Fan Attendance at Otter Events

A limited number of General Public Tickets will be available on event days starting at 2:00pm. Please use the links below to purchase tickets. *THERE WILL BE NO TICKETS SOLD AT THE DOOR. This is for HOME EVENTS ONLY. Away events are still limited to two per participant.

Use the link above to stay up to date with all activity schedule changes, broadcast, and streaming information.


Course Registration for 2021 - 2022 is now happening for students in grade 8-11!

Updated February 12, 2021

Pre-registration materials (Course Guide Book and Registration Sheet) were handed out in class during the week of Feb. 8 - 12.

Distance Learning Students: Please pick up your packet in the Counseling Office as soon as possible. If you would prefer not to come all the way into the building, packets can be left in the District Office upon request. If you cannot arrange for pick up, please contact Jayna in the Counseling Office to have your child's packet mailed home. 218-998-0544 Ext. 9603 or email

A full breakdown of the registration schedule, along with "How to register" videos can be found on the KSS Counseling page then select Course Registration

Wed. Feb 17th - Current 9th graders will enter their course requests during English classes

Thur. Feb 18th - Current 8th graders in Mr. Arens, Per. 3, 4, 5 / Mrs. Aanerud, Distance Learning Per. 3 & Per. 4 (in-person)

Fri. Feb 19th - Current 8th Graders in Mr. Arens, Per. 6, 7, 8 will enter their course requests

Mon. Feb. 22nd - Current 10th & 11th graders will enter their course requests during History/Social Studies classes

Registration Forms MUST be signed by a parent/guardian

Student must bring their own CHARGED chromebook to class to enter their requests

High School Tutoring Available

Updated February 3, 2021

Attention High School Parents and Students: Tutoring is available!

The KSS Media Center will be open from 3:20-4:30 (M-Th), 3:20-4:00 pm (F) after school for any high school students that want to come in for a place to study, complete assignments, with tutoring available as well.

High School Saturday School is also available for any HS students that want tutoring assistance from 8:30 am until 11:00 am. Several High School Adult Tutors will be available, so please report to the KSS Media Center to check in. Students will be directed to a high school classroom for assistance.

Here's an excellent tutorial that can help students and families be more successful in online learning. We encourage EVERYONE to watch!

Distance-Hybrid Learning

FFHS Announces Triple A Award Winners

The Fergus Falls High School would like to congratulate Noah Tarczon and Ellie Andersen for being selected as the 2020-2021 Triple A nominees. The Triple A Award honors high school seniors throughout the state who have a 3.0 or higher GPA and who participate in Minnesota State High School League sponsored athletic and fine arts activities. Both applications were sent on to compete against 16 other schools in Region 8AA.

The top two award finishers from each region will be invited to a recognition banquet in March where four statewide Triple ‘A’ Award winners will be announced. All finalists will also participate in an on-court ceremony during the Class AA Championship game of the Boys Basketball State Tournament. Statewide winners from Class A and Class AA schools will also receive a four year $1,000 scholarship.

FFHS is very excited to announce that Ellie Andersen was selected as the female Triple A representative from Region 8AA! This means Ellie is now in the top 8 in the state and will move on to compete statewide with Class AA.

Noah Tarczon

Noah has a career GPA of 3.938 while taking over 10 college and AP courses. He has participated in both digital design and pottery and finished 2nd for his digital artwork in a school wide competition. Noah has also participated in hockey and tennis. He plans on studying computer science at the University of Minnesota Twin Cities College of Science and Engineering.

Ellie Andersen

Ellie has a career GPA of 3.986 while also taking 9 college courses. She has been involved with Band and Choir and participated in solo/ensemble and large group contests. Ellie has been a varsity hockey player since 8th grade and a varsity soccer player since 9th grade. She is a Captain in both sports and has earned All-Conference honors multiple times. She competed as a sophomore on the 2019 Girls Hockey State Tournament team, winning the Consolation Championship. Ellie is undecided on where she will attend college but plans to continue her education and hockey career at the collegiate level.

Learning Model Changes

January 12, 2021

There will be Learning Model changes for KSS students, starting next week.

GRADES 9-12:

On January 19th our 9-12 students will begin a new learning model. ALL distance learners will have class on Tuesday and Thursday, (January 19th and 21st). We will welcome back all face to face learners to the building on Wednesday, January 20th.

As a reminder, there is NO SCHOOL on Monday Jan. 18th and Friday Jan. 22nd.


There will be no school for any students on Monday, January 18 and Friday, January 22.

For hybrid learners in grades 7 and 8, Tuesday will be an in-person day for the Maroon group and Thursday will be an in-person day for the Gold group.

For our distance learners in grades 5 through 8, the schedule will remain the same on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday.

Attention Parents/Guardians of 7th & 8th Grade!

Jan. 5, 2021

Middle School Saturday School is now available for ALL 7th & 8th grade students who are having difficulties staying current with their assignments or in need of a tutor. The tutors consist of licensed KSS Teachers and Support Staff. Students should report to the KSS Media Center when checking in.

Dates of Saturday School sessions are: Jan. 9, 16, 30 and Feb. 6, 13, 20, 27 beginning at 8:30am and ending at 11:00am.

Keep in mind that the school does not provide transportation to and from Saturday School.

December Otter Update

December 18, 2020

Meal Program update

December 4, 2020

Fergus Falls Public Schools is pleased to announce that for the entire 2020-21 school year, breakfast and lunch will be provided to students at no cost, regardless of income or meal status. This is for both in-person and distant learners. Food Services is not the only program driven by Applications for Educational Benefits so we still need families who might qualify to complete and submit their applications for Educational Benefits if they haven't already. You can get to that form HERE, or request a paper copy at any school.

All school meals are provided free regardless of income at all locations as well as off campus meals provided by the district for the 20-21 school year.

We offer free weekly bulk meals to pick up for 100% distance learners, Hybrid learners, IQ Academy, home schoolers, children not enrolled in school and students who attend other area districts with modified learning models but reside in Fergus as long as they are 18 and under.

To sign up for bulk meals and to get the most up to date Food Services information please visit Also Like and share us on Facebook at Otter Food Services.

Together We Can Keep Kids in School!

November 30, 2020


Thanksgiving at Our House

November 25, 2020

The 6th grade choir members at KSS know that Thanksgiving might look a little different this year but they are still finding much to be thankful for. Friends, family, FOOD, school and singing together all top their lists. What are you thankful for this holiday season?

Thanksgiving at our House.mp4

Veterans Day Program - November 11, 2:00pm