Weatherford Independent School District

Monday, January 18, 2021 is a school holiday for students and staff in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.

News and Announcements

Early Release Day - Friday, January 15, 2021

The next early release day is right around the corner on Friday, January 15th.

Early Release Day School Times:

Elementary: 7:50 am - 12:20 pm
Middle: 8:00 am - 12:30 pm
NGC/High School: 8:15 am - 12:55 pm

Bus transportation and daycare vans will be provided at the early dismissal times stated above. Parents are encouraged to confirm the need for daycare services with their daycare provider before January 15th.

Weatherford ISD will again offer early release daycare for elementary students for the afternoon of January 15th from 12:20 – 3:20 pm. Please click on the headline to complete the WISD Daycare Form by Wednesday, January 13th at 5:00 pm if you would like your child to participate.

You may also copy and paste this link into your browser:
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Weatherford ISD is Hiring!

Weatherford ISD is hiring substitute teachers, custodians, child nutrition staff members, bus drivers, and bus monitors. If you or someone you know is interested, please follow this link or click on the headline to apply.

Substitutes : Non Degree – $85/day |Degree – $95/day | Certified Teachers - $100/day.
Child Nutrition: $11.00 hourly
Custodial: $12.20 hourly
Bus Drivers: $19.00 hourly
Bus Monitors: $12.00 hourly
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2 Hour Delay - Monday, January 11, 2021

With temperatures expected to be below freezing in the morning and precipitation continuing through this evening, all WISD campuses will delay the opening of school by 2 hours on Monday, January 11, 2021.

Buses will run 2 hours later than normal. This delay allows our bus drivers to have maximum visibility to avoid problem areas on the road. It also keeps students out of the pre-dawn cold.

Your safety remains our highest priority. Our Maintenance Department will ensure entries to our buildings are safe. While most roadways are clear and safe for travel, parents should use discretion if it is unsafe to travel from their home. Parents of teenage drivers should also use discretion and advise their children to use extreme caution if driving to school.
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Medical City Weatherford Holiday Card

Congratulations to the following middle school students whose artwork was selected for Medical City Weatherford’s holiday card!

1st Place - Reggie Schultz, Tison Middle School; Art Teacher - Mr. Golightly
2nd Place - Asiya Biggs, Tison Middle School; Art Teacher - Ms. Nash
3rd Place - Hannah Lammers, Tison Middle School; Art Teacher - Mr. Golightly

For the past 10 years, the hospital has collaborated with Weatherford ISD middle school art classes inviting our students to contribute artwork for their annual holiday card. Students from Hall and Tison submit entries and a panel of judges from Medical City Weatherford selects the winners. This isn’t an easy task. They literally spent hours in debate because the artwork of our students was so outstanding!
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WISD School Calendar Survey for the 2021-2022 School Year

Weatherford ISD Families, Staff, and Community Members,

During the fall semester, members of the District Education Improvement Committee (DEIC) made up of teachers, parents, community members, and District administrators, spent time discussing proposed calendars for the 2021-2022 school year. Based on their feedback, two draft calendars were developed.

Public school calendars must show 187 days for teachers and a minimum of 75,600 instructional minutes for students. Both of the draft calendars meets those requirements.

*To view the draft calendars, please click on the headline.

Please look at the attached draft calendars carefully and vote for the one that you feel best meets the needs of our students, families, and staff. Once we receive the survey data, Weatherford ISD administration will make a recommendation to the Board of Trustees.

2021-2022 Calendar Survey Link:
This survey link will be close on Thursday, January 7th at 10:00 pm.

Thank you for giving feedback on the 2021-2022 school calendar!
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Drive-Thru COVID-19 Test Clinic for WISD Students and Staff on January 3, 2021

Let's have a healthy start to the new year!

Weatherford ISD is offering a free drive-thru COVID-19 test clinic on Sunday, January 3rd from 1 to 4 pm at 750 E. Anderson. This testing is available to Weatherford ISD students and staff only.

If you are experiencing any symptoms of COVID-19 or have had close contact with an individual who tested positive, we encourage you to take advantage of this clinic.
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FREE School Meals for All Students on School Days Through May 27, 2021!

Weatherford ISD is now offering free breakfast and lunch to all students through the end of the 2020-2021 school year (or while USDA funds are available). This offer is made possible because of a nationwide USDA waiver issued to provide funding that allows the Weatherford ISD Child Nutrition Department to serve free meals to all students.

Free breakfast and lunch will be available for in-person learners in the school cafeteria and students enrolled in the WISD Virtual Learning Academy on school days. Meals are not available on weekends or student holidays.

Virtual learners and anyone 18 years and younger may pick up meals on Mondays and Wednesdays from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at the front entrance of the Curtis Elementary School campus located at 501 W. Russell Street. On Mondays, breakfast and lunch will be provided for two days, and on Wednesdays, breakfast and lunch will be provided for three days. All children 18 years or younger are eligible for the curbside pickup meals at no charge. Documentation providing guardianship is required if a parent picks up meals without a student present: student ID, student ID number, report card, Skyward Family Access enrollment page, or birth certificate.

A la carte items available in school cafeterias are not included with the free breakfast or lunch meal but will continue to be available for purchase.

The Child Nutrition Department encourages families to continue to submit meal applications for the Free and Reduced Meal Program so that qualifying students will still receive meal benefits for 30 days of the new school year or when USDA funds are no longer available. Copy and paste this link in your browser to access more information on the Free and Reduced Meals program: .
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Destinations Magazine

Check out the student produced Destinations Magazine featuring Weatherford ISD's Career and Technical Education opportunities for the 2021-2022 school year. You'll be amazed! Click on the headline to view.
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