• History

    Worth Heights Elementary School opened in 1954. Eight classrooms were added as a part of the 1956 Building Program. The building has undergone other additions as well, including the 1999 Bond Program, which added an enlarged administrative area, 10 classrooms, computer lab, and an enlarged teacher workroom.

    In 2007, volunteers from the Worth Heights community gathered for a "Community Build Day" and built a new playground.  The Worth Heights PTA spent five years raising funds for the playground, and volunteers completed 100 percent of the assembly.

    The school has won numerous academic awards.  It is a bilingual school with Dual Language Programs in Pre-Kindergarten through 5th Grade.  It is also a Ready Start school.

Principal

 Andrea Lange

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Andrea Lange

I am Andrea Lange and I am proud to have the opportunity to be your new principal! It is an honor to be asked to serve at a school that not only values academic excellence but also has such a strong school culture. I value what you have built and am looking forward to working alongside all of you.

I have proudly served FWISD the last 21 years. I began my school career at E.M. Daggett Elementary where I taught grades 2nd, 3rd, and 4th during my twelve years there. I was the assistant principal at Benbrook Elementary for three years and the last six years I served as the principal at J.T. Stevens Elementary.

I believe that a collaborative school environment is the key to creating successful teachers and students. I believe partnerships with parents and community partners are essential to enriching the experience at school. I look forward to continuing the excellence of Worth Heights Elementary.

During my free time I enjoy reading and spending time with my family.

Looking forward to a wonderful year!!

Mrs. Lange

 

Assistant Principal

 Irma Ayala

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Irma Ayala

Data Analyst

 Jennifer Nixon

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Jennifer Nixon