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Inside FWISD June 25, 2020

In this edition:

School And Business Leaders Discuss The Future Of Fort Worth At Today's Virtual Summit: Fort Worth: Where the Best Begins Brings FWISD, TCC and Fort Worth Chamber Together to Learn About Needs of Business and Industry | Fort Worth ISD Virtual Town Hall: Opportunity for all Stakeholders to Question District | Senior Commencement Celebrations For Eastern Hills And North Side Hight Schools Rescheduled | Free Coronavirus Testing At Maude Logan Elementary School | FWISD's J.P. Elder MS Serves As Free COVID-19 Testing Site | FWISD 2020 Teaching Chair Applications Due Today | FWISD Opts Not To Renew itslearning Contract: Teachers Encouraged to Use Google Classroom | FWISD District-Wide Online Registration Begins July 1: All Parents/Students Must Complete this Process | FWISD Board Of Education Approves New Appointments | Virtual Job, Career Event Aims To Prepare Graduating Seniors For Workforce: Sessions Slated for June 27, 29 and 30 | 15 FWISD Students Earn STEM Industry Senior Internships | Family Action Center Distributes 1,000 Family Food Boxes At J. Martin Jacquet Middle School | Inside FWISD Briefs | Fort Worth ISD Snapshot | Community Resources | Calendar | View more stories throughout the week on the Inside FWISD Blog

School and Business Leaders Discuss the Future of Fort Worth at Today's Virtual Summit

Fort Worth: Where the Best Begins Brings FWISD, TCC and Fort Worth Chamber Together to Learn About Needs of Business and Industry

Fort Worth ISD Superintendent Kent P. Scribner, Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price and TCC Chancellor Eugene Giovannini joined business and industry leaders at today's virtual summit, “Fort Worth: Where the Best Begins.”

The summit is part of a partnership between Fort Worth ISD, Tarrant County College, and the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce to better understand how education and industry can work together to meet the workforce needs in a post-COVID 19 world.

Dr. Scribner, Mayor Price and Dr. Giovannini were among scheduled panel headliners at the summit. Other headliners include:

  • Fort Worth Metropolitan Black Chamber of Commerce President and CEO DeVoyd Jennings
  • Lockheed Martin Director for HR Economic Opportunities & Resources Jon Gustafson
  • Medical City Fort Worth Chief Medical Officer Dr. Terry Loftus
  • Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce CEO Brandom Gengelbach
  • Dig Contracting Owner Dante Williams
  • Cisneros Restaurants, Inc. President Vicki Cisneros
  • Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber of Commerce President/CEO Anette Landeros
  • T3 (Tarrant To and Through) acting executive director and Rainwater Charitable Foundation program manager Jay McCall
  • Bell Director of Workforce Planning and Strategy Cara Lundquist

This city-wide summit comes on the heels of eight industry-focused virtual discussions – or mini-summits – held June 2 – 4 that became the foundation for this culminating event. The individual sessions focused on aviation and aerospace; transportation, both distribution and logistics; hospitality and culinary; IT and cybersecurity business; small businesses: the construction industry: general business; and health care.

Organizers from FWISD, TCC, and the Chamber listened as business leaders shared stories of how this pandemic has impacted their businesses. The feedback from industry leaders provides important guidance to the District, which is also adapting to a rapidly-changing environment. As participants listened to each other, it became evident that now is the time to strengthen existing partnerships and create new ones to ensure a successful future for Fort Worth.

“We did our homework, and we will incorporate the ideas and feedback from industry leaders,” said Dr. Scribner. “We are eager to continue this conversation toward developing a dynamic and prepared Fort Worth workforce that is homegrown.”

The summit aired on the new Fort Worth ISD Live! YouTube channel and Spectrum Channel 192.

Fort Worth ISD Virtual Town Hall

Opportunity for all Stakeholders to Question District

Today, the Fort Worth ISD  is holding a virtual town hall meeting titled “A Community Conversation: Real Talk with FWISD Leaders,” which is being hosted by the Division of Equity and Excellence. The online meeting will air from 5 to 6:30 p.m.

Superintendent Kent P. Scribner, joined by his departmental leadership team, are inviting all community stakeholders, including students, to attend and voice questions and share concerns. This event will begin by briefly sharing the results of the recent “Reshaping 2020-2021” survey.

The recent FWISD Board of Education Resolution “To Be Silent Is to Be Complicit”, outlined an expectation that FWISD partner with communities of color to develop solutions for racial inequities. This event serves as an opportunity for District leaders to engage in dialogue with the community to build trust and ensure that all students are served equitably. The Division of Equity and Excellence is committed to hosting community conversations throughout the year to provide multiple opportunities for stakeholders to engage with leaders.

