As an AmeriCorps tutor, you’ll implement strategies every day to build reading or math skills of children in need. You’ll work one-on-one or in small groups during the school day to help keep students from falling further behind.
Tutors may earn a living allowance, education award, and federal student loan forbearance, and will have the chance to make a real difference in the life of a child.
Want to learn more? Visit the Minnesota Reading Corps or Minnesota Math Corps websites.
The minutes of the June 27, 2016 school board meeting: Read more ›
Minutes of the June 13, 2016 school board meeting: Read more ›
It’s GRADUATION WEEK!
The Area Learning Center (ALC) ceremony is Thursday, June 2 at 7pm in the KSS Auditorium, with a reception to follow at the ALC cafeteria.
The KSS graduation ceremony is Friday at 7pm, held in the KSS Gold Gym.
Congratulations, graduates! We’re so proud of you!
Graduations Set for the Class of 2016
The Fergus Falls Public Schools will host two graduation ceremonies this week. The Alternative Learning Center will hold their graduation ceremony beginning at 7 pm on Thursday, June 2 at the Kennedy Secondary School Auditorium. The large graduation ceremony, which includes the Fergus Falls High School, the ALC and iQ Academy Online School, will be held at the Kennedy Secondary School’s Gold Gym starting at 7 pm on Friday, June 3.
Congratulations to the following staff members for being selected the Most Influential by the Class of 2016: Elementary – Niki Welde and Mark Boen; Middle School – Renee Erickson and Gary Hoffbeck; High School – Ethan Soland and Elizabeth Abrahams; and Support Staff – Brenda Hanson and Hannah Lehmann. They will be recognized by the seniors during the graduation ceremony on Friday.
Congratulations to the Adapted Bowling Team!
The State Adapted Bowling Tournament was held at Brunswick Zones in Brooklyn Park. The Otters took four bowlers to the State Meet. The participants included Amie Kerr, Daylon Jensen, David Gerner and Josh Stengrim and were coached by Gary Schuler. Read more ›