FARGO NORTH HIGH SCHOOL

Increased Police Presence at Fargo North High School Following Suspicious Message

A student reported writings on a desk that included, "school shooting threat 9-4-19."

Fargo, N.D. – Fargo North High School is operating as normal after a school shooting threat was determined to be not credible. One student discovered disturbing messages on a desk on Tuesday, one of which included a school shooting threat referencing Wednesday’s date. School administration and the Fargo Police Department conducted an investigation and concluded that there was no threat….

Longtime “Santa” At Rheault Farm Passes Away

Bob Scott Was Also An Active Leader In Scouting

Bob ScottFARGO, N.D. — The man who portrayed Santa Claus for the past decade at Rheault Farm in Fargo has passed away. Bob Scott’s family says because he posed for photos with so many children as Santa, he would often encounter people who would tell him that his picture was on their refrigerator. Scott was also an active leader in…

Fargo North Juniors Gain Perspective in Poverty Simulation

groups were given a case study and had to use community resources to help them throughout the exercise

FARGO, N.D. — Juniors at Fargo North High School are learning to empathize with our area’s homeless population. The students were provided different case studies and scenarios as part of a poverty simulation. Each one is meant to help them understand what it’s like living on a lower income or budget and what they must do to meet their basic needs….

Students Showcase Drama Skills at Fargo Area One Act Festival

The Fargo Area One Act Festival welcomes students from North, South, Davies, and Sheyenne High Schools

FARGO, N.D. – Area high school students are taking center stage at the 6th Annual Fargo Area One Act Festival. This two-day festival is giving 150 students from North, South, Davies, and Sheyenne High Schools a chance to perform their one-act plays. Students take part in workshops and have opportunities to showcase their talents. Fargo North’s drama director, Tom Gillen, …

Fargo North Crowns 40th King Sparta & 54th Queen Sparta

It's all part of their homecoming festivities

FARGO, N.D. — It wouldn’t be a traditional homecoming without a queen and a king. Fargo North High School crowned their 40th King Sparta and 54th Queen Sparta. Twelve couples were vying for the title, each doing a unique handshake of their own before waiting to find out if they won the crown. In the end, it was Anna Stevens who…

Fargo North Environmental Club Teaches Kids to Be “Eco-Friendly”

The club made a presentation to third and fourth grade students at Kennedy Elementary

FARGO, N.D. — Fargo North students are doing their part to spread the word to younger students about helping the environment. Third and fourth graders from Kennedy Elementary School listened to a presentation from members of the Fargo North Environmental Club. The high schoolers taught the kids about what is good and bad for the environment, and how they can help…

Fargo North High Celebrates “Eco” Week

Last year, the environmental club sold more than 400 plants

FARGO, N.D. — Fargo North students are bringing the awareness of environmental concerns to their classmates with ECO Week. Each day will focus on recycling, ecology awareness and ways the students can be more environmentally friendly. Students also held a succulent and cacti sale, some of which they grew themselves. On Wednesday, students will give ECO presentations to kids at Kennedy…

Fargo North High School Celebrates Fourth Annual “Relay for Life”

Cancer survivors walked a lap around the Fargo North track to kick off the ceremony

FARGO, N.D. — After months of preparation, Relay for Life at Fargo North High School celebrated its fourth annual celebration. The event promotes cancer awareness, and honor those who have lost their fight to cancer or are currently fighting the disease, while also donating the funds to the American Cancer Society A dozen survivors walked around the track to kick…

Fargo North Students Dismantle Old Car to “Smash Out Cancer”

Event looks to raise awareness for cancer research, leading up to Fargo North's Relay for Life Friday

FARGO, N.D. — Students at Fargo North High School hammer their way through an old car to raise money for the American Cancer Society. The annual “Smash Out for Cancer” gives students the chance to dismantle an old car with a sledgehammer for fifteen to thirty seconds. With loud bursts of aggression, the echoes from the sledgehammer could be heard ringing…