Fargo Public Schools

Fargo Public Schools changes timeline for return to classroom full-time

FARGO (KVRR) – The Fargo Public Schools COVID-19 Instructional Plan Committee has modified its plan to phase-in full time in-person learning for both elementary and secondary students. Instead of bringing more students back for in-person instruction, the current instructional levels will remain in place for the remainder of the first semester. The changes are as follows: Elementary Schools: Level 4…

Committee develops plan to start in-person learning at Fargo Public Schools

Level changes are unique for specific grade levels and will take effect on different dates

FARGO (KVRR) – The Fargo Public School District’s COVID-19 Instructional Plan Committee has developed a plan to begin full time in-person learning for elementary and secondary students. Level changes are unique for specific grade levels and will take effect on different dates. The changes are as follows: Elementary Schools: Level 4 – In-Person Instruction (4 days per week) until at…

School Board To Discuss Return To Classrooms at Monday Meeting

FARGO, N.D. — Public school leaders in Fargo are discussing whether to have older children head back to classrooms, even as the state struggles with the worst outbreak of COVID-19 per capita in the nation. A task force that was formed when parents and others complained after the Fargo Public School District opted for distance learning has its next meeting…

Fargo Public Schools receives two awards from ND Library Association

The Fargo Public Schools Development Foundation received the School Library Benefactor of the Year and Eagles Elementary School Library Media Specialist Jennifer Hess received the Youth Excellence Program of the Year.

FARGO, N.D. — Two awards were given to  Fargo Public Schools during the North Dakota Library Association Awards. The Fargo Public Schools Development Foundation received the School Library Benefactor of the Year, which is given to a person or group who makes significant contributions to a school library. Eagles Elementary School Library Media Specialist Jennifer Hess received the Youth Excellence Program…

Fargo, West Fargo public schools to ban fans from athletic events

The decision was made after Cass County moved to the high risk level on the COVID-19 Scale

FARGO, N.D. — Cass County’s move to the high risk level is reaching high school athletics. “In our conference of 11, six of us are Cass County schools and our attendance levels reduced to 50, so we determined that with our game staff and the people just associated with running the game, that is about all the people we could…

Fans no longer allowed at Fargo and West Fargo Public Schools sporting events

Games will be live streamed for fans

FARGO, N.D.–Fargo and West Fargo Public Schools will no longer allow fans at sports games beginning Friday, October 16. Only athletes, coaches and essential personnel will be allowed at games. The decision was made based on the number of active COVID-19 cases in Cass County which was updated to an orange COVID status on Wednesday. Fargo Public Schools says both the…

All Fargo Public Schools students to receive free meals through 2020-21 school year

Students will have access to both breakfast and lunch.

FARGO, N.D.–Every student enrolled in Fargo Public Schools will receive free meals for the remainder of the 2020-21 school year. Students will have access to both breakfast and lunch, and will use their lunch account number to log the meals they eat. Students with funds currently in their account can use the money for a la carte items or hold…

Fargo Public Schools updates elementary and secondary instructional levels

FARGO, N.D.–Fargo Public Schools has updated its instructional level for all elementary and secondary students. Starting, Monday, October 19, middle and high school students will transition back to a hybrid model of learning with adjustments. Monday through Thursday, students will alternate attending in-person classes, while Fridays will be distance learning for all students. Starting, Monday, October 26, elementary students will…

COVID-19 task force creates #ForAllofUs campaign to promote wearing masks

They hope that through this campaign they are able to reach everyone.

FARGO, N.D. – The Red River Valley COVID-19 task force unveils a new campaign promoting and encouraging North Dakotans to mask up. The new mask campaign called #ForAllOfUs focuses on the individual and the collective reason on why wearing a mask is fundamental in protecting those in your community. The task force also announced the #forallofus website. People can find…