Weatherford Independent School District

Weatherford ISD schools and offices are currently closed.

Senior girls holding diplomas at WHS graduation.

Senior student wearing a Roo face mask at graduation.

Senior student with US Air Force graduation regalia.

School board member Greg Shaw and son, Blaine, at WHS graduation.

WHS principal Brannon Kidd and senior wearing a Roo mask at graduation.

Senior with hands in the air after receiving his diploma at graduation.

Senior girl smiling at graduation.

Three senior students with fireworks in the background.

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Support for Families

As we go through to the summer, learn some simple steps that you and your family can take to help each during this challenging time.

Link for Graduation Live Stream

We're planning to go live with the graduation ceremony between 7:00-7:15 this evening.
NEW YouTube link for the graduation ceremony is:
https://youtu.be/I08B5296i-U

Weatherford ISD Announces Summer Kanga Care Clinic Opening

School nurse and student consult with Dr. Welch in a Kanga Care Clinic

Starting Monday, Weatherford ISD’s school nurses will offer a summer Kanga Care Clinic as a healthcare option for Weatherford ISD students, staff and Parker County first responders including officers, fire and EMS.

The summer Kanga Care Clinic will be located at the Ninth Grade Center campus and will be open Mondays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from June 15 through August 3. School nurses will be available to diagnose and treat minor illnesses such as strep throat, ear infections, eye infections, flu, and mono. They also have the capability to monitor blood glucose levels. Once test results are received, patients will have a consultation with the Kanga Care physician, Dr. Steven Welch.

Those needing access to the summer Kanga Care Clinic will first schedule an appointment through the Parker County Hospital District by calling 817-458-3331. When patients arrive at the Ninth Grade Center campus, they should park in designated parking spaces located in the parking lot across from Kangaroo Stadium. Patients will then call a number to contact the school nurse and remain in their cars where the appropriate test will be performed. When a test result is available, Dr. Welch will be notified and the patient will be given a face mask and brought into the clinic for a consultation. Dr. Welch will provide all test results, care plans, and any other guidance to Kanga Care Clinic patients.

Nurses will wear personal protective equipment at all times and will follow a strict cleaning process.

For more information on Weatherford ISD’s Kanga Care Clinics, including eligibility, consent forms, and fees, please click on the headline.

Weatherford ISD campuses and offices are currently closed. If you have questions, please contact Kathleen Durham with the Parker County Hospital District at 817-599-1320.

WHS Graduation Ceremony

The graduation ceremony for the WHS Class of 2020 will be held on Saturday evening at Kangaroo Stadium! We will also be live streaming the ceremony on the Weatherford ISD YouTube page.

Senior students or parents who were unable to pick up graduation tickets from Weatherford High School may pick them up from the Kangaroo Stadium Ticket Office on the following days/times:

Friday, June 12th from 7:30 am – 9:30 am
Saturday, June 13th from 8:00 am – 10:00 am

The final time to pick up graduation tickets will be 4:30 pm on Saturday from the Activity Center at the Ninth Grade Center.

*Children 2 and under will not need a ticket for entry.

A Message from Dr. Rees

Dear Weatherford ISD Community,

Hello Weatherford, Texas!  My name is Beau Rees and as of Monday, June 1st, I am the new superintendent of schools for Weatherford ISD.  A few of the many qualities that attracted me to this fine city (besides the incredible school district) are the salt-of-the-earth people, the hometown feeling, and the strong sense of community pride. These traits are hard to find, and we are all blessed to live, work, learn, and play in Weatherford.

To read the entire message, please click on the headline.

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