Fort Worth ISD Has 3 Goals For New School YearNearly two dozen North Texas school districts head back to class on Monday, including the 87,000 students in the Fort Worth ISD. The new school year brings some changes for Fort Worth.
Thousands Expected At The Tarrant County Back To School RoundupSome 10,000 underserved students are expected to make their way to downtown Fort Worth today for the Tarrant County Back To School Roundup.
Back To School 2017It's time to start getting ready for kids to go back to school.
New School Could Be Answer To FWISD OvercrowdingDuring a board meeting on Tuesday night, Fort Worth ISD superintendent Kent Scribner is expected to recommend that a new campus be built to ease overcrowding at Tanglewood Elementary School.
FWISD Selling Grand Pianos And Other Musical InstrumentsThe Fort Worth Independent School District is giving you the chance to purchase gently used pianos and other string instruments.
Fort Worth ISD Superintendent Recommends New Elementary SchoolSuperintendent Dr. Kent Scribner said at the next school board meeting on Tuesday, June 27, he plans to recommend the district build a new K through fifth grade school in the attendance zone of Tanglewood Elementary.
North Texas Schools Offering Kids Free Summer MealsWith school out for the summer, food has become a concern for many North Texas families. But there are programs in place to make sure that kids receive the same kind of meals that they do during the school year.
Fort Worth ISD School Locked Down After Gun ReportWestern Hills High School in the Fort Worth ISD was placed on lockdown Friday morning after reports of a student with a gun on a bus. Police were able to locate the student and the weapon.
'Ready For College' Summer Camp Offered For Fort Worth 8th GradersDuring the camp, students will be exposed to various collegiate campuses, business environments and community service projects
Community Meetings Scheduled for FWISD’s New Leadership AcademiesThe schools – Mitchell Blvd. Elementary School, John T. White Elementary School, Como Elementary School, Logan Elementary School, and Forest Oak Middle School --- will hire new teachers and administrators from a pool of educators who have been identified as the most highly-qualified in the district.
FWISD Pours Millions Into Low Performing SchoolsFort Worth school leaders are pushing an ambitious plan to pour $4.5 million dollars into a handful of campuses that have been rated low performing for years.
5 Schools To Become FWISD Leadership AcademiesFort Worth ISD received $1-million check from Rainwater Foundation to support the academies.