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The Moorhead School Board accepted construction bids for the three elementary school remodeling projects and heard updates on the construction of the district’s new schools at the Feb. 27 board meeting. Read More »
Kindergarten registration for Moorhead Area Public Schools for the 2017-18 school year will be Feb. 7-8, 2017. Children must be five years old on or before Sept. 1, 2017. Read More »
The Moorhead School Board heard an update on the construction of the district’s new schools from Dan Kleist, Gehrtz Construction Services, and Brian Berg, Zerr Berg Architects, at the Nov. 28 meeting. Read More »
Governor Mark Dayton read “Pete the Cat” to a Probstfield Elementary kindergarten class during his visit on the first day of school. Besides reading to students and sharing photos of his dogs, Dayton spoke to school and district leaders about the district’s Jump Start Preschool program and supporting students with mental health needs. Read More »
Liz Fritel’s experience growing up with younger twin siblings led to her interest in early childhood education. Fritel, a kindergarten teacher at Probstfield Elementary, is this year’s Probstfield Teacher of the Year. Read More »
Moorhead Area Public Schools is participating in the Summer Food Service Program for 2017. Meals will be provided to all children in the Moorhead area, ages 1-18, free of charge. Children may eat at any site.
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At its meeting on Feb. 27, the Moorhead School Board approved the calendar for the 2017-18 school year. Classes will begin Sept. 5, 2017.
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At the Jan. 9 meeting, the Moorhead School Board voted to appoint former member Cindy Fagerlie to the board until a successor is elected. The appointment of the new school Board members comes after the resignation of Laurie Johnson at the end of December 2016 when she moved out of state. Read More »
After interviewing 207 stakeholders and visiting 48 classrooms, the six-member AdvancED external review team provided Moorhead Area Public Schools with a recommendation for accreditation at the end of the three-day review on Nov. 2. The district’s early learning program also received a recommendation for accreditation. 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.