Spotlight On Our Craft

Images of the week from our school district… North and South volleyball teams compete in a sea of pink Tuesday night at South High, during the two teams’ 4th annual “Dig Pink” regular season match and fundraiser for breast cancer awareness and research.  The player-led effort, which included t-shirt sales, silent auction and ticket raffle,…
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“Move It” 5K DECA Event This Sunday

As part of their activities for the North Dakota DECA Fall Conference (October 9-10) and National DECA Week, the North High School DECA Club has spearheaded a “Move It” 5K walk fundraiser to benefit the Muscular Dystrophy Association. Over 150 students from nine North Dakota high schools will take part in the Sunday afternoon walk,…
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“D.W’ Brings Illustrative Experience To Madison Students

Fans of the award-winning PBS cartoon series, “Arthur,” were treated to an introspective look into the series and its characters Monday evening at Madison Elementary. Kim Brown, the sister of Arthur creator and book author Marc Brown, and the inspiration for the irrepressible and assertive series character “D.W.,” spoke to a crowd of over 100 about her brother’s stories and experience. …
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District Begins Fresh Fruit And Vegetable Program

Today, October 3, the District began its Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Program for the school year. This year, due to an increased USDA grant, FPS will serve free fresh fruits and vegetables at twelve elementary schools: Centennial, Clara Barton, Hawthorne, Horace Mann, Jefferson, Kennedy, Lewis and Clark, Lincoln, Madison, McKinley, Roosevelt and Washington. The produce will be…
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Spotlight On Our Craft

  FPS student Chad Vogel (right, pictured here with Superintendent Dr. Rick Buresh) is one of 22 students saluted by the District this week for their completion of the Special Services summer work and bussing program. The annual program provides transitional summer employment, and allows students to focus on their work component with on-the-job support,…
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