Weatherford Independent School District

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News and Announcements

Kangaroo Klassic, Wrestling trip cancelled

Due to inclement weather, Saturday's wrestling trip has been cancelled. Also, the remainder of the Kangaroo Klassic Basketball Tournament has been cancelled. Makeup dates, if any, have not been determined at this time.
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Important Information about upcoming basketball games

Weatherford ISD has cancelled the middle school girls basketball tournament for December 6-7, 2013.
Final decisions for tonight’s middle school contests will be made by 1:00 p.m. today.
Also, WISD administrators will be evaluating the forecast during the next few hours to determine the status of the Kangaroo Klassic Tournament and the 9th/JV girls traveling to the Mineral Wells Tournament.
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WHS Skills USA classes team up to provide 'Merry Makeovers' benefiting the Texas Center for Cancer or Blood Disorders of Weatherford

Members of the Weatherford High School Skills USA Cosmetology Class, accompanied by the WHS Skills USA Culinary Class, Skills USA Multimedia, as well as Skills USA Graphic Design Students, participated in the First Annual Merry Makeovers benefiting the Texas Center for Cancer or Blood Disorders of Weatherford.
The Center’s patients started by sampling the delicious creations of treats and punch prepared by the culinary students and served by Ariel Gonzalez. Once the patients had visited the hors devours, they were pampered with manicures, pedicures, and facials by WHS Cosmetology classes.
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Crockett Elementary students participate in book study about giving

Crockett Elementary students participated in a school effort that was inspired by the book, "How Full is your Bucket."
During classroom counseling time, all grade levels read the book and discussed how important it is to fill each other's bucket which, in return, helps to fill your own bucket. Within one week's time, the students had given more than 2,500 compliments to friends and staff.
The week was filled with amazing stories about what it felt like getting and giving compliments.
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Cooler weather is on its way - again

Please be advised that the weather is expected to change over the next 24-48 hours, and please make sure that your child is dressed warmly. According to The Weather Channel, Thursday's forecast calls for a 70-percent chance of precipitation and a high of only 38.
Friday's conditions are projected to be even worse with an 80-percent chance of precipitation with a high of 30 and a low of 28.
Weatherford ISD Superintendent Dr. Jeffrey Hanks said in the event schools are closed or the daily schedule is altered due to a severe weather condition, information will be sent to television and radio stations, and will be posted on the district’s website, Facebook and Twitter accounts. Also, parents will be contacted through the district’s SchoolMessenger® notification system which is designed to call or text a massive number of people in a relatively short amount of time.
Also, in the event of potential inclement weather, the District will strive to make a decision by 6 a.m. so parents will have ample opportunities to make arrangements, if necessary, for their children."
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Weatherford ISD will fall under Class 6A beginning in 2014

Dear Kangaroo Community,

Every two years, the University Interscholastic League (UIL) uses student enrollment figures to determine school districts' classifications (1A -6A), then realigns districts to balance the number of teams and to minimize travel. This morning the UIL announced the Conference Cutoff Numbers for 2014-2016, providing the range of enrollment for each of the six conferences. Weatherford ISD’s enrollment of 2,227 places us in the UIL’s 6A conference.
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