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Distance Learning Plan

Distance Learning Plan

In accordance with the North Dakota Department of Public Instruction interim guidance and the Governor’s Executive Order, which was released during the week of March 23,...

E-Learning

E-Learning

Hello Everybody, I hope everyone is doing well and staying healthy. This is an extraordinary time for our community, state and our nation. While we have no way to...

School Update

School Update

Dear New England Public School Families, During the past week, in preparation for the possibility of school closing due to COVID-19, our faculty and staff have been...

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Lori Fitterer

Lori Fitterer

about 18 hours ago

The two required classes all seniors must pass to graduate are PDP and English. The vast majority of seniors have not logged onto the PDP coursework as of Monday, March 30. Please check with your senior. While the situation we are in is less than ideal, the graduation requirements remain the same. Diplomas will NOT be issued to those who do not pass. We are less than eight weeks away from the end of the fourth quarter. If your senior hasn’t logged in yet, strongly encourage him or her to do so and to get into contact with Mr. Fritz.

Lori Fitterer

Lori Fitterer

about 22 hours ago

When students in Grades 4-12 are using Microsoft Teams, the BEST browser to be operating in is CHROME. Your students will have far fewer technical difficulties.

Lori Fitterer

Lori Fitterer

1 day ago

If you have candid snapshots from this school year or pictures of what your children have been doing during the school closure and are willing to share them, Ms. Mansfield is looking for yearbook material. Email the picture along with names and description of the photos to Ms. Mansfield. Thank you!

Lori Fitterer

Lori Fitterer

4 days ago

Congratulations, everybody! We made it through three days of online learning! The amount of effort this has taken on everyone’s part—students, parents, staff, teachers—is staggering! We really ought to take a moment to commend ourselves and appreciate how we’ve come together to help make this situation bearable. There are definitely kinks in the system, and we all need time to establish a new routine. It’s very important to remember to be patient with ourselves. This is not a perfect situation—at best, it may seem like an overwhelming situation. We are in this together whether we are students, parents, staff, or teachers. Let’s remember to have realistic expectations, to keep our sense of humor, to strive to do our best, and to live in the moment. While it may seem like it at times, this situation will not be forever. Together as students, parents, staff, and teachers—we’ve got this! Let’s roar, Tigers!

Julie Opdahl

Julie Opdahl

4 days ago

The New England Booster Club Raffle Winner for March 27th is - - - Michael Dinius - Redding CA! $100.00! Nice COVID-19 Friday Surprise!! view image

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