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Lifelong Learning

Moorhead Area Public Schools Celebrates National School Nurse Day

Published May 6, 2020

Thank you to our hardworking school nurses that keep our students healthy and provide them a safe place to go when they don’t feel well. Our school nurses are an important part of the Spud team.

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Horizon East Student Pays It Forward

Published April 28, 2020

Eighth-grader and 2020 Prudential Spirit of Community state honoree Addie Loerzel is wise beyond her years. Already giving the gift of happiness and hope to others, her cupcake stand raises funds to make dreams come true.

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Teamwork Brings Meals And Security To Students

Published April 23, 2020

Earlier this month we had the chance to ride along for a behind the scenes look at feeding students during the COVID-19 school closure. Between March 18 - April 16, over 39,000 meals have been served because of the hard work and dedication of many individuals.

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Meet Our Team: Julie Frank, District Assessment & Federal Programs Coordinator

Published April 21, 2020

Adventurous and dream-filled Frank will leave you wondering what accomplishments you should put next on your list. She is a creative thinker, with life experiences that will keep you wanting to get to know her more.

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Horizon West Spuds Learn The Gift of Giving Back

Published April 15, 2020

Students learn essential skills and empathy while they support fellow students and friends at the Spud Store. A community group continues the spirit of giving back as needs increase during this pandemic.

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