Fargo Public Schools has announced plans to transition its students to new phases of educational learning.

At the COVID-19 Instructional Plan Committee meeting earlier this morning, it was decided that secondary school students would transition to a hybrid learning model, moving from their current all-distance learning model, on October 19. For elementary students, the transition to in-person learning from hybrid instruction will take place on October 26.

Superintendent Rupak Gandhi says getting kids back to school is a "community effort," asking all community members to "be a part of the solution."