Fort Worth ISD
Do you want to know your child’s grades, or find out what is happening at their school today? There’s an app for that, at least if you live in the Fort Worth ISD.
Putting your children on a school bus can be a challenge for many parents. Who is behind the wheel is a big question?
The Fort Worth ISD will unveil a plan Friday to protect kids by adding more security at elementary schools. But the plan does not involve police officers.
After the tragic Connecticut school shooting that left 20 elementary school children dead, school districts across North Texas are sharing their safety protocols with parents.
It’s a hands-on learning experience that has students at four high-poverty North Texas schools using their organic gardens as a means to learn about everything from science, to math, to language arts.
Students in one North Texas school district are not only learning about the importance of fiscal responsibility they’re working with a local bank to become the “next generation of savers.”
Police in Fort Worth are asking for help from the public to identify and locate the man who exposed himself to a student walking home from school.
Childhood obesity is a challenge that familes and cities all over the country must face. But in Fort Worth, the mayor has unveiled a plan to get both kids and adults to live healthy.
School districts across North Texas are stepping up initiatives aimed at curbing bullying. The Fort Worth ISD wants to everyone to know that bullying hurts more than just students.
Experts say that bullying is a growing trend. In fact, government statistics now show that one in four kids in the United States are bullied on a regular basis.
After several weeks of planning, school districts across North Texas are welcoming back students on Monday morning, and the Fort Worth ISD’s new superintendent has high hopes.
The new school year is bringing new leadership to some of the biggest school districts in North Texas. Among them is Fort Worth ISD Superintendent Walter Dansby.