Hybrid Learning

West Fargo Public Schools will continue doing hybrid learning

The district will discuss the new learning plan at its board meeting on October 26th.

WEST FARGO, N.D.- West Fargo Public Schools will stick with the hybrid model as coronavirus cases in the metro continue to rise. Superintendent Beth Slette requested to extend the current plan while continuing to work on the return to learn plan. She originally wanted to bring more students to the classroom. Slette says changes to the instructional plan will not…

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…

Replay Games offers ‘Virtual Learning Environment’ for hybrid learning students

FARGO, N.D. – Replay Games in Downtown Fargo is offering a unique and fun way for kids to handle hybrid learning. Parents can sign them up to take their virtual classes. Supervision, as well as help with classwork and homework will be available on site. When kids finish their schoolwork, they will be awarded with time to play video games….

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 Schools confirms hybrid learning for start of 2020-21 school year

The new school year begins on September 2.

FARGO, N.D.–Fargo Public Schools has announced it will conduct hybrid learning to start the 2020-21 school year. The FPS COVID-19 Instructional Plan Committee met on Monday and decided that all elementary, middle and high schools will begin at Level 3 hybrid instruction. The hybrid learning will consist of in-person and virtual learning. FPS made its decision based on four guidelines…