• FAMILY AND COMMUNITY RESOURCES

     

    The FWISD School-Based Health Centers/Family Resource Centers offer an expanding array of services removing health-related barriers to school success.

    Services include:

    * Individual and family counseling
    * Group counseling
    * Supportive and educational groups
    * Parenting education
    * Medicaid/CHIP application enrollment
    * Linkage to mental health providers inTarrant     County
    *Primary health care for qualifying students and younger siblings 

     

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  • ⇐ Volunteer!

     

    Voly is an easy-to-use, web-based system that will simplify and standardize parent and volunteer engagement across the District. 

     

    See The Jo Kelly Volunteer Page ⇐

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  • ⇐ Texas Transition and Employment Guide Links

     

    Transition Specialists perform a variety of duties in providing appropriate services to special education students preparing for life after graduation.

    The Transition Specialist serving Jo Kelly School  is  Tammy Bacca. Tammy.Baca@fwisd.org

     
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  • Student Support Services ⇒

    Fort Worth ISD Student Support Services (SSS) provide a comprehensive network of coordinated programs and interventions supporting the health, well being, and academic success of all students.

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  •  Open Doors Homeless Program ⇒


    OUR MISSION
    O.P.E.N. Doors and Fort Worth ISD strive to ensure a successful educational experience for students in homeless situations in the district by collaborating with parents, school personnel, and community resources to remove barriers, provide academic oppurtunities, and promote a healthy sense of self.

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  • Parents as Teachers ⇒

     

    Parents as Teachers is an evidence-based, home visiting model and parent education and support program that partners with parents to help ensure their children are healthy and ready to succeed in school and life

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  • Adult Education ⇒

     

    The Fort Worth ISD Office of Adult Education (OAE) and the Tarrant County Adult Education & Literacy Consortium (TCAELC) are committed to meeting the learning needs of our communities by empowering adults striving to improve their basic skills through adult education and to promote continued learning throughout their lives.

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