WEST FARGO – A sit-in to support former assistant football and basketball coach Jim Jonas at West Fargo High School drew about 125 students who chanted “We Want Jonas!” during third and fourth periods in the school’s commons Wednesday morning.RELATED CONTENT
WEST FARGO – Former West Fargo High School assistant football and basketball coach Jim Jonas released a brief email statement to The Forum on Tuesday apologizing for unnamed actions that led to his recent ouster from those positions.RELATED CONTENT
MOORHEAD - For a glimpse into life as an eighth-grader, listen to members of the Horizon Middle School cast of “Letters to Daddy” as they share their heartaches and anxieties.RELATED CONTENT
WEST FARGO – The West Fargo School Board, meeting as a committee of the whole, has settled on Allan Skramstad to take the board seat vacated by Angela Korsmo.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO - Monica Kersting is out to set a Guinness world record and she needs at least 4,136 people to help her do it.RELATED CONTENT
MOORHEAD – The School Board voted 7-0 Tuesday to approve about $9 million in additions to two elementary schools and the Probstfield Center for Education, plus revamping the high school track and football field complex for another $1.54 million.
MOORHEAD – The Moorhead School Board will be asked tonight to approve an ambitious set of construction plans that are designed to help the district handle more than 680 additional students in the next five years.
AMENIA, N.D. – Bill Hejl has farmed sugar beets since the 1980s – if you don’t count his time in middle school, high school and vacations while in the Air Force.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – Two Park Board members on Friday said they favor allowing the School District to build an elementary school in the southern third of Ed Clapp Park.
FARGO – There was lots of support from Bluemont Lakes residents for building an elementary school in Ed Clapp Park during a public hearing Wednesday.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo School District elementary school Principals Bob Rohla and Maggie Mitzel were each recently awarded the “Service to Children Award” by the North Dakota Association of Elementary School Principals.RELATED CONTENT
The Cheney Middle School eighth-grade robotics league team “Chronic Fusion” earned the Judge’s Award at the 2010-11 North Dakota First LEGO League Championship Tournament on Feb. 5 in Grand Forks.RELATED CONTENT
Fargo Shanley High School has advanced to the “Elite 8” round of an international debate contest, earning an all-expenses-paid trip to New York and a chance to win a $10,000 grand prize.RELATED CONTENT
Teams from Jamestown High School took first and third in North Dakota’s 2011 LifeSmarts competition in Bismarck, the attorney general’s office announced.RELATED CONTENT
Say it loud, and say it proud. Fargo Shanley High School is holding its Poetry Out Loud finals Monday. All of the school’s English students were required to memorize a poem and present it in class.RELATED CONTENT
Several area schools are among the top 10 nominees for the top prizes in the Healthy School Makeover Contest.RELATED CONTENT
Two North Dakota students were chosen as delegates to the 49th Annual United States Senate Youth Program, Sens. Kent Conrad and John Hoeven announced.RELATED CONTENT
The Moorhead High School production of the rock opera “Tommy” recently earned the highest musical theater honor bestowed by the Historic Hennepin Theater Trust, the school district reported.RELATED CONTENT
Area students ages 13 to 19 who are immigrants or who have parents who are immigrants are invited to take part in an essay contest and write about their experiences in coming to America.RELATED CONTENT
The Oakes (N.D.) High School concert band is collecting gently worn shoes through Wednesday for the Soles4Souls program.RELATED CONTENT