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  • The Fort Worth ISD participates in a redistricting process every ten years to guarantee equal voter representation through equal, or equivalent, population counts based on the most recent United States Census data. During this time, Fort Worth ISD Board of Trustees Single Member Districts are redrawn to reflect population growth or decline and other demographic changes. 

    A Board-appointed Redistricting Committee is hosting public town hall meetings to allow the community to ask questions and provide comments. 

    Cada década, Fort Worth ISD participa en un proceso de redistribución de distritos de la Junta para garantizar una representación de votantes equitativa según los datos más recientes del censo de EE. UU. Durante este proceso, los distritos de la Junta de un solo miembro se vuelven a rediseñar para reflejar el crecimiento o la disminución de la población o cualquier otro cambio demográfico. 

    Un comité de Redistribución de Distritos designado por la Junta de Educación de Fort Worth ISD tendrá dos reuniones generales para que la comunidad haga preguntas y nos de sus comentarios.

     

Town Hall Meetings

  • Join the Fort Worth ISD Board of Education-appointed Redistricting Committee for four community town hall sessions discussing redistricting to school board single-member districts.

    Two sessions were held earlier this fall: one online and one in-person at North Side High School. 

    The community is invited to participate in the online session or the in-person sessions or both on the following dates:

    • Virtual Town Hall
    •  In-Person Town Hall:
      • 6 p.m. Thursday, December 9 
        Arlington Heights High School Auditorium,4501 W. Freeway 76107
      • 6 p.m. Wednesday, December 15
        Dunbar High School Auditorium, 5700 Ramey 76112
      • 6 p.m. Thursday, December 16
        Riverside Middle School Auditorium, 1600 Bolton 76111

    Each decade, the Fort Worth ISD participates in a redistricting process of its single-member Board districts to guarantee equal voter representation. This is determined through equal or equivalent population counts based on the most recent U.S. Census data. During the redistricting process, Board single-member districts are redrawn to reflect population growth or decline or any other demographic changes. 

    Town hall participants will have opportunities to ask questions of committee members and comment on the redistricting process at each event. 

    Learn more about the redistricting process and its committee members by visiting fwisd.org/redistricting.

     


    Únase al Comité de Redistribución de Distritos designado por la Junta de Educación de Fort Worth ISD para cuatro reuniones generales con la comunidad para discutir la redistribución de distritos de un solo miembro de la junta escolar de FWISD. 

    Se llevaron a cabo dos sesiones a principios de este otoño: una en línea y otra en persona en la Escuela Secundaria North Side.

    Se invita a la comunidad a participar en las sesiones en línea, en persona o ambas en las fechas siguientes: 

    Auditorio de la Escuela Secundaria Arlington Heights, 4501 W. Freeway 76107

    • 6 p.m.; miércoles, 15 de diciembre

    Auditorio de la Escuela Secundaria Dunbar, 5700 Ramey 76112

    • 6 p.m.; jueves, 16 de diciembre

    Auditorio de la Escuela Intermedia Riverside, 1600 Bolton 76111

    Cada década, Fort Worth ISD participa en un proceso de redistribución de distritos de la Junta de un solo miembro para garantizar una representación de votantes equitativa. Esto se determina mediante recuentos de población iguales o equivalentes según los datos más recientes del censo de EE. UU. Durante el proceso de redistribución de distritos, los distritos de la Junta de un solo miembro se vuelven a rediseñar para reflejar el crecimiento o la disminución de la población o cualquier otro cambio demográfico. 

    Los participantes de las reuniones generales tendrán la oportunidad de hacer preguntas a los miembros del comité y comentar sobre el proceso de redistribución de distritos en cada evento. 

    Obtenga más información sobre el proceso de redistribución de distritos y los miembros de su comité visitando fwisd.org/redistricting.

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  • REDISTRICTING COMMITTEE

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Aracely Chavez

Aracely is former migrant worker that was raised between El Paso and Las Cruces, New Mexico. The daughter of Mexican Immigrants, she has always known that public education holds the key to success for all our families. A graduate of both TCU and Texas Woman's University, Aracely has also worked in both K-12 and higher education. Aracely has been a resident of District 6 since 1997 and both her children graduated from Southwest High School. Aracely currently works in the Department of Technology as the Executive Director of IT Training and Compliance. Aracely continues to be active in her community as a volunteer.

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Sergio De Leon

Judge Sergio De Leon currently serves as Tarrant County, Justice of the Peace, Precinct 5. Prior to his service on the bench, he served as Constable of Precinct 5 from 2001 – 2012. Judge De Leon is a graduate of both Texas Wesleyan University and the University of Texas at Arlington. He is married to Frances Granados and they have four children and three grandchildren.

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Norma Garcia-Lopez

Healthcare Professional, Community Organizer, raised in Fort Worth. Attended FWISD schools, graduated from Trimble Tech High School, earned a bachelor's in Business Mgmt. & Political Science from Texas Wesleyan University. FWISD Racial Equity Committee Member, involved in numerous local organizations and committees. A mental health awareness advocate, championing for social causes. Aunt of nieces & nephews that attend FWISD schools in the district. 

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Carlos Flores

Carlos Flores serves as Fort Worth Councilmember for District 2. He is a third generation Fort Worth native with deep roots in the community. He is a member of the All Saints Catholic church parish and Home & School Organization. Flores is a graduate of Nolan Catholic High School and attended The University of Texas at Austin to major in Aerospace Engineering and minored in Fine Arts and completed his degree studies at the University of Texas at Arlington. 

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Stacy Marshall

Stacy E. Marshall serves as President of Southeast Fort Worth, Inc. Prior to joining Southeast Fort Worth, Inc., Mr. Marshall served as President and CEO of an area chamber of commerce and worked in Business Development and as a Consultant for various nonprofit and for-profit organizations.

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Alice Miller

Alice Miller and her husband Mike have lived in District 7 since 1995. All six of their now-grown children attended FWISD schools (Ridglea Hills, Monnig and Arlington Heights).

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Judy Needham

Native of Fort Worth, graduate of Paschal HS and University of Texas in Austin. Served on Fort Worth ISD school board for 23 years,1996-2019.

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Frank Moss, Sr.

Franklin Moss is a native of Fort Worth, Texas.  He grew up on the eastside of Fort Worth and attended Dunbar High School. He has been active across the City and state. He has served thirteen years on the Fort Worth City Council. He is married to former School Board Member, Christene Chadwick Moss and they have three children, Edmond, Kimberlin, and Franklin Jr.

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Sara Pereda

Sara Pereda is a Fort Worth resident for the past 14 years and a FWISD mother. She is the US Surgical CFO at Alcon Vision LLC. With over 17 years of finance experience in the healthcare & retail space, Sara has helped drive various Finance initiatives. Sara is also a strong supporter of Alcon’s Diversity & Inclusion initiative, acting as the Executive Sponsor of Alcon’s Working Parents Employee Resource Group, and engaging as a member of other ERGs. Within the community, she is passionate about mentorship, and also serves as the Advocacy Chair for Daggett Montessori’s PTA. She is also an avid trail runner.