The Wichita Falls School Board is expected to call a bond election during a morning meeting on February 27th, one week from this Friday.
We're a little over two weeks away from WFISD elections, and candidates are taking every opportunity to let their voice be heard.
Should the WFISD school bond pass, Wichita Falls High School and Rider would consolidate, two schools, known for a long standing rivalry. The rivalry is enough for some voters to say no to the bond.
In a six to one vote the WFISD makes its $125 million bond proposal official.
Wichita Falls school board estimates its bond proposal to be $125 million dollars to create the latest and greatest education facilities for its students.
Wichita Falls School Board hopes to create a visual image to show voters the high school concept they are planning a bond proposal for.
An official bond proposal is one step closer as Wichita Falls school board members discuss the location of a possible career and technology education center.
The WFISD school board is narrowing its scope, and will move forward with a plan that includes two comprehensive high schools and a career and technology center, to propose in a bond for the may election.
Three bond proposal recommendations, created by the WFISD's community facilities action team or CFAT will be presented to the school board Tuesday.
Parents and WFISD district officials will meet again Tuesday night to discuss the proposed plan to consolidate several Wichita Falls schools.
Some WFISD school board members feel a raise for employees is possible after listening to a finance presentation for Texas schools Tuesday.
WFISD athletic director hopes school board will like his plans to improve the district's athletic complex.
Wichita Falls School Board Trustees like how Dr. John Frossard did in his first year as superintendent.
The Wichita Falls Independent School District Board of Trustees will be looking over data in the district wide facility study and may be proposing recommendations later this month.
This afternoon, WFISD school board members continued their discussion about what to do about the district's choice program, which allows junior high and high school students the choice of where they want to go to school. Revising the program has the potential to save the district thousands upon thousands of dollars.
WFISD board approves to defer 15% rule.
WFISD looks to make future cuts after receiving a Staffing Review by the Texas Association of School Boards.
WFISD Superintendent discusses ways of improving the district through new strategic plan.
Teachers in WFISD discover they'll be given one time stipends from the district for taking education courses, but now some residents are wondering about comments made by the Superintendent at Monday night's School Board Meeting.
WFISD employees will receive a one-time stipend after a unanimous vote by the school board.