Employee Resources

  • Inside FWISD-- September 29, 2022

    Posted by Britney Johnson on 9/29/2022

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    Check out the following stories and information in our latest edition of  Inside FWISD:


    • Superintendent Debuts Monday Message
    • FWISD David K. Sellars Elementary School Celebrates “A” State Accountability Rating with Community Event: Join us un honoring student and staff’s commitment to excellence and hard work
    • Board Revises 22-23 Traditional Intersession School Calendars: Election Day is Now a Holiday for Most Students, Professional Development Day for Staff
    • Free Employment Replacement Badges Available
    • First Six Weeks Report Cards Available Online This Friday
    • H-E-B Excellence in Education Awards Offer Educators Up to $25,000 in Cash Prizes!
    • Earn $3,000 Through FWISD’s Bilingual/ESL Certification Incentive Stipend Program
    • Dunbar, Western Hills to Appear on CW33 High School Football Showdown Tonight
    • Take the Shot, Protect Yourself From Illness: FWISD Offers On-Site Vaccination Clinics for Employees Through Oct. 27
    • Take Advantage of These October FWISD Training Opportunities
    • Fostering Future FWISD Educators: Luncheon celebrates student academic achievement, introduces higher education possibilities
    • Do You Know About These FWISD School Namesakes?
    • Free Food Drive Event This Friday at Metro Opportunity HS
    • Let Your Voice Be Heard: Take the ESSER Survey
    • FWISD in the News: FWISD Curriculum Coordinator’s Son Credits Her with His NFL Success; YWLA Alumna Talks About Open Doors Thanks to an Internship She Received in High School
    • Photos of the Week: Fidelity Investments Volunteers, Donates to Morningside MS; Dallas Mavericks GEM Program Visits Dunbar HS; Hispanic Heritage Month; Saturday Learning Quest; S.S. Dillow ES School Garden; Bill J. Elliott Kicks Off House Day
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  • FWISD Superintendent Lone Finalist Expected to Sign Contract at Special Board Meeting Tonight

    Posted by Fort Worth ISD on 9/20/2022

    The Fort Worth ISD Board of Education will hold a special board meeting today, Sept. 20, during which trustees are expected to finalize the hiring of Dr. Angélica M. Ramsey as the District’s 21st superintendent. dr. angélica ramsey headshot

    The meeting begins at 5:30 p.m. at the Fort Worth ISD Teaching and Learning Center, 1050 Bridgewood Drive, Fort Worth.

    According to the agenda, trustees will vote on one item: Consider and Take Action to Approve the Superintendent's Employment Contract and Other Related Agreements for Dr. Angélica Ramsey.

    Dr. Ramsey was named the lone finalist for the position of Superintendent during a special board meeting on Aug. 30. This, in turn, was followed by a 21-day waiting period as mandated by state law.

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  • Inside FWISD-- September 15, 2022

    Posted by Fort Worth ISD on 9/15/2022




    Check out the following stories and information in our latest edition of  Inside FWISD:


    • District Announces New Principal Network Coaches, Pyramid Principal Leaders
    • Celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month
    • Take the Shot, Protect Yourself from Illness: FWISD Offers On-Site Vaccination Clinics for Employees Through Oct. 27
    • Have Questions About Replacing Your Employee Badge? We’ve Got Answers!
    • Display Your School Spirit for FWISD’s College Colors Day
    • Dive Into Tarrant County History at Billy W. Sills Lecture Series 2022-23 Kickoff this Saturday
    • Let Your Voice Be Heard: Take the ESSER Survey
    • FWISD in the News: P-TECH; Hiring Fair; Handle with Care Program and more
    • Photos of the Week: Hiring Fair; Saturday Learning Quest; Board President Participates in Women Who Lead Our City Panel; Patriot Day; Grandparents Day; Hispanic Heritage Month Celebration; TAFB Food Distribution event
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  • Replace Your Lost or Stolen Employee Badge for Free

    Posted by Fort Worth ISD on 9/12/2022

    District Team Members,

    The safety of our students and staff is a top priority for Fort Worth ISD. A keyfwisd logo component of our safety plan centers on all employees wearing a District badge. Badges enhance security in several critical ways such as physical site security and clear identification of District employees. Using badges also allows students, parents, staff, and community members to visually confirm that individuals are associated with the District and have a cleared a background check, which increases District and community confidence.

