Fargo Public Schools to work towards in-person instruction


Fargo Public Schools (FPS) has announced it will not make any changes to instructional learning in two weeks, keeping elementary school students at in-person instruction four days a week, beginning next Monday, and middle and high school students at hybrid learning, beginning today. The announcement is a result of today's FPS COVID-19 Instructional Plan Committee meeting.

"The committee reviewed data and discussed what protocols and changes need to be made in our schools to achieve the FPS COVID-19 Instructional Plan Committee’s goal to bring students back to the classroom for full-time in-person instruction," Superintendent Dr. Rupak Gandhi said in a letter to district families and staff.

The committee will now turn its focus to what is needed in the schools to reach in-person learning and under what conditions it would happen.