“We don’t want to be in the business of making decisions on behalf of communities of color without engaging them in the conversation,” said Sherry Breed, chief of Equity and Excellence. “If we are to prepare ALL students, we must work with their families and communities to do so.”

The event is being held as a Zoom webinar (bit.ly/FWISDCC) and streamed to YouTube (search for Fort Worth ISD Live on YouTube).

Senior Commencement Celebrations For Eastern Hills And North Side High Schools Rescheduled

Newly issued coronavirus-related rules from Tarrant County require that Fort Worth ISD reschedule the times for the Eastern Hills and North Side High Schools Senior Commencement Celebrations scheduled for Friday, June 26.

Celebrations for both schools that were scheduled for 7 p.m. on Friday will now be moved to 1 p.m. the same day. Eastern Hills HS will still have the celebration at Clark Field and North Side’s celebration will remain at Farrington.

As of 6 p.m. Friday, Tarrant County requires that everyone at gatherings of more than 100 persons must wear face masks.

All attendees at the 1 p.m. events are still strongly encouraged to wear face masks in order to help reduce the spread of the coronavirus.

FREE CORONAVIRUS TESTING AT MAUDE LOGAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Fort Worth ISD’s Maude Logan Elementary School will become a COVID-19 testing site Monday through Wednesday, July 6, 7, and 8. Hours of operation will be 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Maude Logan Elementary is located at 2300 Dillard St. in Fort Worth.

The Texas Division of Emergency Management, in conjunction with the City of Fort Worth, will offer the standard novel COVID-19 test at this site in an effort to making testing more accessible to the community.

The tests will be free of charge and do not require an appointment but you may pre-register at www.texascovidtest.org.

Tests will be administered in the school’s stand-alone gymnasium which has a private entrance and exit points.

FWISD's J.P. Elder MS Serves As Free COVID-19 Testing Site

The Fort Worth ISD is partnering with Kroger Health, the healthcare division of The Kroger Co. and the City of Fort Worth to offer a free drive-thru COVID-19 testing site on Fort Worth’s North Side.

Testing will be offered at Fort Worth ISD’s J.P. Elder Middle School from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. each Tuesday through Saturday. People needing a test will use a virtual screening tool based on the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) guidelines to see if they are eligible.

Click here for more details.

FWISD 2020 Teaching Chair Applications Due Today

Today is the deadline to submit an application for Fort Worth ISD's 2020 Chairs for Teaching Excellence awards. There are two Performing Arts Teaching Chair categories and 14 Academic Teaching Chair award categories.

The Chairs for Teaching Excellence program recognizes outstanding classroom teachers with honorary titles of Chairs for Teaching Excellence for one year and a $5,000 honorarium.

Our teachers have risen to the challenge of teaching online, from home. They are more student-centered than ever before, using creative and innovative tools and techniques, including social media, to engage and motivate their students.

Campus Teacher of the Year winners within the last five years (2015 – 2020) or educators who’ve received a significant award in the teaching field within the last five years (2015 – 2020) are eligible to apply.

Applicants who’ve taught in the District for at least three years and have at least a total of five years teaching experience are eligible for the award.

The application submission deadline is 5 p.m. today. So, apply today!

Performing Arts online applications (music, theater/dance) are available at: https://form.jotform.com/93105417242146

Academic Teaching Chairs online applications (14 non-performing arts categories) are available at: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd3qcmoaAnUnGy7UGSyydbKbtrXFCByi3z37TArcoTyk2BMWQ/viewform

Teachers with questions are encouraged to contact Judy Ramos, judy.ramos@fwisd.org or Peg Murphy, peg.murphy@fwisd.org.

FWISD Opts Not To Renew itslearning Contract

Teachers Encouraged to Use Google Classroom

The Fort Worth ISD has decided not to renew its contract with itslearning management system. The District's contract for the learning management system, which FWISD educators have used since 2015, ends June 30.

Teachers are encouraged to use Google Classroom beginning this July.

"With the implementation of Chromebooks in the district in 2018, teacher use of Google Classroom and Google for Education applications have increased and surpassed the usage of the itslearning Learning Management System," said Digital Learning Coordinator Catherine Simpson. " After performing a cost and use analysis, it has been determined that the limited and declining use of the itslearning platform does not validate the cost of the program.

Google Classroom can be accessed via the MyFWISD app portal at www.fwisd.org/myfwisd. Training on the platform is available throughout the summer at http://bit.ly/fwisdedtechlearn.

