The Fargo Public Schools announces the assignment of a dean of students and an area service coordinator within the District.
Natalie Richter has been named to the position of Dean of Students at Carl Ben Eielson Middle School. Richer will assume this position on July 1, and will replace Cathy Selberg, who is set to become the principal at Washington Elementary School.
Richter is a Fargo South High alumna. She has served as the health instructor at Carl Ben Eielson Middle School since 2006. Richter has served as the co-leader of the school’s Wellness Committee since 2012. Richter has also served as the District Health Course captain since 2015, and has been a member of both the District Health Study Committee and Wellness Committee since 2012. She began her career with the Fargo School District.
Richter holds a Master of Arts degree in Educational Leadership from Concordia University – St. Paul and a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Education from St. Cloud State University. She has also completed her North Dakota Secondary Principal Credential, and is a Marzano Leadership Academy participant.
Robin Tschider has been named to the position of Area Service Coordinator. Tschider will assume this position on July 1, and will replace Karrie Rage, who is set to become the principal at Kennedy Elementary School.
Tschider has served as the Regional Special Education Coordinator for the North Dakota Department of Public Instruction since 2014. Prior to that she served as the Special Education Director for the Northwest Colorado Board of Cooperative Educational Services (BOCES) from 2003 to 2014. She began her education career as a teacher of the deaf and hard of hearing for the Northwest Colorado and Rio Blanco BOCES in the Moffat County, Colorado School District in 1996, followed up by serving as a special education teacher for the South Routt Secondary School in Oak Creek, Colorado from 1998 to 2002, when she then became the special education coordinator for the South Routt School District until 2003.
Tschider holds a Master of Arts degree in Special Education Severe Needs in Hearing from the University of Northern Colorado (UNC) and a Bachelor of Science degree in Speech Pathology and Audiology from Minnesota State University – Moorhead. She has also earned Master of Arts Endorsements in Special Education Administration and Special Education Moderate Needs from UNC.