The Wichita Falls ISD Superintendent Dr. John Frossard has issued a statement.
Final results have been calculated for the WFISD bond election.
Voters in Wichita Falls have spoken and decided they did not want WFISD to implement that $125 million bond.
The early voting voting results have been tallied.
Here is some need-to-know information for the May 10th Wichita Falls School District Election.
Thousands of Wichita Falls School District voters cast their ballot during early voting.
The school year may be winding down for the summer but now is the time for all of you Wichita parents to get your youngsters registered for school next year.
Wichita Falls ISD is releasing STAAR test results, and while students made strides in some areas, there is still room for improvement in others.
We're a little over two weeks away from WFISD elections, and candidates are taking every opportunity to let their voice be heard.
The WFISD has announced principal changes for next school year.
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.
Dozens of people in Wchita Falls are joining in an organized effort to defeat the WFISD bond proposal, and now they are speaking out on the reasons they think you should vote no.
The four Wichita Falls school district board of trustee at large candidates are taking a stand on the bond proposal. Two of the them support passage, and two oppose it.
The WFISD will be holding a district informational town hall meeting to inform the public about the 2014 bond.
WFISD students are back to the books after a week off for spring break. But, there's been no rest for a group working to educate the community about the WFISD bond proposal.
WFISD schools will start two hours late Monday, March 3.
Wednesday our Facebook page was flooded with comments from you regarding the Wichita Falls ISD bond proposal, and why right now you'd vote no on the bond.
WFISD school board voted to approve the $125 million bond proposal set to be voted on by citizens in May.
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.