Distance Learning

Fargo Public Schools to offer take-home meals during distance learning

Meals will be available for pickup on Tuesdays and Fridays.

FARGO, N.D.–Fargo middle and high school students will be able to receive take-home meals while learning from home. Fargo Public Schools made the decision to switch to distance learning on October 5 due to several health and safety factors. Students learning from home will not be required to fill out a meal order form and can pick up two to…

Parents And Students Protest Decision To Move To Distance Learning

Organizers stood outside the Fargo Public School Office opposed to the district's decision to move to distance learning

FARGO, ND – Signs of disappointment, frustration, and desperation. That was the attitude outside the Fargo Public Schools office. “I’m trying to get us to go back to school, whether it be in person or hybrid,” said Fargo North senior Ellie Liedburg. “As long as we get the chance for a small amount of time during the week to get…

Fargo middle and high schools to transition to distance learning in October

The FPS Instructional Plan Committee will meet again on October 5.

FARGO, N.D. — Middle and high school students at Fargo Public Schools will be switching to distance learning. The move will happen on October 5th and go through October 19th. Elementary schools will continue with hybrid learning. The district’s COVID-19 Instructional Plan Committee meets every two weeks and will meet again on October 5th. That’s when they will decide how…

Moorhead Area Public Schools Transitions High School Students To Distance Learning

The move is in response to the increase of COVID-19 cases among that age group

MOORHEAD, Minn- Moorhead High School will transition to distance learning on September 28. Pre-K through 8th grade will continue with the hybrid model. High School students will have an offsite learning day on September 23 to prepare for how distance learning will work. They will learn from home for two weeks. The students are tentatively scheduled to be back in…

Moorhead High School to transition to distance learning September 28

MAPS says its goal is to return MHS to a modified hybrid schedule as soon as possible.

MOORHEAD, Minn.–Moorhead High School will transition to distance learning on September 28. The Moorhead Area Public Schools’ Incident Command Team made the decision based on increased COVID-19 rates in the community. Parents received a letter from Superintendent Brandon Lunak explaining the transition. High School students will have an offsite learning day on September 23 to prepare for how distance learning…

North Dakota K-12 schools to receive funding for distance learning needs

BISMARCK, N.D.–North Dakota lawmakers approved more than $31 million in funding for K-12 schools on Thursday. The funding will support staffing needs, distance learning instruction in reading, English and math and provide broadband connections for families who do not currently have it. The state plans to divide the funding into three portions. $30 million will go towards an “Education Corps”…

D-G-F Moving Middle & High Schools To Full Distance Learning

GLYNDON, Minn. — Dilworth-Glyndon-Felton is moving to full distance learning for its middle and high schools starting Monday. In a letter posted on the district’s website, the superintendent says there has been an increase in students and staff reporting that they have been exposed or tested positive for the coronavirus. The full distance learning for the middle and high schools…

Moorhead Public Schools Will Start Fall Semester With Hybrid Learning

The district is planning to transition to the designated school rubric learning model on September 21.

MOORHEAD, Minn.- Moorhead Public Schools will start the new year with hybrid learning. “To acclimate staff and students to the new learning environments and to help students develop the necessary skills and prevention practices to ensure safety,” says Brandon Lunak, the Superintendent at Moorhead Public Schools. The district will be moving between hybrid and distance learning based on the COVID-19…

Fargo Public School Board approves “Smart Restart” draft plan

The school year will now begin September 2nd instead of August 27th

FARGO, N.D. — After hours of deliberation, the Fargo Public School Board approved a Smart Restart plan for the upcoming school year. It also approved moving the school year’s start date from August 27th to September 2nd. If there’s one certainty about the drafted plan, it’s that almost nothing about it is certain. “Everything in this document can change,” said…