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  • Inside FWISD -- July 22, 2021

    Posted by Fort Worth ISD on 7/22/2021




    In our latest edition of Inside FWISD, you will find information about:

    • FWISD Announces 2021-22 Campus Principal Assignments
    • Fort Worth ISD Students, Parents and Educators Asked To Provide Input on Technology: Survey Is Now Open
    • What You Need To know: Benefits Department Answers Open Enrollment Call Center Questions
    • Munis Financial System To Go Offline For Year-End Processing August 13-16
    • Record Number Of FWISD Teachers Apply For Chairs For Teaching Excellence Awards
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  • WHHS Alum Earns USAF Pilot’s Wings

    Posted by Fort Worth ISD on 7/19/2021

    Congratulations to Western Hills High School alumnus U.S. Air Force 1st Lt. Valentin Hinojosa, who recently earned his pilot’s wings. pic1

    The 2014 WHHS alum graduated from the U.S. Air Force Pilot Training at Vance Air Force Base in Enid, Oklahoma on Friday, July 16, fulfilling a childhood dream. 1st Lt. Hinojosa started Specialized Undergraduate Pilot Training (SUPT) at Vance Air Force Base in late 2020. On July 16, 2021, his mother pinned his wings on him in front of the T-6 Texan II, an aircraft in which he logged more than 115 hours of flight instruction. 

    In attendance for the ceremony was retired U.S. Air Force Col. Russell Malesky, WHHS senior aerospace science instructor.

    “[1st Lt. Hinojosa] goes on now as a fully rated USAF pilot to advanced flight training and assignment to the operational aircraft he will fly in our defense as the greatest nation in the world,” Col. Malesky said. pic2

    Upon graduating from Western Hills, 1st Lt. Hinojosa spent one year at the New Mexico Military Institute. He was appointed to the U.S. Air Force Academy and graduated in 2019. As a WHHS student, 1st Lt. Hinojosa served as Group Commander in the campus Air Force JROTC and participated in Aviation Honors Ground School.






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  • 2021-2022 Benefits Annual Open Enrollment

    Posted by Fort Worth ISD on 7/15/2021 9:00:00 AM

    The 2021-2022 Annual Open Enrollment will begin on Tuesday, July 20, 2021 and will end Friday, August 20, 2021

    All changes made during the Annual Open Enrollment period will be effective September 1, 2021.

    The 2021-2022 Annual Open Enrollment information will be available online at www.mybenefitshub.com/fortworthisd on Tuesday, July 20, 2021.

    We encourage you to consider any changes in your life that may affect your insurance and benefits needs, and make the best possible enrollment choices for you and your eligible family members for the 2021-2022 plan year.

    If you have questions about this communication, please email benefits@fwisd.org or call 817-814-2240.

    >> Open Enrollment Benefits Packet


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  • New FWISD Ads Push Families to Register Students for Fall

    Posted by Fort Worth ISD on 7/15/2021



    Commercials Send a Reminder That Classes Begin – Fully In Person – August 16

    With the start of school only one month away, Fort Worth ISD is relaunching its Rediscover Fort Worth ISD television, radio and social media campaign to get students registered for the 2021-2022 school year.


    New commercials – in English and Spanish – send five important messages to families:

    1. Register your students now for fall 2021. All students, new and returning, must register.
    2. Mark your calendars for August 16the first day of the new school year
    3. Fort Worth ISD is back fully in-person this school year.
    4. Thousands of students will be returning to many renovations and new additions to our schools – all part of the District’s 2017 Capital Improvement Program (CIP).
    5. Our Gold Seal Choices are better than ever.


    Watch the spots below:


    Rediscover FWISD TV :30 seconds – English


    Redescubre FWISD TV:30 - Spanish

    Choices include industry-driven P-Tech pathways and Early College High Schools, where students can earn both a high school diploma and an associate degree. Connections with our amazing partners provide opportunities for internships and networking.

