Welcome

  • The Communications Department facilitates communications between Fargo Public Schools internal and external stakeholders, including students, families, staff, the business community, and taxpayers. It is the goal of Fargo Public School District to provide information in a timely and transparent manner, through a variety of easily accessible media channels.

    Primary communication occurs through the District’s website; SchoolTalk, an external e-newsletter; social media accounts on Facebook and Twitter. Icons directly linking you to all these communication channels are located at the bottom of this webpage.

    Story ideas or news information regarding students, teachers, activities, etc. can be submitted to the Communications Department using the contact information on the right or by emailing comments@fargo.k12.nd.us

Contact

  • AnnMarie Campbell
    Director
    701-446-1005
    Email

    Betsy Beaton
    Communications & Community Relations
    701-446-1043
    Email

    Madalyn Pezalla
    Marketing & Communications
    701-446-1011
    Email

Featured District News

  • South Spiritacular

    On Wednesday, October 30, South High School students, faculty, and staff celebrated their bi-annual Spiritacular. They spent the morning celebrating other's accomplishments, sharing school spirit, and learning how to build a legacy for others.

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  • SCHOOLTALK e-Newsletter - November 7 Issue

    Get this week's news and events from across the Fargo Public School District in the current issue of SCHOOLTALK. This week's highlights include newsmakers, photos, and more.

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  • Cabinet Column - OCR Compliance Review

    The Office of Civil Rights is currently conducting a compliance review with Fargo Public Schools. The compliance review is part of a national initiative from the US Department of Education.

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  • Safety Column - Stop the Bleed Program

    Fargo Public Schools recently received a grant to help establish the Stop the Bleed Program throughout the District. The $86,000 grant was awarded from the State Homeland Security Program and will help fund Fargo Public Schools' Stop the Bleed training, supplies, and implementation.

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