The communications department works under the direction of the superintendent and is involved in community and public relations, internal communications and media relations. The district's communications coordinator works closely with administration and staff to inform employees and the public about what is happening in the district. The department publishes the district and special publications such as the district calendar and annual report, handles media requests, creates content and updates the district website and announcement e-newsletters, and maintains the district's social media presence on Facebook and Twitter.
Consistency in language, style and identity standards are vital to convey the district's mission. A strong visual identity projects a distinctive look and creates a lasting impression. Consistent use and application of the district's visual identity is critical to building and maintaining familiarity with Moorhead Area Public Schools. Moorhead Area Public Schools has licensed and is trademarking its district, M and Spud mascot logos. Logos may be used through licensed vendors in accordance with the district's licensing agreement with U.S. Licensing. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
April 7, 2020
The distance learning system is set up for flexibility. Each home will have a different way of making their learning environment successful.
April 2, 2020
Meet Josh St. Louis, Principal of S.G. Reinertsen Elementary School. His upbeat and energetic presence brings positivity and excitement into every interaction. As a firm believer in having fun, it’s his mission to make school...
March 30, 2020
After Minnesota Governor Tim Walz announced schools would be required to close and create a distance learning plan, Moorhead Area Public Schools went right to work. It took a strong team working around the clock
March 25, 2020
Moorhead High School student Noah Brush has restored and rebuilt cars since he was 14-years-old. His hard work and dedication paid off at the end of March when he took home the first-place trophy.
March 17, 2020
Teachers blow their whistles to signal the start of the game. Third and fourth grade students jump into action as they work together towards a win.