    Billboards in prominent locations also urge parents to register their children at www.fwisd.org/register.

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  • Fort Worth ISD Partners with The University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth (HSC) as New Secondary Science Teaching Chair Sponsor

    Posted by Fort Worth ISD on 7/15/2021

    The University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth (HSC) is the newest sponsor in the 2021-2022 Fort Worth ISD Academic Chairs for Teaching Excellence award program. UNTHSC is the title sponsor of the Chair for Teaching Excellence in Secondary Science.  logo 

    The University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth representatives will sit on the selection committee to review and score teacher applications and teacher video demonstrations, and they will participate in the finalists’ panel interview to name the 2021-2022 winner. The winning teacher in this category will receive a $5,000 cash award and the title of Chair of Teaching Excellence for one year. 

     “The University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth is a strong supporter of the Fort Worth Independent School District, especially related to science and health curriculum,” said Superintendent Kent. P. Scribner.  “They know the importance of giving students work-based opportunities and exposure to many careers in the health and science fields.  Fort Worth ISD is proud to collaborate with UNTHSC at Fort Worth, and we are grateful for their continued commitment to our students, teachers, and community.” 

    “Preparing today’s children to become the doctors, scientists and researchers of tomorrow begins early in their education and is accomplished through the hard work and dedication of our outstanding teachers,” said Dr. Charles Taylor, Provost and Executive Vice President of The University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth.

    “Science is at the core of helping us live our best lives every day through our overall health and well-being,” Dr. Taylor said. “At HSC, we provide the final tier of science-based education for future generations to become outstanding health care providers and professionals.  We are honored to be a part of the ‘Chair for Teaching Excellence in Secondary Science’ program as it emphasizes the importance of integrating science in all students’ curriculum throughout their entire educational journey.”

    Each year, the Fort Worth ISD Chairs for Teaching Excellence rewards outstanding classroom teachers in 16 categories. Dedicated business and community sponsors have provided cash awards since the program’s inception in 1994.  

    Each category has its own selection committee. Teachers selected as finalists undergo a rigorous evaluation process based on their application; a teaching demonstration recorded on video; and an interview session with their respective selection committee. 

    Each Teaching Chair’s campus will receive a banner to display in a prominent location. An awards luncheon will be held in November to recognize all winning teachers and their sponsors. In addition, a photograph of each winner will be on display at the FWISD Teaching and Learning Center for one year. 


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  • Inside FWISD -- July 15, 2021

    Posted by Fort Worth ISD on 7/15/2021



    In our latest edition of Inside FWISD, you will find information about:

    • FWISD Employee Benefits Open Enrollment Beginning July 20
    • Inside FWISD Format Changes Course
    • STAAR Eliminates Grade 5, 8 Math and Reading Retention and Retesting Requirements: Testing Calendar Updated to Reflect Change
    • Reporting Calendar Informs Employees of Work Start, End Dates
    • Stepping Up: Leadership Academy at Como ES Nurse  Commits Life To Helping Others



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  • Get Ready for the First Day of School Now at the Rediscover FWISD Online Registration & Resource Fair for Families

    Posted by Fort Worth ISD on 7/14/2021


    Reignite your child’s passion for learning, re-engage with your school community, and reimagine all the Fort Worth ISD has to offer during the Rediscover FWISD Online Registration Support and Resource Fair.rediscover fwisd

    This two-day event takes place at the Wilkerson-Greines Activity Center on Friday, July 16 from 2 to 7 p.m. and Saturday, July 17, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.  The resource fair will be an interactive and comprehensive mall of everything families need as they head back to school.

    Remember, Fort Worth ISD returns to ALL in-person classes on Monday, August 16!

    Families can expect the following helpful services:

    • Online Registration Support
    • Back to School/Book Giveaways
    • District Resources
    • Community Resources
    • School Immunizations
    • Vital Records/Birth Certificate Retrievals

    “We look forward to families reconnecting with Fort Worth ISD. We have two simple goals for this event – we want to make the Back to School registration process easy and seamless, and we want to re-invite our parents to the Fort Worth ISD community” said Jennifer Perez, Director of Family and Community Outreach and Marketing.

