Fort Dodge Community School District

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The First Day of School - from The Messenger

Duncombe Elementary School fourth-grader Syndal Castaneda Rogers, 9, had a small problem Wednesday morning as she spent the first few minutes of class trying to put all her school supplies away. The drawer in her desk was too small to hold it all, no matter how carefully she worked to...
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New School Year Begins with New Elementary Boundaries - from The Messenger

The Fort Dodge Community School District is beginning the school year with new boundaries for its elementary schools. The FDCSD board approved the boundaries in January. The boundaries directly impact where students are sent based on geographic location. The changes were made in part because students were not attending the...
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FDCSD to Host Meet and Greet with new Superintendent

July 23, 2018, Fort Dodge, IA- The Fort Dodge Community School District in collaboration with the Fort Dodge Schools Foundation, will host a Meet and Greet with Dr. Jesse Ulrich, the new superintendent, Thursday, August 2, from 7:00 – 7:40 a.m. at the new Duncombe Elementary, 1620 6th Avenue North....
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FDCSD Moves to Online Registration for 18-19: Registration Takes Place July 2-27

June 19, 2018, Fort Dodge, IA- The Fort Dodge Community School District is moving to an online student registration process for the 2018-19 school year. Registration for returning students must be completed online between July 2-27. Parents/guardians must have an Infinite Campus parent account to complete the registration process. Parents/guardians...
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At FDMS Display of Talent Ends Year - from The Messenger

There’s some very talented students attending the Fort Dodge Middle School. Some of them sing, some of them play instruments, some of them do magic tricks and few tell jokes. One of them can solve the Rubik’s Cube in no time. Degan Klindt, 14, an eighth-grader at the school, demonstrated...
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Books to Keep - from The Messenger

Half of the gym at Butler Elementary School got to serve yet another purpose Wednesday. Thanks to the work of reading teacher Stephanie Harvey, it became a book store. Sort of. The students browsing the tables of new books didn’t have to pay for them. Harvey organized the event to...
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