L.E. Berger Elementary School
L.E. Berger Elementary School provides an age-appropriate curriculum for literacy, math, science, and social studies. Students participate in physical education, music, art, and library on a regular basis. The school follows the West Fargo Elementary Behavior Plan, which introduces social skills and expectations, as well as implementing a building-wide positive reinforcement behavior plan.
The original building was built in 1968 and served as a middle school. An indoor swimming pool was built onto the school in 1976. The school became an elementary school in 1986. The pool facility received a new roof in 1999 and a substantial renovation in 2003 to remove the outdoor wading pool and complete mechanical and basin upgrades. The school received an addition in 2004, and another addition and renovation in 2016. The building occupies a 16.8-acre site and has 23 classrooms with a total capacity of 500 students.