• Campus Contact for Military Families:


    The military student point of contact on campus is Principal Matthew Bradford. He can be reached at 817-815-1400 or john.bradford@fwisd.org.  


    Military/Base Liasion for Military Families:


    Burton Hill’s military base contact/liaison is Heather Jaynes. She can be reached at 817-782-1873 or ftworthsl@us.navy.mil.




  • Burton Hill Elementary has multiple events throughout the year recognizing our military families and community. 

  • Burton Hill Elementary welcomes all military families including those who have been transferred to our local military base, NAS JRB. Any parent or guardian who is an active-duty member of the armed forces of the United States, or part of the reserve armed forces, may establish residence and enroll children in Fort Worth ISD. 


    All that is required is for the parent/guardian to provide a copy of a military order requiring your transfer to a military installation in or adjacent to the district’s attendance zone. The parent or guardian has up to 90 days after the arrival date specified in order to provide Fort Worth ISD with proof of residence. 


    Thank you for choosing Burton Hill Elementary. We aim to support you and your children, as you join our community and school. 


    About the Military Family Liaison

    The Military Family Liaison is recognized as one of the strongest supports for addressing the social and emotional needs of military parents, families, and communities.  

    The Burton Hill Elementary campus contact's major duties and responsibilities:

      • Integrate the Military child into the campus.
      • Reports to the principal or his/her designees, on transitional issues for the parent or child.
      • Communicates with principal, teachers, students and parents. 
      • Exercises emotional stability patience, tact and good judgment in all situations. 
      • Interact with students on campus.
      • Models good oral language. 
      • Serves as a District advocate to the military community.
      • Keeps the military leadership aware of district, family, and school issues.
      • Advocates and provides program information and support to military families.
      • Interacts with Military parents.
      • Upholds and adheres to safety rules and policies of the safety & security program. 
      • Supports the goals and objectives of the school district and follows all district policies. 
      • Demonstrates the ability to attend work on a regular and routine basis to avoid disruption to district operations.
      • Performs other duties as determined through discussion with the supervisor. 
      • Provide optimal customer service to all students, employees, parents, community, members and any other stakeholders of the district.