Weather Update - May 21
At this time, weather data indicate diminished storm activity in the Weatherford area.
As it turns out, there was no need for the campuses to take emergency precautions this afternoon.
Schools will dismiss and buses will run at the regular times.
Thank you for your continued support or our efforts to maintain safe learning environments.
Weather-related information for May 21
The National Weather Service has announced a tornado watch for North Texas. Presently, there are storms north and west of our area and thunderstorms are likely this afternoon.
We wanted to make you aware that we have been in direct contact with our AccuWeather meteorologist who has confirmed that there could possibly be severe storms in our area later today between 2:00-3:00 p.m.
All of our campuses are equipped with access to weather data and two-way radios that enable us to communicate with safety officials in Weatherford. We will continue to closely monitor the weather throughout the day.
If severe weather enters our area, our campuses will shelter in place and follow prescribed safety procedures, and we will communicate with parents and staff using our emergency notification system.
Dr. Joshua Tarbay sworn in as new WISD Board member at May 17 special-called meeting
Weatherford ISD Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent Debby Riebe (right) swears in newly-elected Board member Dr. Joshua Tarbay in a special-called meeting Friday in the District Services Building Boardroom.
Dr. Tarbay will participate in his first Board meeting on June 20 beginning at 7 p.m. in the DSB Boardroom.
Also pictured are Susan Tarbay, wife; and daughters Brenna Kate and Morgan Marie (photo by DERIK MOORE).