    In support of this top District priority, the Division of Talent Management is offering no-charge replacement badges to any employee with a lost or broken badge from Monday, September 12 through Friday, September 30.

    Badges are available from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sept. 12-30 at:

    Division of Talent Management

    100 N. University Dr.

    Fort Worth, TX 76107


    *Employees who need assistance outside of business hours are encouraged to call Talent Management for scheduling assistance.

    All personnel are encouraged to take this opportunity to replace their broken or lost badge, free of charge, for a limited time. Beginning on Monday, Oct. 3, the $25 badge replacement fee will be reinstated.

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  • Inside FWISD -- September 8, 2022

    Posted by Fort Worth ISD on 9/8/2022

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    Check out the following stories and information in our latest edition of  Inside FWISD:

    • Replace Your Lost or Stolen Employee Badge for Free: Badges are Available at No Cost Sept. 12-30 
    • FWISD is Looking to Hire Campus Monitors, Plus Other Positions: On-the-Spot Jobs Available Saturday
    • Professional Learning Offers FLEX Credit Courses this September for FWISD Teachers
    • FWISD Releases 2022-23 Attendance and Data Clerk Training Schedule 
    • Let Your Voice Be Heard: Take the ESSER Survey
    • Get Set to Celebrate Education: Go Get It Week
    • FWISD Launches Campaign to Make Sure Students Are Compliant with State Immunization Requirements
    • High Schools: Start Planning Your Voter Registration Event 
    • Parent Leader Recognized with State Heroes for Children Award 
    • FWISD in the News: FWISD Wears Maroon and White to Stand in Solidarity with Uvalde; Saturday Learning Quest Impact; FWISD Graduates Receive $10,000 Rainwater Charitable Foundation Scholarship; Superintendent Lone Finalists Shares Her Goals and Priorities for FWISD; Get to Know Dr. Angélica M. Ramsey
    • Photos of the Week: FWISD Stands with Uvalde; Western Hills ES Launches House System  
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  • Inside FWISD-- September 1, 2022

    Posted by Fort Worth ISD on 9/1/2022



    Check out the following stories and information in our latest edition of  Inside FWISD:

    • Dr. Angélica Ramsey Is Lone Finalist for FWISD Superintendent: Final Board Action Expected in Coming Weeks
    • Dr. Scribner to Teachers: ‘You are the heartbeat of our District’
    • Beloved FWISD Chief Retires After 40 Years of Service
    • MUNIS Financial Software Goes Offline This Week to Initialize Salary, Payroll Information 
    • Staff Day Friday; District Closed Monday for Labor Day
    • On-the Spot Jobs Available at Sept. 10 FWISD Hiring Fair Event 
    • Local Police to Receive Free Admission to FWISD Athletic Events
    • FWISD in the News: Superintendent Lone Finalist Announced
    • Photos of the Week: District Names Lone Finalist for Superintendent; Pastors for Texas Children Presents Award to Outgoing Superintendent Dr. Kent P. Scribner; Dr. Scribner Through the Years at FWISD; Sherry Breed’s Retirement Celebration; Mrs. Breed Through the Years at FWISD
    • Video of the Week: Dr. Angélica Ramsey Addresses the Press After Lone Finalist Superintendent Announcement 
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  • Inside FWISD -- August 25, 2022

    Posted by Fort Worth ISD on 8/25/2022

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    Check out the following stories and information in our latest edition of  Inside FWISD:


    • Trustees Name Karen Molinar as Interim Superintendent of the Fort Worth ISD
    • Why I Serve: FWISD Trustee Ryan Tells the American School Journal
    • Highlights from Tuesday's Board of Education Meeting
    • How's the Safe Return to In-Person Learning Plan Working Out? Let Us Know Your Thoughts, Take the Survey
    • Curious About the New Administration Building? Get a Sneak Peek and Tell Us Your Thoughts
    • FWISD Makes First Bond Sale for 2021 Capital Improvement Projects: $138.9 Million Will Support a New Elementary School in Benbrook, Architect Fees for Design of Other Bond Projects
    • If You Are a Highly Qualified Educator, You Could Earn Thousands
    • Look Who Made Fort Worth Magazine's 2022 Top Teachers List
    • Level Up with B.O.S.S. Training
    • Don't Miss This Chance! Apply Now for Alternative Certification Tuition Assistance
    • Teachers: Use this Study Guide to Prepare for the Ellis Island Production at Bass Performance Hall
    • Free Resources for Educators!
    • FWISD in the News
    • Videos of the Week
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  • Inside FWISD -- August 18, 2022

