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  • 5th grade to 6th grade transition






    Transition Meeting


    May 10th

    5:00pm and 5:45pm

    All learners and families

    Present on HMS and what middle school life can entail.  Recording

    Hawk Camp

    August 8th

    12:30pm – 3:20pm

    6th Grade Learners

    Meet their teachers, participate in team building, tour the school, and learn about HMS.

    Back to School Night

    August 22nd

    4:00pm- 6:00pm

    All learners and families

    Meet our educators, look over the schedule, and walk through the building

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    Our summer office hours for the month of June are Monday – Thursday from 8:00am to 12:30pm. Our office will be closed from June 29th to July 31st. Any messages/emails left while our office is closed will be returned when we resume office hours in August.   


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    2023 Summer Information




    Will Include:

    Summer High School Skills Sessions (ALL 9th- 12th graders)

    Summer Middle School Skills Sessions (ALL 7th-8th graders)

    Varsity Summer League (invite only)

    JV/Varsity Tournaments (invite only)

    MIDDLE SCHOOL - entering Grades 6th-8th Girls: Summer Strength & Speed Development

    HIGH SCHOOL - entering Grades 9th-12th Girls: Summer Strength & Speed Development

    Click HERE for more information, or visit Horace High Schools website.


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  • Summer Library Hours

    For the first time ever, we have summer library hours for learners and their families to check out books and explore our Makerspace!

    June 1-July 31

    Maker Mondays 4pm-6pm: A new Makerspace/STEM challenge each week!

    Tuesdays 9am-12pm

    Thursdays 9am-12pm

    **Don’t forget about our digital collection of E-books and Audiobooks are also always available on MackinVIA, which is accessible on any device!**

    Reach out to Callie Navarathne at cnavarathne@west-fargo.k12.nd.us with any questions.

    Hope to see you there!


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  • Medication Pickup

    If your learner has a medication (prescription or over the counter) in the school office, it will need to be picked up by a parent or guardian by Thursday June 1st.  All medications not picked up by June 1st will be disposed of. The only exception is if your learner will be attending summer school, then the medication can remain in the office during that time frame but must be picked up by the end of the summer school session. Summer office hours are Monday-Thursday, 8:00am – 12:00pm. If you would like to make arrangements to pick up meds, please contact the school office at 701-356-5910. You can also email the school nurse at cmisheski@west-fargo.k12.nd.us with any questions.


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  • Health Information Reminder

    At the end of this school year, West Fargo Public School Nursing staff will be mailing the 2023-2024 health paperwork for learners who have conditions such as allergies, asthma, seizures, diabetes, or any other medical concern that would require medication and/or nursing intervention and accommodations. This paperwork is required every year and must be updated for our system. Please reach out to Nurse Courtenay Misheski (cmisheski@west-fargo.k12.nd.us) if you have any questions or concerns regarding your child’s medical needs and required paperwork for the 2023-2024 school year.


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  • Bus Routes

    Since the week of January 23, 2023, West Fargo Public Schools has been forced to cancel multiple bus routes each week. Due to the chronic bus driver shortage, WFPS will unfortunately need to continue cancelling routes each week for the foreseeable future. A schedule of all district bus routes was randomly generated to determine the order in which routes will be cancelled; click HERE to view the schedule. 

    The official determination of how many and which routes will be cancelled each week will be made and communicated to impacted families and schools no later than 5:00PM every Wednesday. 

    It is the district’s hope that the driver situation improves; efforts are being made to recruit regular route drivers as well as individuals (including existing coaching staff) interested in driving activity routes. If you or someone you know (including current staff members) is interested in driving a route before school, after school, or for activities, please contact our Director of Transportation, Brad Redmond, to discuss possibilities. There is no simple solution to this problem; it will take all of us to come up with creative solutions and minimize disruptions to our learners’ routines.


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  • Horace High Extra-Curricular and Athletic Guidelines



    •EDC Sportsmanship Announcement “The North Dakota High School Activities Association, the Eastern Dakota Conference encourage and promote good sportsmanship by student-athletes, coaches, and spectators. We ask that you cheer for your team and be respectful of the opponent. As High School student-athletes and representatives of the community, we comit to fair play, responsibility, and respect. We invite you to support our effort.


    •West Fargo Public School events are drug and alcohol free
    •Any indications a spectator may be under the influence they will be removed from the contest and possible legal actions will be required.
    •Cost of attendance is $6 for adults and $4 for students
    •There is no re-entry for K-12 students at any High School athletic events
    •Any K-8 student must be accompanied by an adult to enter High School events
    •Any student not abiding by policies will be asked to leave immediately. No warning will be awarded. 


    •K-8 students must have an adult supervisor to enter the game 
    •Students are expected to sit in the bleachers to watch the game 
    •K-8 Students shall not be in the top row of the bleachers unless accompanied by an adult 
    •No "backyard" football games on the premises shall be permitted. Outside footballs brought into the stadium are subject to removal.
    •No unsupervised students under the bleachers at any time
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  • Grab your Hawk gear now!

    We will be wearing our Hawk gear every Friday and we are asking our community to join us and show Hawk Pride!


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  • Where/how do I drop an item off for a student? 

    Please only drop off necessary items when needed. All items should be dropped off in the main office, clearly labeled with the student’s first and last name (except for medications, which should go to the Nurse). Any floral or balloon deliveries will be held in the main office until the end of the day, when the student will be informed of the delivery and may come pick it up. Singing telegrams or similar deliveries are disruptive to the classroom learning environment and will not be accepted.  We do not accept outside food orders/deliveries. Students may elect to bring in their own sack lunch or they have the option to eat school lunch.


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  • iPad Breakage or Damage

    Students are responsible for the general care of the device they have been issued by the school.

    All students will initially receive an iPad device at no cost

    • $25 fee for the first incident if accidental damage occurs
    • $75 fee for the second incident if accidental damage occurs

    Full repair or replacement cost of a device lost, damaged intentionally, or due to negligence:

    • Device - $300
    • Charging Brick - $20
    • Charging Cable - $20
    • Logictech Pen - $50
    • Case - $40

    Please pay for your student’s fees on MySchoolBucks


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