FARGO – A magnet school program for children with autism will remain at Lewis & Clark Elementary, a Fargo School Board committee was told Monday.
FARGO – Some of south Fargo’s Head Start students will have a new home this fall. But it won’t be the Agassiz school building.
FARGO – A full third of Josiah Gillen’s life has been filled with hospitals, biopsies, tests and diets that threaten to suck the fun out of a 6-year-old’s life.RELATED CONTENT
Most schools in Fargo, West Fargo fail to meet all proficiency standards
FARGO – Nearly three-quarters of North Dakota’s public school districts – including Fargo and West Fargo – failed to meet federal Annual Yearly Progress requirements, the state Department of Public Instruction announced Friday.
MOORHEAD - In just a few short years, the arc of Joshua Gates’ academic life has gone from meh to marvelous.RELATED CONTENT
FARGO – The budget picture is unclear for the Fargo School District as district staff wrestle with trying to determine how a new state K-12 funding formula and federal sequestration cuts fit in with facilities planning, teacher contract talks, building maintenance and other needs in the budget for the 2013-14 school year.
MOORHEAD – All-day kindergarten could come to Moorhead School District as soon as this fall, if the Legislature and governor cement a deal to fund the initiative starting in 2014.
FARGO - When Karla Wiegrefe met her husband, Jeff, 22 years ago, he was her German tutor at Dana College in Blair, Neb. They fell in love. He popped the question, and she said yes.RELATED CONTENT
MOORHEAD – Members of the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender community and their supporters are celebrating the Minnesota House’s 75-59 vote Thursday to approve a bill that would allow same-sex weddings beginning this summer.RELATED CONTENT
WEST FARGO – North Dakota needs more STEM schools and a way to expand and integrate that style of learning into high schools, the state’s superintendent of public instruction said Wednesday.RELATED CONTENT
Thanksgiving may have passed on the calendar, but that doesn’t mean there isn’t plenty to be thankful about when it comes to the area’s youth.RELATED CONTENT
Two groups of West Fargo teachers are among the North Dakota recipients of 2011 Teachers and Technology grants presented by the Qwest Foundation and the North Dakota Educational Technology Council last week.RELATED CONTENT