FARGO NORTH HIGH SCHOOL

Fargo North High School partners with Habitat for Humanity for first nail celebration

That partnership will help build a home for the Kester family.

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — A local family’s wishes are coming true as high school students and Lake Agassiz Habitat for Humanity begin construction on their new home. With the help of Fargo North High school students, the Kester family is one step closer to becoming homeowners. “We’ve never done this with high school’s before, some other habitat affiliates have, but for…

Fargo’s Northside Pool named in honor of Roger G. Gress

Gress has worked with the park district for 36 years before retiring in 2016.

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — Fargo Park District unveils a new name for one of its locations. “We are renaming the Northside Recreational Pool after our past Executive Director Roger Gress,” Fargo Park District Executive Director Dave Leker said. Gress has worked with the park district for 36 years before retiring in 2016. “It’s like I got bit by the park…

Fargodome Hosts Fargo High School Graduation Ceremonies

Ceremonies were held for Fargo South, North, and Davies.

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — Fargodome hosting Fargo Public School high school graduations. “South got us ready for the real world. No matter what challenge is thrown to us, South High alumni will always find a way to make it through,” Fargo South High School Graduate, Sibomana Enock said. Family members, friends, teachers, and loved ones coming out for the graduates….

Fargo North students launch mental health group

North High School seniors coming together to address an important issue

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — Some high school students are taking small steps that will lead to new levels of acceptance and mental wellness for teens like them. “It’s 2021; it’s time we start normalization talking about mental health,” a senior said. A group of North High School students are speaking up about mental health and letting other teens know they don’t…

Fargo North-South Girls’ Hockey Program debuts new mascot name and logo

The Spruins season begins November 9.

FARGO, N.D.–The Fargo North-South Girls’ Hockey team will officially be known as the Spruins. Team members collaborated to choose a new nickname for the mascot and a new logo that represented each school. Currently, Fargo North is the Spartans and Fargo South are the Bruins. The new logo shows a Bruins bear wearing a Spartan helmet and uses each school’s…

Fargo North Plants Tree In Honor Of Teacher Who Passed Away In April

Rod Capistran died after suffering a heart attack while teaching a virtual class.

FARGO, N.D.- Fargo North High School students and faculty remember a teacher who died in April by planting a tree in his honor. Rod Capistran died after suffering a heart attack while teaching a virtual class. The family donated a tree to the school so it could be planted outside his classroom. Mr. Capistran was described as a kind man…

Fargo North Notifies Parents of Student with COVID-19

At the end of the first day back to school, the principal sent out a letter to parents

FARGO, N.D. — Fargo North is already notifying parents on the first day that a student has tested positive for COVID-19. Health officials reaching out to close contacts to stop the spread.   Below is a copy of the letter:   Good evening North High parents/guardians, On Wednesday, September 2, 2020, Fargo North High School received information that a Fargo…

Fargo Public Schools Outlines Plan To Ensure Students Receive Meals

The district is set to start on September 2nd with Hybrid learning.

FARGO, N.D. – Fargo Public Schools is not only ensuring that students receive the best education amid a pandemic, but also making sure they have full tummies while doing so. “With the pandemic, we know that households may be struggling even more, and that’s why it’s still important that we provide these meal services to those students,” Nutrition Service Director…

Fargo Public Schools Celebrate Class of 2020 with in-person graduations

FARGO, N.D. — After Fargo Public Schools originally announced they would host graduation ceremonies without guests, more than 800 people signed a petition asking for that to change. Parents who signed that petition got what they wished for today: to be there when their children receive their diplomas. Fargo North High School allowed two guests per graduate, and each family…