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Fargo schools experience spike in summer program participation

Fargo, North Dakota – The most populous city in the state is witnessing a significant increase in participation in the summer school program.

The city of Fargo reports a surge in enrollment numbers for both elementary and high school summer programs. Over 800 students, incorporating those from special education, are preparing for summer classes. These courses are designed to provide additional support to the students in key areas such as reading and math.

In the neighboring city of West Fargo, the summer school programs are experiencing similar growth. The student count has more than doubled, jumping from 400 enrollees in the summer of 2020 to over 900 in the present summer. This steady increase underscores the expanding commitment of these cities to enhancing their students’ academic achievement and skills development during the summer months.

Hobert Worrell

Greetings to all. Since the year 2011, I have been diligently rising at the crack of dawn to pursue the latest happenings within our community. My journalistic journey commenced with working for a multitude of print publications, until eventually, I recognized the vast potential the digital realm had to offer. Consequently, I embarked on the creation of my own online news outlet. Today, as a publisher at Fargo News Now, I bear the ultimate responsibility for ensuring the quality and integrity of the content that graces your screens.

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