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Fort Worth ISD Board of Trustees to Host Community Meetings on Middle Schools Affected by Bond Program

The Fort Worth ISD Board of Trustees will begin the process of hosting community listening sessions with the families and students impacted by the bond program and the Capital Improvement Program.

The Trustees are engaging with parents and staff at the following middle schools to receive their feedback before making final decisions on how the bond program will be utilized:

  • Kirkpatrick Middle School
  • JP Elder Middle School
  • McLean Middle School
  • Daggett Middle School
  • Morningside Middle School
  • William James Middle School

Families will receive communication directly on meeting options.The 2021 bond and the Capital Improvement Program are a combined $1.2 billion dollar package aimed at improving facilities in Fort Worth ISD. The efforts largely focus on middle school campuses across the district to give students a better learning experience, reflect district enrollment trends, and improve security.

Potential changes impacting these campuses would not happen until the 2027-28 school year at the earliest. The Board of Trustees is seeking input at this time before making a final decision.

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