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FWISD Announces Stakeholder Survey Drawing Winners

The Fort Worth ISD has announced the winners of its 2018-2019 Fort Worth Stakeholders’ Climate Survey incentive drawing.

Winners were announced live via Facebook, Thursday, February 14.

The Family Communications Department partnered with the Grants Compliance and Monitoring Department to reward schools receiving a final response rate of 10 percent or higher for families completing the survey.

More than 50 schools met the goal and were entered into a drawing for personalized parent support valued at $300 that includes materials, parenting classes and a customized training of the winning schools’ choice to boost family engagement. Schools were also eligible for family-friendly gift baskets to distribute to a family attending a campus event – hold your own drawing.

The winners for the drawing are:

$300 Parent Support

  • Cesar Chavez ES
  • Tanglewood ES
  • Western Hills Primary
  • Polytechnic HS
  • Boulevard Heights and Transition Center
  • Washington Heights ES
  • Worth Heights
  • Alice Contreras ES
  • Daggett Montessori
  • Dolores Huerta ES
  • Kirkpatrick MS
  • Manuel Jara ES

Family-Friendly gift baskets (including games, a reading nook, household cleaning items, snacks and much more)

  • Natha Howell ES
  • South Hi Mount ES
  • Glen Park ES
  • McLean 6th
  • M.L. Phillips ES
  • North Hi Mount ES
  • Como Montessori
  • Sam Rosen ES
  • Middle Level Learning Center
  • Rosemont ES
  • TCC-South Fort Worth ISD Collegiate HS

From November 27 to December 21, 2018, the District administered its 2018-2019 Fort Worth Stakeholders’ Climate Survey in which it asked key stakeholders – students, parents, staff and community members – to share their attitudes and beliefs about FWISD’s climate and culture. Nearly 60,000 participants, completed the survey. A total of 70 schools were represented in the survey results.

The Grants Compliance and Monitoring Department is slated to release the survey results soon.


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