Women’s Scholarship Program Still Accepting Applications

Distinguished Young Women of North Dakota is a state preliminary event of the national Distinguished Young Women college scholarship program for high school girls.  It promotes and rewards scholarship, leadership, and talent in young women.  Last year’s (2011) North Dakota recipient was South High School senior Jacky Arness (right). Applications for the 2012 North Dakota…
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Spotlight On Our Craft

Images from around the Fargo Public Schools… have a great weekend! Elementary-High School English Mentoring Project Washington Elementary fifth grade students in Rob Arneson’s class took advantage of a nearby resource last month while they were working on a writing and research project on American symbols. The students partnered with Emily Schneider’s North High School…
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“Little Shop Of Horrors” Opens Tonight

The Davies High School Performing Arts Department will present 4 shows of its inaugural musical production, “Little Shop of Horrors,” beginning tonight, Thursday, Nov. 3. Performances run nightly at 7:30 p.m. through Saturday, Nov. 5, and finish with a Sunday, Nov. 6, matinee at 2:00 p.m. The Davies production follows the 1982 off-Broadway rock musical version…
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Davies Ballgame To Send Kids To Summer Camp

The DECA chapter for Fargo Davies High School has organized a Davies faculty vs. student basketball game to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association. These funds will be used to send kids with muscular dystrophy to summer camp, where they will do things that they normal people take for granted: swimming, playing baseball, etc. The event…
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State Orchestra Festival Begins Today At North

Over 200 of the area’s high school orchestra students are gathering at Fargo North today and Saturday for the annual state orchestra festival.  The annual event, which has been around the state for more than three decades, is a learning and performance opportunity for all string students.  It concludes with a public concert on Saturday afternoon…
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