• 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


  • AnnMarie Campbell

    Amy Norstedt
    Communications Specialist

    Betsy Beaton

    Communications & Community Relations

    Tyler Brown
    Graphic Web Designer

Featured District News

  • Technology Support

    Fargo Public Schools understands that distance learning and additional technology can sometimes be difficult to navigate. If students and parents need help, they can call the support line at 701.446.1450 or email helpdesk@fargo.k12.nd.us. Technology support is available Monday through Thursday from 7:15 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and Fridays from 7:15 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.

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  • Adaptive Music

    Just like nearly everything and everyone in the world of COVID-19, music classes are having to adapt to new restrictions. Playing instruments and singing can be difficult with all the new rules, but Fargo Public Schools (FPS) performers are getting the special tools they need. Read more about how FPS is making sure singers and players can still perform.

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  • Instructional Plan Level Update

    The Fargo Public Schools (FPS) COVID-19 Instructional Plan Committee met and decided elementary schools will be in Level 3 – Hybrid Instruction and middle and high schools will be in Level 2 – Distance Learning from October 5 through 19.

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  • Entrepreneurship Program

    Davies High School Sophomore Zoe Bundy is one of the first students to participate in a new program called Nice Idea. The program is put on by The Nice Center at North Dakota State University and is aimed at inspiring creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship in high schools across North Dakota. One of Bundy's ideas includes an environmentally friendly fishing product line. Students can participate in the Nice Idea program on their own, but teachers can also incorporate it into their curriculum.

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