Tuesday, October 11th (5:00-7:00)- Dine to Donate at Slim Chickens for Willow Park
Mark Your Calendar
Tuesday, October 11th is Willow Park Dine to Donate at Slim Chickens.
From 5:00PM-7:00PM 50% of total sales at Slim Chickens will be given to Fargo Schools including Willow Park. See the flyer below for more information.
Lions Club Conducting Vision Screening
The Lions Club is partnering with the WFSD elementary schools to conduct free vision screenings for all students within each elementary facility. We are thankful for the volunteer work of our local Lions Club Organizations and the help they provide our students and families. If there is a vision concern (vision referral) regarding your child, a letter will be sent home with your child indicating information including exam data to share with a vision specialist. If you do not receive a letter, there are no vision concerns. Our school will have the Lions Club vision check performed on October 5th and our school staff will follow up with any child that receives a vision referral letter. We would like to thank the Lions Club and volunteers!
Box Tops for Education
Download the Box Tops for Education app.
Select Willow Park Elementary School. Scan your store receipts, and the app will identify Box Tops products on your receipt and automatically credit your school’s earnings online.
If ordering online, email your digital receipts email@example.com using the same email associated with your Box Tops account.
District Employment Opportunities
Please join us to find out about the various support staff positions needed for the start of the new school year. Both full-time and part-time positions are available, with immediate interviews offered for some positions.
Thursday, August 4, 2022
4:00PM - 6:00PM
Sheyenne High School, West Fargo
Behavior Technician | Paraprofessional | Food Service Worker | Bus Driver | Custodian
For a listing of current employment opportunities, job descriptions, and salary details, visit
Bus students remember, you will be using your bus tags to scan on and off when you are riding the bus. Please tie bus tags to your student's backpack. Remember it should be on the right side when the backpack on.
Milk for Snack Break
Elementary students have milk/snack break every day at school. You may purchase milk each semester for them to have during break. First semester milk fees will be $36 and can be submitted online via MySchoolBucks or by submitting payment via cash or check to the school office.
If you currently have an account, you will use the store for the fees option to pay for snack milk it is a separate account from lunch money. If you have not used MySchoolBucks in the past, please follow the instructions to create a new account.
Beginning the 2021-22 school year, North Dakota Century Code requires schools to allow “youth patriotic societies” access to students during school hours. This new law means that representatives from groups like the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts must be given the opportunity to speak with all students in grades K-5 this fall. To ensure equitable access that does not take away from learning, each group will be given no more than five minutes to share about their organization. These presentations may be scheduled during class time, lunchtime, recess, or as part of an assembly that is already planned; the scheduling will be done at the principals’ discretion, in alignment with the legal requirements. If you would prefer that your child not participate in these presentations, please contact the school office.
Are you and your family currrently living in a:
* Sharing housing due to loss of housing, economic hardship or similar reason
* Somewhere not meant as a permanent residence
Please call for additional information o the McKinney-Vento Homeless Assistance Act. Please reach out to Maria Jones at 701-499-9854 or firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information and to determine eligibility.
PARENTS RIGHT TO KNOW
Through federal education law, parents have the right to request information on the professional qualification of the teachers and paraprofessionals at our schools.
If you are interested in learning this information, please contact the school administration office at (701) 356-8360.
Upon this request, you will receive a detailed explanation of the licensing, education and experience of each of our teachers. You will also receive information regarding the names and qualifications of the paraprofessionals at our schools.