Fort Worth ISD is back with in-person instruction – and the emphasis is on learning acceleration!
The District will soon offer Saturday Learning Quest – targeted learning opportunities for academic growth and social emotional support over 14 Saturdays in the 2021-22 school year.
First, second, and third-graders are eligible to participate. Students will take part in a day of rigorous, active instruction in literacy and math designed around engaging themes. Young learners will also enjoy enrichment opportunities such as classes in art and music, physical activities, labs and visits to the District’s mobile STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) units.
Saturday Learning Quest is for any first through third-grade student.
There will be incentive prizes for attendance as well as weekly giveaways of books and other academic materials.
While children are involved with their activities, Saturday Learning Quest will also offer family support. There will be Adult Education classes, Parent University, as well as prizes for parent engagement.
Free transportation is available and students will receive both breakfast and lunch on each Saturday.
A total of 24 elementary schools will host Saturday Learning Quest, representing each school pyramid, from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Saturday Learning Quest Schools
- Harlean Beal
- Edward Briscoe
- Alice Contreras
- Clifford Davis
- George C. Clarke
- Diamond Hill
- Dolores Huerta
- Glen Park
- W.M. Green
- Manuel Jara
- Lowery Road
- T.A. Sims
- South Hi Mount
- Van Zandt-Guinn
- Waverly Park
- West Handley
- Western Hills
- Worth Heights
Principals will soon reach out to selected students and their families, but will also provide information for the entire first through third-grade student population.
If you are a parent interested in signing up your Fort Worth ISD student, please visit this link