    If you would like to volunteer or just want more information on this event, please contact the Family and Community Outreach and Marketing Department at 817-814-2970.

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  • Limited Slots Available for FWISD’s July Professional Networking Events

    Posted by Fort Worth ISD on 7/12/2021

    Stand out and make your application for a career with Fort Worth ISD sparkle by attending one of two Professional Networking events this July. logo

    Register today for an exclusive one-on-one virtual session with Fort Worth ISD Human Capital Management personnel from 1-2 p.m. on July 15 or 29.  Limited slots are available and are first come, first serve. 

    Hosted twice monthly, the Professional Networking virtual sessions offer prospective employees and current employees looking to enter a new District role an exclusive 15-minute one-on-one session with Central Office Staffing Coordinator Patrick Taylor or a HCM representative to discuss what to expect when applying to FWISD, a resume review and feedback, insights for a future career and much more.  

    For additional Professional Networking details, click here.

    Visit www.fwisd.org/careers for additional career information or call 817-814-HIRE.


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  • FWISD Seeks PK-12 School Leadership ED

    Posted by Fort Worth ISD on 7/8/2021

    Bilingual educational leaders—


    Fort Worth ISD is seeking experienced, high-performing district leaders to apply for the position of PK-12 School Leadership Executive Director. The individuals filling these critical leadership positions will be responsible for many aspects of campus management within a pyramid of schools including:logo

    • Instructional Leadership
    • Executive Leadership
    • Continuous Improvement
    • Evaluation and Feedback
    • Alignment of Goals and Feedback
    • School Culture Development
    • Personal Self-Evaluation
    • Maintaining the Organizational Vision


    *You can learn more about the specific details of the job description at the HCM website. 

    Qualified candidates will have a minimum of 4 years campus principal experience in urban settings. Experience in all levels, PK-12, is strongly preferred. 

    If you think you would be a good fit for this exciting, high-impact leadership challenge, you are encouraged to apply today!

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  • FWISD Culinary Arts Teacher To Receive Educator Excellence Award at the Texas Restaurant Awards This Weekend

    Posted by Fort Worth ISD on 7/8/2021

    Natasha Bruton, a culinary arts and food science teacher at Fort Worth ISD’s Trimble Tech High School will receive the Educator Excellence Award at the Texas Restaurant Awards in San Antonio this Sunday.bruton

     The Educator Excellence Award is presented by the Texas Beef Council. It recognizes educators who’ve made “significant contributions to culinary education through both an unwavering dedication to their students and a strong presence in their community,” according to a statement recently released by the Texas Restaurant Association. The award includes a complimentary registration to the Culinary Educators Training Conference, $1,000 for Ms. Burton’s Texas ProStart program, travel and registration to this weekend’s festivities in San Antonio and a crystal trophy, according to the TRA. 

    “Educators like Natasha can make a huge impact on students' lives and their future careers,” said Chef Patrick Costello, Chef Instructor for the Department of Tourism, Hospitality, and Culinary Arts at St. Philips College and Chairman of the Texas Restaurant Foundation in a recent statement. “We are grateful for her compassion and dedication to her students and proud to present her with this award.”  

    Ms. Bruton has been an educator in the Fort Worth ISD 14 years and a ProStart educator more than a decade, according to a recent Fort Worth Business Press article. The Culinary Arts program at Trimble Tech High School is a FWISD Gold Seal Program of Choice. 

    She is among five people from Fort Worth being recognized in San Antonio this weekend during the Texas Restaurant Awards at the Lone Star Bash event. It is part of the TRA Marketplace, the largest trade show and educational conference in the southwest Unites States region. For additional information about the festivities, check out this recent article by the Fort Worth Business Press.

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