We want your feedback! Please take a moment to complete the following short survey about the start of the 2016-2017 school year. Thank you for providing responses that will identify areas where we are excelling and areas where we may need improvement. Click on the headline to access the survey link.
We need your input as we begin designing the 2017-2018 Weatherford ISD school calendar. To take the survey, click on the headline.
The Weatherford High School choir began the competition season this fall with 33 students auditioning for places in the All Region, All District and 9th/10th grade District Honor Choir. Of those, 18 earned a spot in a District or Region Ensemble and 8 have advanced to the 3rd round of the All State competition.
All Region Choir Members and advanced to Pre Area
Sop 1 Jenny Smith, 3rd Chair
Sop 2 Bethany Mikles, 5th Chair Alto 1
Rachel Ward, 4th Chair
Jana Zacharias, 11th Chair
Maggie Glenn, 13th Chair Bass 1
Alex Cook, 2nd Chair
Cody Coen, 14th Chair Bass 2
Baker Wilson, 13th Chair
District Treble Choir Members
Persethemone Jones-Banks, Soprano 1
Hayley Vantine, Alto 1
Taylor Fite, Alto 2
Deirdre Callahan, Alto 2
9/10 Honor Choir Members
Clara Chestnut, Alto (first chair in her zone)
Sydney Looper, Alto (second chair in her zone)
Haley Davis, Alto
Jasmine Garcia, Alto
Dylan Worsham, Tenor
Like many other school districts in the metroplex and across the nation, Weatherford High School has been tagged on a social media accounts referring to clowns. These anonymous “clown” posts are similar to other social media postings and are widely considered to be a hoax.
While there have been no threats to our students or facilities within these posts we know these messages may be concerning. We want our families and community to know that the safety of our students and staff is our highest priority.
Weatherford ISD administrators and the Weatherford Police Department School Resource Officers have been made aware of the social media chatter. If you notice anything unusual or have any information related to the posts, please contact the Weatherford ISD Student Services Department at 817-598-2803 or the Weatherford Police Department.
Any person who is involved in creating and posting messages that create a disruption to our learning environment will be subject to disciplinary action and prosecuted to the fullest extent possible.
Weatherford ISD will accept an NFL commemorative golden football from Raymond Schoenke, Weatherford High School Class of 1959, during the pre-game activities on Friday, October 7th at Kangaroo Stadium. Fans are encouraged to arrive early and be in their seats for this presentation that is scheduled for 7:15 pm.
For more information on Mr. Schoenke's pro football career, please click on the headline.