After voters approved the $59.5 million bond in May, that revolved around a Career and Technical Education Center, the next question is where will that be built?
At the next WFISD board meeting, trustees could approve the purchase of land as a possible location for the new Career And Tech Center.
Texas Ag Commissioner Sid Miller said what the state has required districts to do over the last decade just isn't making kids healthier, and it's time to give some local control back to the school districts.
A Wichita Falls I.S.D. teacher posts bond and is out of jail after being charged with having sex with a male student.
Wichita Falls I.S.D. and the Read 2 Learn program are hosting four summer camp sessions to keep kids' reading skills sharp this summer.
Under the $59.5 million school bond, the bond payoff will be 20 years.
In Texas, state STAAR results are in and 92% of almost 300,000 students passed. It is an improvement from last year where 83.5% of students passed.
Family and friends said a final goodbye to a beloved Wichita Falls man Thursday.
Rider High, Jefferson Elementary, Kate Burgess, Kirby Middle, and Hirschi High Schools went on Red Alert Wednesday morning.
Scotland Park Elementary will be open Friday.
Turnout for this election was much lower than it was for the last major WFISD bond issue last May.
After the $125 million WFISD school bond failed by a landslide last year. This year's $59.5 million school bond passed with over 59%.
Wichita Falls Partners In Education recognize area businesses and individuals for going above and beyond while partnering with WFISD schools.
Many area students are still taking standardized tests. As state law mandates now, if seniors fail three or more STAAR tests, they cannot graduate.
Many parents and educators in Wichita Falls ISD are concerned a new bill that has passed the Senate and is now in the House could "take away educators' rights".
Rider High School's famous "Electronica" show premieres this week!
Noon Interview: WFISD Art Show
Wichita County Democrats host an informational session to discuss the WFISD bond.
Students and teachers might be breathing a sigh of relief ... now that the latest round of STAAR tests is over. Across the state of Texas, many students took the test earlier this week; but, two in the WFISD did not.
After nearly three fourths of voters did not support a $125 million school bond last year, WFISD is trying again in the May 9th election.