SRO observes experiment in science classroom

Fargo Public Schools School Resource Officer Program

In a partnership with the Fargo Police Department (FPD), Fargo Public Schools (FPS) has seven School Resource Officers (SROs) assigned to each of our middle and high schools, along with a Cultural Liaison Officer stationed at Agassiz.  Students regard them as a regular part of their school environment. SROs attend school activities, mingle with students…
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When Teachers Succeed, Students Succeed

Fargo Public Schools supports teachers new to our school district through a targeted professional development, training, and evaluation program. Learn more about the highly effective New Teacher Induction Program. By Fargo Public Schools Assistant Superintendent Dr. Rachael Agre All children deserve the best learning opportunities possible regardless of the experience of their teacher. All teachers…
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Arts Experiences As Learning Opportunities

Our students benefit from a program that pairs elementary students with a variety of fine arts performances. These experiences become learning opportunities on multiple levels. By Fargo Public Schools Performing Arts Curriculum Specialist Denese Odegaard Question: What has 4,800 legs and invades only fine arts facilities? Answer: Students at a Learning Bank performance! The Learning…
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Back-to-School: An Operational Perspective

Contrary to popular thoughts on “summers off” when it comes to schools, summertime is one of the busiest times for the business aspects of operating a school district. Learn what happens behind-the-scenes at Fargo Public Schools during June, July, and August. by Fargo Public Schools Business Services Manager Broc Lietz   When you work in…
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Peer Relations Have An Impact

This group of high school students is having a positive impact on relations with their school peers. Bruin Ambassadors Take A Lead in Peer Relations They don’t get paid for their efforts, nor do many others know all that they do to serve their school and fellow students. What these South High students do receive…
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