Fort Worth ISD
Fort Worth school officials are hoping to replace an elementary built underground in 1970 to avoid noise from a nearby airport.
Kids in the Fort Worth ISD are heading back to school on Monday morning, and the district is ready for classes to begin.
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.
School bus drivers have been getting ready for the first day of classes on Monday. Buses in the Fort Worth ISD had practice runs on Friday, and students were encouraged to come along.
Fort Worth school board trustees will discuss an almost $500 million bond proposal on Friday, to determine if it will make the ballot.
Fort Worth ISD Superintendent Walter Dansby talks about new security measures in the school district, and other changes that could be coming in the near future.
The CBS 11 I-Team took a closer look at schools in our area, uncovering information on which districts have underground shelters, which don’t and why.
Community meetings are planned across Fort Worth during the next two weeks. The Fort Worth ISD says it wants to hear from as many people as possible to help create a new strategic plan.
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.