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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.
Fargo Public Schools (FPS) is pleased to announce it has earned a renewed accreditation distinction from Cognia, an external review organization. Cognia reviewed FPS policies, procedures, plans, and documents. A full report with all Cognia findings will be provided in the coming weeks and will be made public. Fargo Public Schools will maintain its accreditation for the next five years. Fargo Public Schools congratulates all of its employees for their hard work and dedication for earning this honor and fulfilling our mission of educating and empowering all students to succeed!
The Fargo Public Schools Board of Education recently approved changes to Board Policy EL-14, which guides decisions for the creation of the District calendar. The changes give clarification and direction for the Calendar Committee following recent legislative changes that give school districts more flexibility in calculating instructional time. Read this feature column by Board of Education Member Brian Nelson to learn more about how the changes will guide subsequent school calendars.
Fargo Public Schools libraries and the Instructional Resources Department have drastically changed over the past year. The pandemic fast-tracked the District to increase its ebooks offerings. Additionally, teachers and students have received more tools to aid their learning. Read this feature column from Instructional Resources & Library Coordinator Amy Soma about all the changes, as we celebrate National Library Week from April 4-10.