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Sixth Graders Give Back Through Research Projects

Nearly 70 students work to raise awareness for a local nonprofit.

FARGO, N.D. — Sixth graders at Carl Ben Eielson Middle School are giving back to the community, one research project at a time. It’s the students’ second year participating in the Annual Project Based Learning event surrounding Giving Hearts Day. Nearly 70 students, split into 16 groups, work in teams to research and create a plan to raise awareness for…

Caribou opens on NDSU campus

The shop opened its doors at seven this morning.

FARGO, N.D. – Even before the doors opened, students, faculty and staff were already waiting in line to get their first coffee of the day. The store is located on the first floor of the Memorial Union. They chose the location because it is central to campus with about 10,000 people walking in and out of the building everyday. “Caribou…

Madison Elementary Reaches Reading Goal

The students went bowling as a way to celebrate.

FARGO, N.D. – As part of the Read to Lead initiative students from kindergarten to first grade have to complete 20 minutes and second to fifth graders have to complete 30 minutes of reading every day. The program is done for two months and students get to pick the book of their choice. Those who completed their reading were able…

Park Christian Students Put Their Geography Skills To The Test

24 students from fourth to eight grades participated in their annual "National Geographic Bee".

MOORHEAD, Minn.-The competition consisted of eight rounds where students were asked questions about geographic borders, world civilizations and cities of the world. The winner of this year’s competition was 7th grader Addyson who says geography is her favorite subject. “I read books. And I listened in school and I studied like capitals and countries and where they are,” says 7th…

Roosevelt Elementary Students Pick Out Gifts To Give Family Members

Students were able to pick out items like mugs, plush toys, hats and playing cards.

FARGO, N.D-¬† It all started last year, when the school’s librarian was donating books to students. Sandra Egan, the kitchen manager at Roosevelt Elementary decided to take it a step forward and organize an event where kids could pick out a gift for a family member. “I think it would be something special for the kids. You know, to be…

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…

Three Students Injured after School Bus Accident

The incident is under investigation.

FISHER, Minn.–A Fisher School District bus ended up in the ditch on Tuesday resulting in three kids being injured. The Polk County Sheriff’s Office responded to the area of 225th St SW and 390th Avenue SW to find twelve students on board. Three of the students, ages 7, 8 and 9 had minor injuries and were treated by Altru Ambulance…

Plains Art Museum Brings Back Free Noon Holiday Concerts

The free event is celebrating its 21st year.

FARGO, N.D. – The three week event brings in local musicians including students and established artists to play from noon to one from Monday to Thursday. There will also be meals available for purchase. The museum hopes through this event more people check out all it has to offer. “Oh, I think it’s great to like I said, get people…

Student Leaders Leaving ‘No Space For Hunger’ at Fill the Dome

The dome is filled with hundreds of thousands of pounds of food and household essentials.

FARGO, N.D. – If you were at the Fargodome just two weeks ago, the inside is probably pretty unrecognizable now. Instead of a football field, it’s filled with hundreds of thousands of pounds of food and household essentials for the Fill the Dome event. There’s one reason for all of that food : A promise the Metro Area Student Ambassadors…

L.E Berger Hosts Pancake Fundraiser

The school took freewill donations from any of the hungry kids and parents who wanted to chow down.

WEST FARGO, N.D. — Pancakes, bacon and eggs it’s the food being dished up at the West Fargo VFW to raise money for the L.E Berger PTA. The school took freewill donations from any of the hungry kids and parents who wanted to chow down. The VFW cooked and covered all the costs for the food at the fundraiser. Even…