James Moe named next activities director at West Fargo Sheyenne

Moe, who will assume his new role July 1, has served in public education roles for more than 14 years.

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James Moe has been named the next activities coordinator at West Fargo Sheyenne High School.
West Fargo Public Schools

WEST FARGO — West Fargo Sheyenne High School has its next activities coordinator.

West Fargo Public Schools announced Monday that James Moe will lead the Mustangs' activities department. Moe takes over for Cory Herrmann, who resigned in February to pursue other opportunities. Moe will be the school's fourth-ever activities director and third since 2020.

A mustang statue is pictured at West Fargo Sheyenne High School.
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Most recently, Moe served as an assistant principal at Lewis and Clark Elementary within the Fargo Public Schools district. Moe brings more than 14 years of public education experience to the table. Additionally, he spent 15 years as either an assistant or head coach of the West Fargo boys and girls soccer programs.

"James has had many valuable experiences during his time in education which have prepared him for an activities director position," district activities director Logan Midthun said in a news release. "Whether it was as a coach, teacher or administrator, James has distinguished himself as someone who leads with an authentic, hard-working, and caring attitude. Sheyenne High School has strong athletic/activity programs and Mr. Moe will be a great fit to continue those successes and provide quality experiences for kids."

Moe earned his master's in educational leadership from Minnesota State Moorhead as well as a bachelor's in elementary education.


Moe will assume his new role July 1.

Ryan Spitza joined The Forum in December 2021 as a sports reporter. He grew up in Marquette, Mich., a city of 20,000 on the southern shore of Lake Superior. He majored in multimedia journalism and minored in public relations at Northern Michigan University, graduating with a Bachelor of Science in May 2019. While attending college, Spitza gained real-world experience covering high school and college athletics for both The Mining Journal and The North Wind.

Spitza can be reached at 701-451-5613 or Follow him on Twitter @ryspitza.
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