'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.
Fort Worth ISD Board To Vote On Sanctuary Schools ResolutionAmid questions surrounding President Trump's immigration policy, Fort Worth ISD trustees could decide tonight if the district should make their campuses "safe schools."
FWISD Board Approves Training Program Regarding Racial DisparityThe school board president called it a historic night for Fort Worth ISD.
11-Year-Old Girl Wins Fort Worth ISD Spelling BeeMaitri Kovuru of the McLean 6th Grade Learning Center took the crown in the “Area 6” group.
Fort Worth Making Progress In Childhood Obesity BattleHealth experts in Fort Worth say they have seen a drop in the number of obese children and the number of children at risk of being obese.
Dallas & Fort Worth ISDs Get 'D's From TEA Preliminary ReportThe Texas Education Agency released the grades they have given to each Texas public school and their respective school districts in what the agency is calling a "work in progress" report.
FWISD Principal Dies UnexpectedlyFWISD said James Wellman, the principal at Western Hills High School, died unexpectedly Thursday evening.
Fort Worth ISD Employee Has MumpsThe school district said the employee does not work on a school campus.
Fort Worth ISD Superintendent Signed To 5 More YearsFort Worth ISD Board of Trustees voted Tuesday to extend the contract of Superintendent Kent Scribner with a five-year commitment to fulfill the District's mission.