Legacy Elementary School

Educating today's learners for tomorrow's world

5150 9th Street West, West Fargo ND 58078

Phone (701) 356-3740  |  Fax (701) 356-4049

Mr. Jason Markusen, Principal

jmarkusen@west-fargo.k12.nd.us

Elsie Opp, Administrative Assistant

eopp@west-fargo.k12.nd.us

District News & Updates

  • Family Educator Enhancement Team: Supporting Community's Youth

    The third Family Educator Enhancement Team (FEET) meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, January 28 from 5:30PM - 7:00PM at the Leidal Education Center (Room #138), 207 W Main Ave, West Fargo. FEET is designed to assist families who have children with special needs by connecting them to available educational partners.

    If you wish to attend, please RSVP one week prior to the event at: http://bit.ly/2ktCAYa. Free childcare provided. Free event.

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  • Student Success Forum: Positive Choices

    West Fargo Public Schools, the West Fargo Police Department, and AM 1100 The Flag WZFG are pleased to co-host the third of four forums geared toward sharing information on the hot-button issues impacting our youth today. The February agenda includes presentations from local experts and advocates regarding three of the most concerning topics related to the risky behaviors engaged in by some students. Our presenters will cover vaping, alcohol, and responsible gun storage.

    Please register by Friday, January 31 at http://bit.ly/2PIWUBA.

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WFPSchools Scoop

  • Protecting & Empowering Ourselves

    While schools remain the safest place for our children to spend time, there are no guarantees that violence will never happen in any school in the country. Therefore, we must empower ourselves to prevent and/or protect against such events occurring here.

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  • Cognia, In Pursuit of Excellence

    North Dakota uses Cognia statewide for educational accountability and as a system of improvement for all public schools.

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  • Why Standards-Based Grading?

    Our world is changing rapidly as we enter an era fueled by exponential advances in technology, medicine, transportation, manufacturing, and energy. All the while, our society tends to resist change and innovation in one area: education. Why is that? Why is a change in how we “do school” so hard to accept? We all have it ingrained in our minds what school looked like, sounded like, and felt like when we were young. Why change a system we all know and understand?

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  • Written Notification of Interactive Dashboard (School District Report Card)

    North Dakota has launched a new website designed to help communities across the state access important information about K-12 districts and schools.

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  • Incident & Threat Communications

    We live in a world that values and expects instant communication, which is often a difficult expectation for a district the size of West Fargo Public Schools to meet. This difficulty is experienced in the most general of circumstances, and is exponentially exacerbated during incidents or complex situations.

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