Weatherford Independent School District


Superintendent's Student Advisory Council and Jonathan Hutcherson

Braden Robertson and Jake Beaird Advance to State Powerlifting Meet
Medalists at the State Wrestling Competition
WHS Powerlifting Team
Head Football Coach Billy Mathis Speaks to Optimist Club

Martin Elementary 4th Graders on Texas Independence Day

Mr. and Miss WHS:  Lane Gilley and Avery Shifflett

News and Announcements

STAAR Test Tips

In Weatherford ISD, we believe the STAAR test is just one measure of a student’s academic progress. Nevertheless, STAAR testing days can be especially stressful for both students and parents. Below are some tips to help you help your child approach this week’s STAAR test dates like it’s just another school day.

1. Get plenty of rest!

Studies continue to show the correlation between a good night’s sleep and academic performance. It’s recommended that children ages of 6 to 13 get 9-11 hours of sleep; for teenagers it’s 8-10 hours.

Tip: Turn off electronics about an hour before bedtime.

2. Get organized.

A rushed and hectic morning could potentially have your child stressed before even entering their classroom.

Tip: Help your child select clothes, prepare lunches, and get school supplies ready before going to bed.

3. Eat Breakfast.

Multiple studies show that students who eat breakfast tend to be more alert and ready to learn in the classroom.

Tip: Plan for your child to eat breakfast at home or school.

4. Support and encourage.

Encourage your child to relax and to approach STAAR test days like any other school day. Your child’s teacher(s) has been preparing them for this moment.

Tip: Do a quick review with your child to reassure they are prepared for the test.

5. Write your child an encouraging message

“You’ve got this!” Knowing you are rooting for them, can boost your child’s confidence.

Tip: Consider putting a note of encouragement in your child’s backpack or text a message to your child before they begin testing.

Kindergarten Registration for 2017-2018 Announced!

Begin your child's love of learning at Weatherford ISD!
Kindergarten Registration for the 2017-2018 school year will be Thursday, April 20, from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. and also from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. at any of the District's seven elementary campuses.
Incoming kindergartners must be 5 years old by Sept. 1, 2017, and parents/guardians must be residents of Weatherford ISD. For additional information, please click on the headline.

WHS Band Concert, Bake Sale & Silent Auction

The Weatherford Band Fan Club will host a fundraising event that includes a concert, bake sale and silent auction on Saturday, April 1 from 5-8 pm in the Durant Auditorium on the WHS campus.

WISD Geography Bee Winners Announced

Weatherford ISD students in grades 4-8 are encouraged to participate in the National Geographic Society’s Geography Bee by taking a written test each spring. The top students at each campus then advance to the District Geography Bee with the winner advancing to the state competition. This year’s District Geography Bee will be held at the Ninth Grade Center on Friday, May 12. To view the list of students representing their campus at this competition, please click on the headline.

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JV Boys and Girls Golf @ Brock Spring Invitational
Date: 3/27/2017
Location: Sugartree Golf Club, Lipan
Varsity Boys and Girls Golf @ Brock Spring Invitational
Date: 3/27/2017, 2 PM 3 PM
Location: Sugartree Golf Club, Lipan
English 1 STAAR EOC (anyone retesting)
Date: 3/28/2017
STAAR Testing - Grades 4/7 Writing; Grades 5/8 Math, English 1
Date: 3/28/2017
Hall Middle School Tennis VS Azle Middle School @ NGC
Date: 3/28/2017, 4 PM
Location: NGC Tennis Courts
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