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?
Under the $59.5 million school bond, the bond payoff will be 20 years.
Family and friends said a final goodbye to a beloved Wichita Falls man Thursday.
Scotland Park Elementary will be open Friday.
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".
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.
Wednesday, the Memorial Stadium turf filled up with 1st and 2nd graders from Zundy Elementary.
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.
Over at The Forum Thursday, Wichita Falls ISD recognized the dedication of an educator from Zundy Elementary.
Wichita Falls ISD could soon be looking for a new superintendent.
From 'rocking the baby' to a 'self-operating napkin', innovative Rube Goldberg machines have been challenging minds for decades now.
Moving from Texoma's colleges to high schools, there is good news for Wichita Falls ISD.
Once again, Wichita Falls residents will be voting on a school bond come May.
Several schools The Texas Education Agency classifies as Improvement Required and Formerly Improvement Required were the focus of tonight's Wichita Falls school board meeting
Wichita Falls school board members voted four to three in favor of modifying the choice program.
Wichita Falls school officials are working to replace some property police say was damaged by two men and a juvenile.
Renovations to consolidate students from Alamo and Sam Houston elementary into one school building and Zundy and Barwise Junior High students into another building actually start just before school ended for the summer.