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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  • Summer Projects

    During the spring and summer, the Fargo Public Schools Maintenance and Operations teams were able to complete more than 800 projects throughout many buildings. To learn about the projects and see some pictures of their hard work, read this feature column by Director of Maintenance and Operations Blake Mikesell.

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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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  • FPS eSports Team Looking for Athletes

    The Fargo Public Schools eSports Team is looking for athletes. Click here to read about what the team does, why the league is beneficial to students, and how to sign up.

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  • State Superintendent Visits Ed Clapp Cafeteria

    North Dakota Superintendent of Public Instruction Kirsten Baesler attended lunchtime at Ed Clapp Elementary on Monday, September 14. Read more about her visit and how Fargo Public Schools staff are keeping kids safe while they eat.

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  • Navigating the New eBook App

    Fargo Public Schools students and staff now have access to more than 2,700 eBooks and 1,400 digital audiobooks on the new Sora app. To learn more about the collection and how to use it, read this feature column by Instructional Resources & Library Coordinator Amy Soma.

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  • Cabinet Column - COVID-19 Action Tree and Protocols

    Fargo Public Schools has created protocols to keep students and staff safe and healthy as we navigate the COVID-19 pandemic. In this column by Associate Superintendent Missy Eidsness, you will review the FPS COVID-19 Action Tree and learn the steps FPS has taken to stop the spread of the coronavirus.

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  • Invite for Input

    The FPS Board of Education’s Communications, Engagement, and Advocacy Committee is inviting input regarding the name of Woodrow Wilson High School. Public comment is being accepted now through Thursday, October 1, 2020 at 12:00 p.m.

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  • Email Issue for Hotmail Users

    Fargo Public Schools has received reports from some families using Hotmail accounts that they may not be receiving school and district notification emails. If you experiencing issues, please follow this link for directions to resolve the problem.

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  • To Stand or Not to Stand for the Pledge of Allegiance

    The debate over whether to stand for the National Anthem and Pledge of Allegiance has been a hot issue in our society the past couple of years. In this column, Director of Equity and Inclusion, Tamara Uselman, breaks down what federal law and school policy have to say about the issue.

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  • Critical Needs Program

    Students and school personnel are going back to school this year during uncharted times due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In this column by the Director of the Fargo Public Schools Foundation and Alumni Network, Becky Bakke, you can learn about some unique ways the Critical Needs Program has helped students, as well as how you can donate.

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  • Event Attendance Guidelines

    Fargo Public Schools has made the decision to allow only essential staff and limited attendance at all athletic events through the fall season. FPS Director of Student Activities Todd Olson breaks down event attendance guidelines.

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  • Order Grab and Go Meals

    Fargo Public Schools is offering Grab and Go Meals for kids on their distance learning days and those in the Virtual Academy. These meals must be ordered in advance and are currently free.

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  • #FPSLearns - School Re-entry

    #FPSLearns is a video series by FPS Superintendent Dr. Rupak Gandhi on topics regarding Fargo Public Schools. In this video, Dr. Gandhi discusses school re-entry and factors taken into consideration by the FPS COVID-19 Instructional Plan Committee.

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  • Fargo Public Schools Instructional Plan Level

    On August 10, the Fargo Public Schools COVID-19 Instructional Plan Committee met and decided the FPS Instructional Level for the start of the 2020-2021 school year as Level 3 – Hybrid Instruction.

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  • FPS Smart Restart Plan

    Fargo Public Schools has released the approved FPS Smart Restart Plan for re-entry to the 2020–2021 school year. The school year calendar has been modified; the school year will now begin on Wednesday, September 2.

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