EAGLES ELEMENTARY

Eagles Elementary Students give muffins, notes for good cause

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) -Sweet things from students at Eagles Elementary school as they raise awareness about bullying. Fifth graders wrote kind messages and baked muffins for Touchmark residents during their meeting on Monday and personally hand-delivered the goods to pleasant surprise from residents for the No Place for Hate program sponsored by the Anti-Defamation League. They’re happy to be involved…

Eagles Elementary fifth graders celebrated with graduation “clap out”

FARGO, N.D. — As the school year comes to an end, fifth graders at Eagles Elementary in Fargo are being celebrated in a unique way. To abide by physical distancing guidelines, students and their parents lined up to drive through a “clap out” ceremony. The celebration is to recognize the fifth graders finishing elementary school and moving on to middle…

Eagles Elementary’s Milligan named Fargo Public School’s Teacher of the Year

Milligan is a Student Performance Strategist at Eagles Elementary School

FARGO, N.D. — Kimmy Milligan was at home with her family practicing social distancing when she heard her name being called outside by the Cass County Sheriffs Office. Thankfully she wasn’t under arrest, but she was in for a big surprise. “It is my distinct pleasure, although this is not an ideal situation, to announce you as the Fargo Public…

Fargo Public Schools Announces Teacher of the Year

FARGO, N.D.–Fargo Public Schools Teacher of the Year has been awarded to Eagles Elementary Student Performance Strategist Kimmy Milligan. Superintendent Dr. Rupak Gandhi surprised Milligan with the announcement at her home. Gandhi kept a safe distance, riding in a yellow school bus to tell Milligan the news. The Eagles Elementary School staff also surprised Milligan with a Zoom meeting. Milligan…

Eagles Elementary Celebrates 101 Days Of School

Festivities include dressing up like Dalmatians from the hit Disney movie, and math and writing games throughout the day.

FARGO, N.D. – First graders at Eagles Elementary School are celebrating their 101st Day of School. Festivities include dressing up like Dalmatians from the hit Disney movie, and math and writing games throughout the day. They also got to chow down on ‘Puppy Food’, which is just actually Cocoa Puffs. The students are also building 101 things. “We are celebrating…

Third Graders from Eagles Elementary Get a Surprise Visit From The Grinch.

They were at an event that is part of an Adopt-a-school program.

FARGO, N.D- Kids visited Touchmark Senior Living to hear stories, sing songs and do activities. This is the second year they’re reading “How the Grinch stole Christmas.” The Grinch made a special appearance at the end of the reading. “Learning from other generations is incredibly important. And just bringing that connection together is incredibly important. It brings smiles and joy to…

Students Use Their Own Wheels Despite Postponed Bike to School Day

Bike to School Day at Eagles Elementary is rescheduled for Thursday

FARGO, N.D.– Eagles Elementary postponed National Bike to School Day for its students Tuesday due to morning rain and slick roads. Despite being rescheduled, some students decided to use their own wheels to get to school. The physical education teacher says the number of bikes on the rack this morning is normal for the school. The school uses this day…

LIVE: Eagles Elementary Sees Normal Amount of Bikers on Postponed Bike to School Day

National Bike to School Day for Eagles Elementary is rescheduled for Thursday due to rain

FARGO, N.D.– KVRR’s Maggie LaMere speaks with Tyler Hetland, Eagles Elementary physical education teacher, about importance of safety on National Bike to School Day. Bike to School Day for Eagles Elementary is rescheduled for Thursday due to rain. Categories: Morning – In The Community Tags: EAGLES ELEMENTARY, National Bike to School Day, Safety

Retired ND Teacher Forms Bond With Eagles Elementary Students Through Stories

Clark Tufte was a teacher for more than 50 years

FARGO, N.D. — While most people retire after a long career, one North Dakota teacher just can’t seem to call it quits. KVRR’s Danielle Church tells us how he’s now using his talent to spread a little holiday cheer. With a red and white hat, he’s not exactly Santa Claus. But to these fourth graders, Clark Tufte, gives them the best…

Fargo South Students Celebrate a Different Kind of “Senior P.R.A.N.K. Day”

The students went to various elementary schools in Fargo to teach kids different activities

FARGO, N.D. — Seniors at Fargo South High School spent one of their last days of school helping out kids at various elementary schools. Groups of seniors went to six elementary schools in Fargo to play games with students as part of Senior P.R.A.N.K. Day But in this case, PRANK stands for People Really Appreciate Nice Kids. Fargo South students embraced…