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  • read&write Google Tutorials

    Fargo Public Schools is pleased to offer a new digital resource called read&write for all students in grades 3-12. read&write is a literacy support tool that helps with everyday tasks like reading text aloud, understanding unfamiliar words, researching assignments, and proofreading written work.

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  • Free and Reduced Lunch Grace Period Ending

    Households that qualified to receive free and reduced lunch benefits during the 2021-22 school year have continued to receive those benefits during the carryover grace period at the beginning of this school year. The grace period for households qualifying for free and reduced lunch benefits is ending October 8. Households that have not reapplied and qualified will lose benefits.

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  • Decisions on Moving Parts

    During their September and October meetings, the Fargo Board of Education will review and approve governing documents that provide an outline for the future of our District. The documents include, but are not limited to, the Strategic Plan, the Long Range Facilities Plan, and the Long Range Financial Plan.

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  • Attend to Win!

    Students who attend school are more likely to learn, graduate, and succeed. Students who miss two days the first month of school are already on track to be chronically absent. Regular attendance is the biggest predictor of whether a student will graduate on time or not.

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