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Featured District News

  • New Quarantine Guidelines for Fully Vaccinated Individuals

    The Centers for Disease Control and North Dakota Department of Health have new COVID-19 quarantine guidelines for fully vaccinated individuals. Being fully vaccinated means it has been 14 days since your final COVID-19 vaccine dose. These individuals no longer need to quarantine if they are deemed a close contact to someone who has tested positive for COVID-19. Read this feature column from Coordinator of Safety and Emergency Management Mackenzie McCormick to learn more about the new quarantine guideline.

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  • Indian Education Growth

    The Indian Education Program at Fargo Public Schools is working to educate all students and staff members about its services to Native American youth. Currently, the program serves more than 500 Native American students who represent more than 30 tribes. In this feature column, Indian Education Coordinator Melody Staebner breaks down the history of the program and details its goals to make sure everyone in the District knows about its services.

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  • SchoolTalk e-Newsletter - April 15 Issue

    Get this week's news and events from across Fargo Public Schools in the current issue of SchoolTalk! This week's highlights include new quarantine guidelines for vaccinated individuals, a column about how schools and the community can support the Islamic community during Ramadan, and a feature article on a new student-run coffee service at Ben Franklin Middle School.

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  • Free Counseling Sessions Available to Students and Staff

    Fargo Public Schools is offering additional counseling opportunities to all students and staff members thanks to a grant through the North Dakota Department of Human Services. Services will be provided through Together Counseling.

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