Teen Cycling Course Dates Set For June

“Smart Cycling for Teens” is a pilot program for youth bicyclists offered by the Fargo Police Department in June, for Fargo teens going into grades 9-12.  There is no charge for participation. Class size is limited. Smart Cycling for Teens gives youth bicyclists the confidence they need to ride safely and legally in traffic or on…
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Watch For The Lime Green Shirts (80 Of Them)

Students, staff and parents from Carl Ben Eielson Middle School are ready-set to take part in the annual Fargo Marathon 5K event tonight.  When the starter’s pistol fires at the FargoDome, over 80 runners dressed in bright green t-shirts will hit the streets in north Fargo along with over 6,500 other runners and walkers.  This is the…
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Bennett Students Give Civics Lessons To Adults

How many years are there in a U.S. Senator’s term of office?  How many Amendments are there in the U.S. Constitution?  Nine 5th graders from Bennett Elementary put these and other civics questions to West Acres Mall patrons Thursday during the Liberty Day Kids project. Dressed in patriotic colors, they handed out pocket-sized copies of the Declaration…
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School Resource Officer Program Wins National Award

We have learned some great news… that the District’s School Resource Officer program has received the 2011 Model Program Award from the National Association of School Resource Officers (NASRO).  This designation is awarded annually to a law enforcement agency for excellence while implementing or maintaining an SRO program. Fargo’s program is a partnership between the…
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Construction Trades Open House Events Today

Later this morning, the Construction Trades Departments at both North and South High Schools will be holding public open house events. North High’s open house will take place at the school, 801 North 17th Avenue, from 11:00 a.m. – 2:00 p.m., in conjunction with other special events today at the school.  The South High event will…
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