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.
WFISD organized a series of five sessions for residents to voice their opinions about a potential new career and technical education center.
After a failed bond last spring, WFISD is ready to give it another try, on a scaled down plan.
The last open houses for WFISD students who may want to "opt out" of the new attendance zones for junior high and high schools are Thursday night.
Kirby Junior High Now Open on Wednesday.
After a failed bond election in May, WFISD officials are getting prepared to bring another bond election to the citizens.
Crews continue to make repairs to the Rider High School kitchen.
Several teachers in Wichita Falls had their day and possibly their year made Friday morning.
WFISD is working to keep their students safe while making sure every drop counts.
WFISD hosted its annual Veterans Day ceremony at Memorial Stadium to honor our veterans.
The Texas Education Agency has just announced its financial accountability ratings for school districts across Texas and the Wichita Falls Independent School District has reason to be proud.
The Champions for Kids non-profit is giving away a total of $40,000 and you can help Read2Learn with the click of a button.