Congrats to FDSH girls bowling team on the State Championship and to Leah Sanck on her individual championship. Congrats, too, to Kaleb Anderson for qualifying for the boys state meet.
Health and Fitness Learning
Preschool students at Riverside ELC are learning about the various aspects of our community from guest speakers including one from Iowa Specialty Hospital Dietitians
World Read Aloud Day
School Resource Officer Johnson read a story to Duncombe Elementary 3rd grade students as part of their World Read Aloud Day celebration
An ISU Educational Talent Search TRIO program representative provides academic, career, and financial counseling to freshman students and encourages them to graduate and continue on to a post-secondary school of their choice
FDMS students are not only learning science, they are learning teamwork, communication, collaboration and more working together
Butler Elementary students use the computers to help build literacy and 21st century technology skills during their library special
Ms. Alstott's third grade class at Feelhaver Elementary has been "Certified Kind" by competing acts of kindness at school
FDSH students learned about the ICCC Career Academy welding, fabrication and engineering strands that offer them 2 years of free college credit in a set career path
Cooper Elementary 3rd graders read stories to the residents of the Marion Home to help develop their fluency and expression skills
FDMS students showcased their book projects ranging from board games, to wanted posters to dioramas and more over the book "Esperanza Rising"
The Fort Dodge Community School District serves over 3,600 students in one early learning center, four elementary schools, one new middle school and one high school. Being a Dodger has become synonymous with a quality and diverse education that allows students to succeed in academics, the visual and performing arts, athletics and various activities.