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Fort Worth ISD School Board Trustees Sworn In

Tobi Jackson

Following an official canvassing and acceptance of the May 6 voting results in the recent Fort Worth ISD Board of Education election, three returning members took oaths of office at the May 17 special Board meeting. District 2 representative Tobi Jackson, District 3 Quinton “Q” Phillips, and District 6 Trustee Anne Darr will continue to serve the District for the next four years.  

Current president and District 2 representative Tobi Jackson, was the first to take the oath of office. President Jackson was first elected in 2010 and is serving her fourth term with the District. Sherepresents east Fort Worth, including Eastern Hills and Polytechnic High Schools.  

Q PhillipsNext to assume official duties for a second term was District 3 Trustee Quinton “Q” Phillips. Mr. Phillips’ district encompasses FWISD schools in southeast Fort Worth, including Dunbar High School (his alma mater) and the Young Men’s Leadership Academy.  

Anne Darr

District 6 Trustee Anne Darr ran unopposed. She will continue representing District 6 for a secondterm. District 6 schools are generally in south Fort Worth, including South Hills and Southwest High Schools, and the Alice Carlson Applied Learning Center.

A June 10 runoff election for District 5 was called at this meeting after no candidates received a majority of votes during the May 6 election.

“I extend my warmest congratulations to our reelected trustees,” said FWISD Superintendent Angélica M. Ramsey. “With unwavering dedication, we will continue our shared mission of creatingan environment where every student in the District can flourish, ensuring a brighter future for their success and nurturing their dreams."