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 email@example.com.
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Fargo Public Schools will provide free meals for children up to age 18 in June and July 2021, thanks to expanded United States Department of Agriculture funding. Breakfast and lunch meals for 7 days will be combined in a food box and distributed weekly. Click the title for more details on when and where meals can be picked up.
The United Way of Cass Clay School Supply Drive is now accepting donations. This annual event aims to give backpacks full of supplies for the school year. Community Donate money or items now through July 23. Supplies will be available in early August. More information about the School Supply Drive can be found on the United Way website.
Fargo Public Schools is hiring for a number of positions in the following categories: Administration, Activities, Business Services, Information Technology, Licensed Educators and Specialists, Maintenance and Operations, Substitute Paraeducators, Substitute Teaching Staff, and Support Staff.
As we wrap up the 2020-21 school year, many people are looking forward to enjoying rest and relaxation after the challenges that came with education during the COVID-19 pandemic. As we reflect on all the past year, it is also important to focus on the future and all the positives we can celebrate. In this Cabinet Column, Superintendent Dr. Rupak Gandhi shares how he plans to enjoy the summer and move on from the pandemic.