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Weatherford ISD Summer Meals Program

WISD summer meals for children ages 18 and younger kicks off on Monday, June 5th and runs through July 21st.

Registration for this program is not required and children do not have to attend a Weatherford ISD school to participate. Children must be present to receive a meal; no grab and go options will be available due to USDA guidelines.

Healthy Summer Meals Locations and Serving Times
Ikard Elementary
June 5 – July 21
Lunch: 12:00-1:00 pm
*Meals will not be served July 3rd or 4th
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Graduation Ceremony for the WHS Class of 2023

We're so excited to host the graduation ceremony for the WHS Class of 2023 at Kangaroo Stadium on Thursday night! Tickets are required for entry and have been distributed to our senior students.

Again this year, the graduation ceremony will be livestreamed. The livestream will be active just before 8:00 pm and may be access from

Please be aware that a 5-minute fireworks show will be held immediately following the ceremony, between 9:30-10:00 pm.
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Last Day of School and Early Release Times

The last day of school for all students is Thursday, May 25, 2023 and is an Early Release Day for all campuses.

Early Release Times:
Elementary 11:50 am
Middle School 12:05 pm
High School 12:20 pm
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School Board Approves Positions

The Weatherford ISD Board of Trustees approved the promotion of Dr. Kady Donaghey as the Assistant Superintendent of Student Services at their Regular Meeting held on May 15, 2023. Dr. Donaghey came to Weatherford ISD as the Director of Career & Technical Education in 2017 and most recently served as Executive Director of College, Career & Counseling for the District. In March, she was named the Region IV Administrator of the Year by the Association of Career and Technical Education.

The school board also approved Brittenie Polk to serve as the Director of Adult Education and Literacy for Weatherford ISD. Ms. Polk replaced Donnie McGowan who is retiring after 22 years. Most recently, Brittenie Polk served as the Director of Elementary Education. She has held teaching, Assistant Principal, and Principal positions throughout her career and currently serves as the Director of Curriculum in Weatherford ISD. She holds a Master of Education from Abilene Christian University and has over 18 years of service in public education.
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The mission of the Weatherford ISD is to educate, engage, and empower all students in a safe and positive learning environment to discover and reach their greatest potential.


Weatherford ISD will be the leader in educational and innovative opportunities for all students.
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1. We value and respect all students, employees, parents, partners, and our community.
2. We demonstrate visionary leadership.
3. We engage in and promote personal and organizational learning.
4. We make data-driven decisions.
5. We practice ethical behavior and personal integrity.