WFISD District 2 Trustee Reginald Blow's attendance questioned after missing 17 of 19 meetings over past 8 months.
Wichita Falls ISD Trustees appointed an Interim Superintendent to lead the district.
WFISD Board of Trustees appoint an interim superintendent Monday night.
Wichita Falls ISD could soon be looking for a new superintendent.
The Wichita Falls Chamber of Commerce endorsed the upcoming WFISD bond proposal, which includes a new Career and Tech Center, and members toured the district's current center.
From 'rocking the baby' to a 'self-operating napkin', innovative Rube Goldberg machines have been challenging minds for decades now.
Info for Jr. HIgh Art Show spot on the 6:00 a.m. morning show April 2 & noon spot on April 8th
Students certainly understand the pressure that comes along with standardized testing as do parents and teachers.
The Wichita Falls ISD has launched a website to explain the new school bond proposal.
Moving from Texoma's colleges to high schools, there is good news for Wichita Falls ISD.
With the new $59.5 million bond election now set for May and approaching ... Wichitans are learning more and developing opinions.
Once again, Wichita Falls residents will be voting on a school bond come May.
WF Board of Trustees vote to put a $59.5 million dollar bond that would include a new Career and Technical Education Center on the May ballot.
WFISD has had to cancel school for two days in a row due to road conditions.
Kenny Catney was officially introduced as the new athletic director for the Frenship school district this morning.
The Wichita Falls school board is expected to call a bond election next week.
The Wichita Falls School Board is expected to call a bond election during a morning meeting on February 27th, one week from this Friday.
The problem of overcrowding at Rider High School could get better in future school years.
After a series of meetings with members of the community last week, Wichita Falls ISD wants your opinions on a possible new career technology center for a new bond proposal.
Hundreds of WFISD students can't wait to get their hands on a new book.