Featured District News

  • June Meal Distribution

    Beginning Friday, May 29, Fargo Public Schools will provide free grab and go meals to all children on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays until Monday, June 29 as part of a summer meal schedule. Note: meal distribution locations and times have changed.

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  • Davies Senior Retreat

    The Davies High School senior class recently gathered for a retreat to practice kindness, respect, courage and compassion. The students engaged in a variety of activities, which helped to create a more positive and supportive school community.

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  • Cabinet Column - Education Pathway

    The Fargo Public Schools and the Cass County Career and Technical Education Center are excited to announce new high school courses that will expose students the field of education, called "Education Pathway."

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  • South Spiritacular

    On Wednesday, October 30, South High School students, faculty, and staff celebrated their bi-annual Spiritacular. They spent the morning celebrating other's accomplishments, sharing school spirit, and learning how to build a legacy for others.

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  • Cabinet Column - OCR Compliance Review

    The Office of Civil Rights is currently conducting a compliance review with Fargo Public Schools. The compliance review is part of a national initiative from the US Department of Education.

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  • Safety Column - Stop the Bleed Program

    Fargo Public Schools recently received a grant to help establish the Stop the Bleed Program throughout the District. The $86,000 grant was awarded from the State Homeland Security Program and will help fund Fargo Public Schools' Stop the Bleed training, supplies, and implementation.

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  • New Administrator Profile

    New administrators joined Fargo Public Schools this school year. Meet Rebecca Campbell, Special Education Area Service Coordinator.

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  • 2020-21 School Calendar Approval

    The 2020-21 school calendar was developed by the District's Calendar Committee, and recently presented to the School Board for approval.

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  • Poverty Simulation at North High

    Approximately 14.6% of people in Fargo are living below the poverty line, and juniors at North High School had the chance to experience that lifestyle. Want to learn what they did?

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  • Local Author Visits Middle Schools

    Seventh graders at Ben Franklin and Discovery Middle Schools heard from local author Peter Fane.

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  • CTE Leadership Development

    For Career and Technical Education (CTE), leadership development is a core value in fulfilling its vision to prepare students for college and rewarding careers.

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  • "Gritty Characters" at Lewis & Clark Living Wax Museum

    Students enrolled in the Gifted Services Reading program at Lewis & Clark Elementary School staged a Living Wax Museum depicting "Gritty Characters." Curious to see the various characters? Click here to learn more.

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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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