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Senior PRANK DAY – Not What You’d Expect!

Most high school pranks result in reprimands and unpleasant consequences. Not so for this group of high school seniors – they’re being applauded for their “pranks.” On May 24, the Bruin Class of 2017 at South High School skipped classes and dedicated themselves to activities that benefitted the next generation of Bruin students, for an…
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Fargo Schools Announces Administrative Intern Assignments

Fargo Public Schools announces the assignment of three administrative intern positions within the District. Fargo Public Schools administrative interns are two-year position assignments, designed to develop candidates’ leadership capacity. Interns use leadership, supervisory, and administrative skills gained through gradual release of responsibilities and on-the-job experiences to assist the school principal and teaching staff to provide…
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FPS Alumni Network

By Fargo Public Schools Development Foundation Executive Director Becky Jagelski-Bakke Congratulations to the Fargo Public Schools Graduating Class of 2017! We are proud of alumni who have called Fargo Public Schools (FPS) home, and know FPS graduates look back on their school days with fond memories. Chances are many friendships that were formed during those…
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ESSA Update

By Fargo Public Schools Associate Superintendent Dr. Robert Grosz The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA) was signed into law on December 10, 2015. It reauthorizes the 1965 Elementary and Secondary Education Act (ESEA), which was previously reauthorized as No Child Left Behind (NCLB). The ND Department of Public Instruction (NDDPI) website states, “The new law builds on key…
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Fargo Schools Announces Two Administration Positions

The Fargo Public Schools announces the assignment of a dean of students and an area service coordinator within the District.   Natalie Richter has been named to the position of Dean of Students at Carl Ben Eielson Middle School. Richer will assume this position on July 1, and will replace Cathy Selberg, who is set…
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