Students Contributing Art, Music To Tonight’s MLK Celebration

Tonight’s 11th Annual Martin Luther King, Jr., Celebration at the Fargo Theater includes the creations and vocal talents of students from three groups in the Fargo Public Schools. Students in Margaret Johnson’s 4th grade art classes at Kennedy Elementary have created three-dimensional moccasins made from craft paper.  The moccasins embody the Native American quote, “Grant…
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Things Parents Need To Know About Social Networking

Social networking sites such as Facebook, Bebo, and MySpace are often an area of teenage life that, for many parents and teachers, is a complete mystery. Social networks are places that teenagers can swap ideas, gossip, and exchange photographs away from the prying eyes of their parents. It’s not hard to understand why this is…
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Winter Safety Tips (and Common Sense)

Well, here we are in the heart of winter season in the great state of North Dakota.  There are a few things I would like everyone to take into consideration during this time, to keep everyone safe.  This does not mean that those of you who anxiously await the snow for your outdoor activities won’t…
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Fargo “Snow Bash 2010” New Year’s Eve Event Canceled

Due to severe weather forecasted from Dec. 30 – Jan. 1, the Fargo Public Schools, Fargo South High School PTSA and Fargo Police Department have canceled the Fargo Snow Bash 2010 event scheduled for New Year’s Eve at Edgewood Golf Course.

Administrator Named ND Assistant Principal Of The Year

Jennifer Fremstad, assistant principal at Fargo South High School, has been named the North Dakota Assistant Principal of the Year by the North Dakota Association of Secondary School Principals (NDASSP).  She was alerted of the honor Monday, and presented with it during an honorary dinner last night at the Green Mill restaurant in Fargo. Now…
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