Fort Worth ISD
Walter Dansby has been an employee of the Fort Worth ISD for some 40 years. But now, the head man’s time as superintendent is about to come to an end. After submitting his resignation, Dansby’s role as superintendent will officially end next week.
Twenty-four after his resignation some Fort Worth parents are still trying to figure out why the school district superintendent is leaving his job. While FWISD school board members met, a group of parents gathered across town at a local bookstore.
In a move that angered and surprised many people at Monday night’s board meeting, Walter Dansby stepped down from his position as the chief of Fort Worth schools.
Trustees with the Fort Worth Independent School District are talking about Superintendent Walter Dansby’s future. They called a special meeting to discuss his contract, but a lot of what they are saying will happen behind close doors.
A major shake-up could be coming to the Fort Worth ISD. Board trustees are set to meet Monday to discuss Superintendent Walter Dansby’s future with the district.
Some students from Paschal High School in the Fort Worth Independent School District have been showing off some mad science skills at the National Science Bowl.
The mariachi band from North Side High School stopped by the CBS 11 News studio before a big competition against 14 other bands on Thursday.
In front of Eastern Hills High School in Fort Worth, as students head inside, a group of activists stand just steps away trying to teach and preach their message.
Kaylan Brumfield of Arlington Heights High School in the Fort Worth ISD was named December’s Wingstop Scholar Athlete of the Month.
Educators at Daggett Middle School in Fort Worth have formed an alliance between gay and straight students in response to the bullying that can be found on school campuses.
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.
The Fort Worth ISD is in the third year of a unique campaign to combat bullying. The ‘It’s Not OK’ campaign teaches students to have respect for others, and the students are heavily involved.