    Posted by Fort Worth ISD on 8/18/2022




    Check out the following stories and information in our latest edition of  Inside FWISD:


    • First Day of School for FWISD: Greeting Students, Meeting Parents, and Thanking Teachers
    • Official: FWISD Improves Its State Rating to a B
    • FWISD Superintendent Search Continues with Upcoming Board Workshop Meetings Set for Aug. 18-20
    • Don’t Delay! Benefits Open Enrollment Portal Closes Tonight
    • Fort Worth ISD Principals and Teachers Needed for Saturday Learning Quest: Highly Qualified Educators Could Earn Thousands
    • Blue-Ribbon Committee to Support Fort Worth’s Safety and Security Plan: Law Enforcement, Health Care, Business and Education Leaders Will Provide Insight, Advice
    • Interested in Sharpening Your Tech Skills?
    • Fort Worth ISD Schools Receive Supply Boxes from Kroger
    • FWISD in the News: FWISD First Day; Superintendent Scribner’s Last First Day of School; FWISD Earns B Rating; Hundreds Attend Race to Register; First FWISD Black Board of Education Trustee Honored with Street Sign
    • Photos of the Week: FWISD First Day; Hundreds Attend Race to Register; FWISD Back to School Event Features Free Haircuts, Backpacks; 200 Seniors Receive Diplomas at 2022 Summer School Graduation; Surprise Donation; 2022 Convocation Events; Inaugural Brown Impressions School Supply Drive Supports FWISD Students  
    • Videos of the Week: First Day of School at TCC South/ FWISD Collegiate High School; Summer School Graduation 



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  • Inside FWISD -- August 11, 2022

    Posted by Fort Worth ISD on 8/11/2022

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    Check out the following stories and information in our latest edition of  Inside FWISD:

    • FWISD Presents Safety and Security Update for the New School Year
    • Fort Worth ISD Trustees Elect Board Officers
    • Internet Connectivity Issues on the FWISD Wi-Fi Network
    • Educators and Students Help Spread a Short but Important Message: Attendance Matters
    • FWISD Back to School Event Offers Support for Families
    • Historic Southside Back to School Event Features Free Haircuts and Backpacks
    • Convocation Like You’ve Never Seen It!
    • FWISD Repurposes Portable Building to Address Community Need
    • Have Benefit Enrollment Questions? Here’s Where to Get Answers: Get Help Making Your 2022-2023 Insurance Coverage Elections Through Aug. 18
    • Are You a MUNIS Financial Software End-User? : Find Out When the System Will Be Offline For Year-End Processing 
    • FWISD Mourns Loss of An Original Central Administration Bilingual Educator
    • FWISD in the News: Safety and Security Updates; FWISD Looks for Federal Rebates to Purchase Low-Emission, Zero-Emission Buses; User-Friendly Bus Locator Map; Early Reading Program; Changes to School Meal Program
    • Video of the Week: Diamond Hill Back to School Resource Fair, Sponsored by District 9 Trustee Roxanne Martinez, Draws Hundreds of Families
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  • New Employee Interface for Absence Reporting-SmartFind Express

    Posted by Fort Worth ISD on 8/1/2022

    Valued Employees,


    Fort Worth ISD’s absence reporting system, SmartFind Express, will have aabsencereportingimage new look beginning the 2022-2023 school year. Upgrades include:

    • A streamlined and intuitive user interface
    • A mobile app that allows for creating and reviewing absences on the go
    • An option for substitutes to receive and accept job offers via text message

    We trust that you will find the new interface user friendly and easy to navigate, simplifying the absence reporting process. Your log-in credentials will remain the same and these upgrades will be visible to end users on Monday, August 15.


    You can view a helpful video outlining improvements to the system, available in both English and Spanish, to get a sneak peak of what’s to come! In addition, SmartFind Express upgrades will be part of the annual YES! Conference training for administrative, secretarial, and clerical staff.


    Should you need assistance during the transition, call the Central Calling team at 817.814.2780 for personalized support.


    Thank you for reporting absences promptly, reducing the rate of jobs left unfilled by substitutes, and increasing student achievement.

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