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Actor and singer William Martinez’s first language was American Sign Language, not spoken English. Martinez, who grew up in a deaf household, shared his story and the impact one teacher had on his life when he spoke to district employees at the Moorhead Area Public Schools’ all-staff assembly on Aug. 26.
Horizon Middle School’s Owen Anderson sings the national anthem at the opening of the Special Olympics track and field meet held May 15 at Moorhead High. Eight communities participated in the games. Moorhead students Jordan Vos, Cullen Durand, and Tate St. Louis were among those who competed. Read More »
Kindergarten registration for Moorhead Area Public Schools for the 2019-20 school year begins at 8 a.m. Feb. 6 at www.moorheadschools.org/enroll. Children must be five years old on or before Sept. 1, 2019. Read More »
With a history spanning more than 140 years, the story of Moorhead Area Public Schools is detailed on a 50-foot-long historical timeline in the lobby of Horizon Middle School’s Performing Arts Center. Representatives of graduating classes from each decade from 1940 to 2030 cut the ribbon to dedicate the history wall on Oct. 30. Read More »
Moorhead Area Public Schools had 6,987 students in grades K-12 report for school Sept. 4. This is 286 students more than last year’s opening enrollment. Read More »
At the Aug. 12 meeting, the Moorhead School Board moved forward with a construction plan for growth and learning by approving the ballot language for the district’s $110 million Nov. 5 bond referendum, which will provide students in grades 9-12 with safe, inviting and inclusive learning environments.
As a volunteer, Nadine Moon has helped with all aspects of the school supply drive. As a school social worker for Moorhead Area Public Schools, Moon picks up extra backpacks and distributes them to the Moorhead schools to have as families move into the district. Moon helped the United Way of Cass-Clay kick off this year’s 21st annual school supply drive July 9 at Scheels in Fargo. Read More »
Jump Start Preschool students draw self-portraits with two members of the Ellen Hopkins Elementary student leadership team when they volunteered in Jump Start classes last school year. Registration continues for Jump Start Preschool for the 2019-20 school year. Read More »
Join the Horizon West fifth and sixth graders as they present Disney’s “The Lion King Kids” on May 3-5. Tickets will be available for purchase at the door. Read More »
If you are concerned about a young child's development after reading through our recommended developmental milestones, please call our EIS at 284-3800.
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In partnership with families and the community, Early Intervention Services (EIS), which is located at Probstfield Center for Education, provides special education services at no cost to children in the Moorhead Area Public Schools ages birth to age of school entry. Licensed teachers, speech pathologists, occupational therapists and physical therapists respond to referrals to EIS with support to answer questions parents have about their child's development. EIS provides developmental assessments as needed and offers services upon meeting Minnesota special education entrance requirements. Professionals strive to provide services in settings with other children of similar ages.