Submit questions about the change or Educational Technology’s summer trainings at https://forms.gle/jEMbwJvbSgHhAofy9

FWISD District-Wide Online Registration Begins July 1

Fort Worth ISD offers in-person instruction or virtual, online learning.

All Parents/Students Must Complete this Process

Online registration for the 2020-2021 school year begins soon and registering early is more important than ever. Parents and students are being asked to choose a preference for either in-person or virtual, online learning.

Beginning at midnight, July 1, all Fort Worth ISD parents can complete registration by visiting www.fwisd.org/register. Online registration is for all students –both new and returning – and is a “must do” in order to be enrolled in the Fort Worth ISD.

The process for returning students is fast and should take less than ten minutes to complete. Using your student’s individual Snapcode, simply go to www.fwisd.org/register, click the Returning Student registration button and confirm the information you’ve previously supplied or update any new information.

Families of new students will find the process easy as well – with instructions for uploading any necessary documents. On July 1, parents can visit www.fwisd.org/register, click the New Student registration button, and create an account.

Have a question? Call Fort Worth ISD’s Parent Information Hotline at 817-814-2070, or visit the District website at www.fwisd.org/register to read a list of Frequently Asked Questions.

View special details about the coming school year for making an informed choice here.

FWISD Board of Education Approves New Appointments

The Fort Worth ISD Board of Education has approved new personnel appointments, resulting in a reorganization of School Leadership and the District office.

Karen Molinar, who currently serves as Chief of Staff for Superintendent Kent P. Scribner, will now become Deputy Superintendent.

Kermit Spears, the former Chief of Human Resources at Fort Bend ISD and corporate director of the Dell Corporation, will become the Chief Talent Officer.

David Saenz, currently the Senior Officer in the Office of Innovation, will become Chief of Innovation in Fort Worth ISD.

The Board also approved the appointment of executive directors in the District’s School Leadership division. Their job duties, formerly defined by their work with either elementary or secondary schools, will now focus on school pyramids from Pre-Kindergarten through 12th grade.

These new executive directors of School Leadership of Student and School Support are:

  • Hilda Caballero (currently an executive director for FWISD elementary school leadership)
  • Miguel Elizondo (currently a high school principal in San Antonio ISD)
  • Ahna Gomez (currently a high school principal in Irving ISD)
  • Susan Hernandez (currently an executive director with FWISD secondary school leadership)
  • Todd Koppes (currently an executive director with FWISD elementary school leadership)
  • Dr. Marion Mouton (currently an executive director with FWISD elementary school leadership)
  • Enedia Padro (currently a program officer with the Aspiring Leaders Program)
  • Deborah Traylor (currently an executive director with FWISD secondary school leadership)
  • Rian Townsend (currently an executive director with FWISD secondary school leadership)
  • Valencia Rhines, currently a principal with the FWISD Leadership Academy Network).

Marta Plata, current principal at Manual Jara Elementary School, will become the Executive Director for Parent Partnerships.

(Simultaneously, the Department of Family Communications will continue its work but now focus on District-level parent engagement, marketing and messaging.)

Other appointments include:

  • Jamie Crosen, currently a high school principal in Elgin, Il. will be Executive Director of Instructional Intiatives.
  • Benjamin Leos, currently Executive Director of Secondary Leadership becomes Executive Director of Personalized Learning and Enrichment.
  • Joseph Neidziela, currently Director of Social Studies moves to Executive Director K-12 Social Studies and Curricular Support.

Virtual Job, Career Event Aims to Prepare Graduating Seniors for Workforce

Sessions Slated for June 27, 29 and 30

A virtual job and career event is slated for graduating students between the ages of 18 to 21, June 27, 29, and 30.

The FWISD Office of Innovation is partnering with the RiseUp Initiative through Workforce Solutions for Tarrant County to host the virtual event that will include discussions about job opportunities, internships and resources.

Sessions are slated on Zoom for:

  • 10 a.m. Saturday June 27
  • 11 a.m. and 6 p.m. Monday, June 29
  • 4 p.m. Tuesday, June 30

The event focuses on three “Es” in a young adult’s transition to self-sufficiency-- empowerment, education and employment.

Opportunities available at the virtual event include:

  • Assistance developing a career path
  • Support finding immediate employment (job leads, interview preparation and other services)
  • Obtaining short-term vocational certification(s)
  • Work Experience/Internships to support certification(s)

To register, visit https://bit.ly/2020SeniorsJobs

15 FWISD Students Earn STEM Industry Senior Internships

Fifteen rising Fort Worth ISD seniors have secured STEM Industry Senior Internships with Lockheed Martin Aeronautics, Bell Helicopter and Lockheed Martin Rotary and Mission Systems for the 2020-2021 academic year.

