Fort Worth ISD
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.
Bus drivers in the Fort Worth ISD went through one last test of their routes before students started arriving for the first day of classes, to ensure that there were no issues.
Help is only a phone call away for parents in the Fort Worth ISD who have questions as school gets ready to start again for the new academic year.
Football and band practices are already underway at many North Texas schools. And while heat is typically the only health worry, this year also brings the threat of West Nile.
Many high school students across North Texas will head back to practices for football and band on Monday morning, just as the Metroplex enters its 10th straight day in the triple digit heat.
First the head of the Fort Worth ISD announced a district headquarters shake-up, then the district approved a $600 million budget for the coming school year, now Walter Dansby is out to give a monetary reward all district employees.
More than 200 employees of the Fort Worth School District will lose their jobs under a budget-cutting plan aimed at putting a dent in the district’s $41 million projected shortfall this year, school officials announced Tuesday.
The Main St. Fort Worth Arts Festival is bringing artists of all ages to Cowtown, including some very talented elementary school students.