South Elementary School
South 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 1952 and had its first addition in 1956. A second addition of classrooms and a gymnasium doubled the school’s size in 1961. Yet another classroom and gymnasium addition occurred in 1982. In 2004, the building was remodeled and a media center was built. The building occupies a 6-acre site and has 23 classrooms with a total capacity of 550 students.