Fort Worth Independent School District
Schoolyard fights are nothing new. While most last just seconds they can now live forever online. A Facebook page called “Fort Worth Fights,” was created last year and spotlights fight after fight taking place at different Fort Worth ISD schools.
Voters had no problem passing a Fort Worth ISD bond proposal worth nearly $500 million. They approved all three parts of the package that includes money for new classrooms, technology upgrades and new school buses.
Fort Worth’s school board decided to put nearly half a billion dollars worth of projects on a ballot in November. Voters will have several choices to make — not only about how much they’ll spend but what they’ll spend it on.
Six North Texas school children are being treated for injuries after their school bus collided with another vehicle.
With the right words, one Fort Worth high school senior will win a brand new car. Everyday a shiny new 2013 Honda Civic sits on campus and steals the attention of students at Western Hills High School.
A car crossing into oncoming lanes of traffic along a busy Fort Worth boulevard sends a school bus into a nearby house.
Some students in the Fort Worth Independent School District spent part of the morning serving as taste testers for possible new cafeteria food items.
An old political campaign claim about the low high school graduation rate of the Fort Worth school district has recently reappeared on signs around the TCU campus.
Fort Worth is one of nine in the country to receive a $760,000 grant for after school programs.
There are some new job opportunities in the Fort Worth Independent School District. Tuesday afternoon administrators announced that they are now hiring teachers and other workers from outside the district.
First the head of the Fort Worth ISD announced a district headquarters shake-up, then the district approved a $600 million budget for the coming school year, now Walter Dansby is out to give a monetary reward all district employees.
Hundreds of Fort Worth teachers leave their schools this week not knowing when — or if — they’ll return. Major scheduling changes district wide mean new assignments for the teachers, maybe new teaching roles including being moved to substitute teacher.