As high school juniors, the students applied, submitted resumes and competitively interviewed for the internships. Four FWISD students will represent FWISD at Bell, 10 secured internships, which are currently underway remotely, at Lockheed Martin Aeronautics and one student will intern at Lockheed Martin Rotary and Mission Systems.

The STEM Industry Senior Internship program offers students paid internships with some of the area’s top engineering companies, said Stephanie Tennyson, a coordinator with FWISD’s Career and Technical Education Department.

The STEM Industry Senior Interns are:

Frederick Jones, Benbrook Middle-High School, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics

Camden Lubash, Benbrook Middle-High School, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics

Brandon Muse, Benbrook Middle-High School, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics

Justice White, Benbrook Middle-High School, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics

Jose Cruz, Diamond Hill-Jarvis High School, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics

Othon Ramirez, Diamond Hill-Jarvis High School, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics

Jimena Ballin, Young Women’s Leadership Academy, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics

Alondra Gonzalez, Young Women’s Leadership Academy, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics

Penelope Huff, Young Women’s Leadership Academy, Bell

Emily Leschber, Young Women’s Leadership Academy, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics

Selena Morales, Young Women’s Leadership Academy, Bell

Brianna Navarro, Young Women’s Leadership Academy, Bell

Litzully Sosa, Young Women’s Leadership Academy, Lockheed Martin Aeronautics

Hallie Spradlin, Young Women’s Leadership Academy, Bell

Priscilla Trejo, Young Women’s Leadership Academy, Lockheed Martin Rotary and Mission Systems

Family Action Center Distributes 1,000 Family Food Boxes at J. Martin Jacquet Middle School

The Fort Worth ISD Family Action Center recently worked in partnership with World Relief North Texas to distribute 1,000 family food boxes at J. Martin Jacquet Middle School.

The boxes, distributed the week of June 15, contained healthy fruits, vegetables and dairy products that several dozen volunteers helped load into the vehicles of vulnerable families and individuals in need. Additional boxes were hand-delivered to several low-income apartments in east and southeast Fort Worth to serve people without transportation to the school.

The Family Action Center, which is a part of the Division of Equity and Excellence, along with World Relief enlisted the help of several volunteer groups who donated their time and effort to make the event a success, including Brighter Outlook Inc., Christland Baptist Church, Compass Church, Generation Uplift, Lisa’s Little Angels and the Fort Worth Police Department.

Additionally, several administrators and staff from Jacquet and Dunbar High School chipped in to help. Throughout the morning, several former FWISD students from Young Men’s Leadership Academy and Dunbar worked tirelessly to ensure a steady flow of traffic until all the boxes were distributed. The Family Action Center is working with World Relief to conduct additional Family Food Box distributions this summer, so visit and follow the FWISD Family Action Center on Facebook to stay abreast of future events.

INSIDE FWISD BRIEFS

EDITOR'S NOTE: Inside FWISD Briefs are quick-hit stories of activities and events happening around the District.

Potential Storms Force Rescheduling Of Two In-Person Senior Commencement Celebrations

Thunderstorms on Tuesday has forced the postponement of the 9 a.m. optional in-person Senior Commencement Celebrations scheduled for Fort Worth ISD’s Carter-Riverside High School and Success High School.

Both celebrations have been rescheduled for 1 p.m. today. Seniors from Carter-Riverside High School will still have their celebration at Farrington Field. The Success High School celebration will still occur at Clark Stadium. Click here for more information.

Precautions For Outdoor Fort Worth ISD In-Person Senior Celebrations

The Fort Worth ISD has prepared a number of suggested precautions to help protect the health and safety of all our graduates and families attending any of the scheduled outdoor In-Person Senior Celebrations being held at Clark Stadium or Farrington Field between June 19 and June 26, 2020.

View the precautions here.

Fort Worth ISD Parents to Receive Information About Important Summer Dates

Parents of Fort Worth ISD elementary-aged students will soon receive a postcard in the mail with important summer dates for their child’s future. The mailer –in English and Spanish-- is going out to more than 41,000 homes. Parents can use the postcard as a quick guide to help take care of important school business, stay connected during summer break, and look to the future!

Read more here.

Southwest HS Senior Celebration: The celebration was hosted Thursday at Clark Stadium. A special thank you to Sodexo Magic for donating the 18,000 bottles of water for guests attending this week's in-person commencement celebrations across the District.

Trimble Tech Senior Celebration: The celebration was hosted Wednesday at Farrington Field. A special thank you to Sodexo Magic for donating the 18,000 bottles of water for guests attending this week's in-person commencement celebrations across the District.

