for the 2016-2017 school year. Provided through funding from Saputo Inc., Game On grants seek to expand student access to physical activity and healthy eating, as well as engage parents in activities that reinforce healthy habits at home.

Anne Strootman, resource manager at Fair Oaks Elementary, said she applied for her school’s Game On grant last spring with input from Behavior Intervention Teacher Brian Thul and Kitchen Manager Kari Aydt. She said Fair Oaks will use the grant money to implement structured “brain break” activities.

“Studies have shown that brief classroom physical activity breaks are associated with improved cognitive performance, classroom behavior and educational outcomes among students,” Strootman added. “We will be using our grant monies…to subscribe to a web-based service that has kid-friendly structured brain break activities. In addition, we will be purchasing classroom fitness dice and yoga pose posters.”

Due to its focus on establishing healthy habits in school and at home, Strootman said receiving the Game On grant will have positive impacts on students – and their families – this year.

“We feel these classroom brain-energizer activities will increase our students’ ability to focus and stay engaged throughout the day,” Strootman said.

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School Info

Fair Oaks Elementary
5600 65th Ave N
Brooklyn Park MN 55429

School Hours
9:30 am - 4:00 pm
Office Hours
8:00 am - 4:30 pm

Phone & Fax

School Office

General Fax 

School Leadership

Phillip Sadler