(Fargo, ND) -- Now that COVID-19 updates are becoming fewer and far between at Fargo School Board meetings, focus is returning to numbers the district normally follows in terms of gauging success.
The school board at their upcoming February 22nd meeting will outline graduation rates for the most recent school years and how they stack up to recent classes.
The number has historically been slightly then the state average. In just the past school year, Fargo High Schools posted a graduation rate of 84%, which was one percent higher than North Dakota's average as a whole state.
The school with highest graduation rate is Fargo Davies High School, with 94% graduation rate.
The board meeting takes place at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday af the district's new 7th street south offices. Other items on the agenda include a technology report, financial reports and a regular update from Superintendent Dr. Rupak Gahndi.