April 7, 2020
Starting Your Day
The start of your student’s day will set them up for success. Ensure your student has breakfast and settles in for some quality distance learning. If you are in need of meals, the School District has set up 70 different pick-up spots for students to receive free breakfast and lunch, visit www.moorheadschools.org/covid-19 for details. Students in K-4 will have a welcome video each morning from their teacher. This video will not only help them lay out a plan for their day, but it will also create a sense of connection. Students in Grades 5 through 12 will utilize Powerschool for assignments, class sessions and google hangout meetings.
The distance learning system is set up for flexibility. Each home will have a different way of making their learning environment successful. Set aside time for students to finish assignments, but also allow for time to get in movement and fresh air. It is also helpful to designate a space for learning and establish rules while “in class” like no TV, games or cell phones. Pay attention to how your child is settling in and provide them support while they settle into a new normal.
A technology help desk has been set up for students to help navigate learning platforms, district-owned Chromebooks or other technology issues related to distance learning. For technology questions, students or parents can contact the help desk at (218) 284-3400 or email@example.com.
Powerschool, the learning platform that Moorhead Area Public Schools has used for the last 9 years, will remain the main source for information. Students and parents can log in to get assignments, stay in touch with teachers and much more.
Moorhead Area Public Schools thanks parents, students and the community for their resilience and flexibility during these unprecedented times. It has taken a team effort from everyone to ensure our students receive the quality education they need and deserve.
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.
March 15, 2020
This year’s Moorhead Spud Boys Hockey team can boast a number of accomplishments. With 13 seniors having played together since youth hockey, they tallied 21 wins...
March 14, 2020
Moorhead traveled to Cannon Falls for the State Weight Lifting tournament on March 7 to compete with 18 other teams and as part of 112 lifters.
March 11, 2020
Students looked around at each other with excitement as a balloon-wielding parade entered the large band room at Horizon Middle School.
March 3, 2020
What started out as a project on immigrants and refugees in Fargo Moorhead became a beautiful study in human connection, the similarities and differences we have ...
March 3, 2020
A group of twenty-four junior and senior students spent a week touring different area businesses this month exploring careers, career paths and job opportunities.
March 2, 2020
We are aware of the coronavirus concerns of our community, as well as the recent statements from the CDC and the World Health Organization (WHO).