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  • Calendar Committee Survey

    ​The Fargo Public Schools Calendar Committee will soon begin the process of creating the 2020-21 school year calendar. To provide feedback, click the article.

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  • Calendar Committee Meetings

    The Calendar Committee will begin meeting in March with the goal to develop a draft of the 2020-21 school calendar. Curious to know the calendar creation process? Learn more here.

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  • SCHOOLTALK e-Newsletter - February 14 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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  • Winter Weather Closure Updates

    Fargo Public Schools (FPS) makes every effort to keep schools open each day. However, with the recent severe winter weather, safety of our students is first priority.

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  • Pizza and BINGO Night at Ed Clapp

    Food, friends, and games – what more could one want in an evening? Staff at Ed Clapp Elementary School hosted a BINGO and pizza night for students and their families, while also learning strategies from social emotional learning curriculum.

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  • Educational Path Planning

    Planning for a student's educational path can be exciting, yet stressful. Did you know there are resources available to help guide students on the path towards making the best decision for them?

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  • Review of Federal Programs

    Fargo Public Schools' Federal Programs were reviewed by the North Dakota Department of Public Instruction (DPI) in early January. This process is completed every five years. Learn what the DPI found in their review.

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  • FPS Hires Human Resources Director

    Fargo Public Schools announces the hiring of an administrative position.

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  • Legislative Funding

    Fargo Public Schools is appreciative of the support that is received through legislative funding, ensuring a strong educational foundation for our youth.

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  • Summer Theater

    Summer is on its way, and what better way to celebrate than by theater involvement.

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  • Mental Health Awareness

    Fargo Public Schools understands the importance of mental health awareness. Fargo has added additional supports for students surrounding student mental health.

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  • Annual Report Available Online

    The Fargo Public Schools' 2017-18 Annual Report is now available online.

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  • Special Education Procedural Handbook

    Fargo Public Schools has updated its Special Education Procedural Handbook.

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  • Cans for Cash

    During the month of November, the City of Fargo will partner with MinnKota Recycling to promote the 'Cans for Cash' Recycling Challenge.

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  • Building Compassionate Schools - October 25 Cabinet Column

    Fargo Public Schools participates in Building Compassionate Schools training. Find out which schools are taking part.

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  • Positive Impact of CTE on Students

    Career and Technical Education has a positive impact on student's success and helps prepare them for the workforce.

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  • FPS Receives Literacy Grant

    Fargo Public Schools was approved for the Striving Readers Comprehensive grant through the U.S. Department of Education.

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  • Get to Know...Board Profile

    Learn more about the elected members of the Fargo School Board! Click the link to get to know Jennifer Benson.

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  • Get to Know...Board Profile

    Learn more about the elected members of the Fargo School Board! Click the link to get to know Brandi Aune.

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  • FPS Facilitates Three Task Forces

    Fargo Public Schools will be facilitating three task forces during this school year. Learn more about them in the Cabinet Column.

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  • Back-to-School Event for Staff

    More than 1,800 Fargo Public School District personnel gathered at the Scheels Arena on August 21 for the annual All Staff Back-to-School Event.

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  • Meal Account Information

    The Fargo Public Schools Nutrition Services Department provides breakfast and lunch to all students in the Fargo School District.

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  • Staff Recognition Awards Nominees

    Fargo Public Schools deeply values its more than 1,800 staff members who ensure our students receive a high quality education. To honor our employees, the District annually holds a Staff Recognition Program.

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  • Setting D Program

    The mission of the Fargo Public Schools is to educate and empower all students to succeed. Learn more about the Setting D program here.

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  • Word Cloud Winner

    Washington Elementary fourth grader Drew Burris participated in the North Dakota Reading Association's Young Writers Project and won at the state level with his Wonder word cloud.

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  • Celebrating Our 2017-18 Retirements

    Spring is around the corner, which means some Fargo Public Schools' staff are retiring. Take a moment to see the list of those retiring at the end of 2017-18 school year.

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  • SCHOOL CANCELLATION MAKE UP DAY CHANGE

    FPS will not hold classes on Thursday, April 26.

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  • ND State Assessment vs ACT Assessment

    Substituting ACT testing for high school State Assessments to track proficiency in math and English has been approved.

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  • Author Makes Elementary School Visits

    Elementary School Visits Bestselling children's author Ame Dyckman visited students at Washington, Ed Clapp, and Lincoln Elementary Schools on Wednesday, February 21 and Thursday, February 22. She read with students, and talked about the wonders of reading and writing.

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  • Celebrate Music Education in March: Using Full Brain Power

    Did you know March is Music in Our Schools Month across the nation? Learn how music is shaping our minds.

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  • Developing a Strategic Budget

    Developing the District's budget is a continuous cycle. Learn about what impacts budget decisions.

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  • Practice Safe Texting

    Educating students about safe texting is a focus for SROs. Read this article to ensure students are practicing safe texting.

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  • 2019-20 Calendar Committee

    The Calendar Committee has met three times this year to develop a draft of the 2019-20 school calendar. But what happens during the creation process?

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  • North Dakota Teacher of the Year

    North Dakota Department of Public Instruction Superintendent Kirsten Baesler and Governor Doug Burgum on Thursday named Leah Juelke, an English Language (EL) instructor at Fargo South High School, as the 2018 North Dakota Teacher of the Year. Juelke is a 2001 graduate of South High has taught at South since 2013. Click headline for the full announcement.

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