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Public Instruction film crew comes to Wolford School

May 26, 2017
Pierce County Tribune

Wolford Public School was selected by the North Dakota Department of Public Instruction to represent small, successful rural schools in the state of North Dakota. DPI recently brought a film crew to the school to showcase the innovate ways the students are excelling. In addition to the core curriculum, many students are enrolled with the Center of Distance Education, taking classes that pique their unique interests. Students in Wolford have taken various classes such as Animal Science, Agri-Business, Aviation, Game Design, Web Design, Gothic Literature, Beef and Swine Production and Art just to name a few.

Several students have enrolled in the new Drones class that is being offered next year.

 
 

 

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