Weatherford Independent School District

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Weatherford ISD Announces Flu Shot Clinics

Weatherford ISD and the Parker County Hospital District have teamed up to offer flu shot clinics to students, staff, and families. On Wednesday, September 19, from 4-7 pm Weatherford ISD will host a flu shot clinic for family and friends at the Ninth Grade Center campus. For more information on campus flu shot clinics, please click on the headline.
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Labor Day

Weatherford ISD campuses and offices will be closed on Monday, September 3, 2018 in observance of Labor Day. Classes will resume on Tuesday, September 4th.
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Back to School Safety for Students

Weatherford ISD schools are back in session on Thursday, August 23rd. Whether your child is walking, biking, riding a bus, or driving, we’ve adapted some safety tips for you from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.

School Bus Safety

Teach your child to always play it SAFE
Stay five steps away from the curb.
Always wait for the bus driver to tell you when to board.
Face forward after finding a seat on the bus.
Exit the bus when it stops, look left-right-left, and take five steps away from the bus toward the curb.

Walking

Walking to school is great exercise and gets kids ready to face their studies. Teach your child to always:
Use the sidewalk whenever possible, and if there isn’t a sidewalk, walk on the edge of the street facing traffic.
Focus when walking near traffic – this is no time for horseplay.
Use crosswalks whenever they are available to cross the street.
Look left-right-left before crossing any street.

Biking

Kids love riding their bikes and it can be a fun, quick way to get to school. Be sure to do these simple things to keep your bike ride safe:
Always wear a properly fitted helmet and securely fasten the chin strap.
Ride in the same direction as traffic and follow traffic signs and signals.
Stay in the bike lane whenever possible.
Use the sidewalk appropriately and keep an eye out for other pedestrians.
Never use electronics while riding – they are distracting.

Driving

For some teens, back to school also means the new-found freedom of driving. Keep these things in mind when driving to keep your ride safe:
Have a safe driver behind the wheel.
The car shouldn’t move until everyone is buckled up and all doors are closed.
Use appropriate car seats and booster seats for younger passengers.
Finally, remember that the phone stays down when you’re driving!
Observe school zones and speed limits.
Stop for school buses.
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Weatherford ISD Mourns the Loss of John Case

Weatherford ISD mourns the loss of substitute John Case.

John M. Case, of Weatherford, passed away Friday, Aug. 17, 2018.

Family visitation is from 3 to 5 p.m. Sunday at Galbreaith-Pickard Funeral Chapel.

John was born John Maurice Abrams III, Jan. 19, 1943, in Texarkana, Arkansas, near his hometown of New Boston, Texas. He was a 1961 graduate of Big Spring High School and a 1965 graduate of North Texas State University. He then spent four years in the U.S. Navy and was honorably discharged as a Second Class Petty Officer after serving as a sonar-man aboard the U.S.S. Brumby, DE 1044. After spending 33 years in advertising and as a graphic designer in Texarkana, Texas, he spent the next two decades working as a Special Education substitute teacher or aide, first in the El Paso ISD and then the Weatherford ISD. At various times in his life, John enjoyed painting and playing guitar as well as fishing and duck hunting on his favorite place in the world, Caddo Lake.

John was preceded in death by his wife Mellie Ann Webb Case of Nashville, Arkansas, in 2003; his mother, Bobbye Looney Case of New Boston in 1974; his father John Maurice Abrams, Jr. of New Orleans and his stepfather James Steve Case of New Boston.
John is survived by his stepson, Kyle Harding and his daughter, Taylor and his son, Bryce David of Texarkana, Arkansas; stepdaughter, Holly Harding-Smith, husband, David and their son, Dawson who live near Nashville, Ark.; his brother, William Blair Case and sister, Corey Case Tompkins of Weatherford, his nephew, Scott Tompkins of Dallas; brother, James Steve Case his wife, Susan of North Richland Hills and niece, Sarah Case Smith and her husband, Josh of Bedford; first cousin, Peggy Potter of Marshall, Texas, her daughter, Susan Routh, husband, Chris and daughters, Annie, Jenna and Meg of Omaha, Nebraska; her son, Robert Potter, wife, Stacy and sons, Sam and Reid of Marshall; first cousin, Frank W. Cox, wife, Cheryl and son, John Blair, all of College Station, Texas; their daughter, Cristy Mayfield, husband, Matt, daughters, Ruthie and Mary Blair, and son, Luke of Fort Worth.

If desired, in lieu of flowers, John has requested that memorials be made to the Weatherford ISD Education Foundation, 1100 Longhorn Dr., Weatherford, TX 76086
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WISD Education Foundation School Supply Donation Drive

The Weatherford ISD Education Foundation and the Jerry Durant Auto Group are teaming up for the 14th consecutive year to host a school supply and backpack drive for WISD students. The drive supports the Education Foundation’s School Supply Closet and will take place on Saturday, August 4 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. at Jerry’s GMC. The event features free hot dogs and soft drinks courtesy of Wallace Insurance Agency and a live remote broadcast by 99.5 The Wolf.

The Foundation’s School Supply Closet provided backpacks and supplies to over 1,200 students annually since 2003. Weatherford ISD parents needing supplies for their children should contact their campus principal, counselor, or teacher. Requests are handled anonymously by the Education Foundation and supplies are available throughout the school year.

For more information about the Weatherford ISD Education Foundation’s School Supply Closet, please contact Charlotte LaGrone at 817-598-2956.
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2018 Vendor Fair Announced

This year's Vendor Fair will be held on Tuesday, August 14 from 7:15 am - 8:45 am at Weatherford High School. For more information, please click on the headline.
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