Texas Academy of Biomedical Sciences, Marine Creek Creek Collegiate and TCC-South Collegiate Senior Celebrations: A combined in-person senior celebration was hosted for the graduating classes at Texas Academy of Biomedical Sciences, Marine Creek Creek Collegiate and TCC-South Collegiate on Wednesday at Clark Stadium. A special thank you to Sodexo Magic for donating the 18,000 bottles of water for guests attending this week's in-person commencement celebrations across the District.

WLI, YWLA and YMLA Senior Celebration: A combined in-person senior celebration was hosted for the graduating classes at World Languages Institute, Young Women's Leadership Academy and Young Men's Leadership Academy on Tuesday at Farrington Field. A special thank you to Sodexo Magic for donating the 18,000 bottles of water for guests attending this week's in-person commencement celebrations across the District.

Arlington Heights High School In-Person Senior Celebration: The celebration was hosted Monday at Farrington Field. A special thank you to Sodexo Magic for donating the 18,000 bottles of water for guests attending this week's in-person commencement celebrations across the District.

Front Porch Visits: Fort Worth ISD volunteers picked up schedules and PPE Monday for Front Porch visits. Read Fort Worth, ACH Child and Family Services and FWISD employees visited students at home this week providing valuable information about online registration, and family resources available.

Virtual Graduation: FWISD high school valedictorians and salutatorians, Board of Education trustees and Superintendent Kent P. Scribner recently filmed remarks for the District's June 20 virtual graduation events.

Boulevard Heights/Transition Center Graduation: Graduates received their high school diplomas in an outdoor ceremony June 19 at Boulevard Heights.

Substitute Appreciation Event: The District recognized hundreds of guest teachers with substitute teacher supply appreciation bags at a “drive by” Substitute Appreciation Event event today, June 18, at Farrington Field.

PAL Graduation: A drive-through graduation was held June 11 at Carroll Peak Elementary School for the 100+ moms and dads finishing the school's Parents as Leaders (PAL) program. It may be the end of the program, but it's just the beginning of your academic journey with your children. The graduated was hosted by The Concilio, a Dallas-based nonprofit.

COMMUNITY RESOURCES

CDC Tips on Properly Wearing A Cloth Mask

FWISD Partners With Virtual Care For Kids To Offer Students Telehealth Services

In efforts to reduce COVID-19 spread, the Fort Worth ISD has partnered with Virtual Care for Kids to offer students and their families telehealth services.

Students can see a Texas-based pediatrician within minutes from home virtually via computer, smartphone or tablet for urgent care services including minor colds, the flu, sore throat, cough, ear concerns, headaches, sinus or allergy issues or pink eye. Additionally, Virtual Care for Kids is offering coronavirus screening and testing in English and Spanish. Visit https://urgentcarekids.com/fwisd/ to register for services.

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Employee Assistance Program Resources for FWISD Employees

FinPath Offers FWISD Employees Tips For Managing Finances During Pandemic

FinPath, an employer-paid workplace benefit, is offering Fort Worth ISD employees financial wellness tips, coaching and resources for weathering the COVID-19 pandemic.

Launched by the District last fall, FinPath offers employees tips for managing finances and much more. Recent webinars and courses offered by the service have included “Dealing with the Financial Shock of COVID-19” and “Breaking Down the CARES Act and What It Means To You.”

Not using FinPath yet? Click here to activate your account.

For more details on FinPath, visit the FWISD Employee Benefits Portal and click on the Financial Wellness tab.

T.D. Jakes Ministries Presents the We Care: Food Giveaway

T.D. Jakes Ministries is partnering with several organizations to give away free food boxes from 9 a.m. to noon, Saturday, June 27. The event is open to the public. Boxes of food will be available for pickup at the Potter’s House of Dallas location: 6777 W. Kiest Blvd., Dallas, TX 75236.

Click here to register.

TAFB Offers Grab-And-Go Meals For Children, Mobile Food Pantries

The Tarrant Area Food Bank is offering Grab-And-Go Meals for Children and Mobile Food Pantries for families throughout the summer.

Click here for details on where Grab-And-Go Meals for Children are being served and here for Mobile Food Pantry sites.

Need Food Assistance? Call 817-534-0814 to speak with a live representative about access to nutritious food near you. Visit https://tafb.org/find-food/ for details on where to find food countywide. 

YMCA Free Meals for Youth Continue Through August

The YMCA of Metropolitan Fort Worth is serving free meals to youth weekly on Monday and Wednesday though mid-August.

Click here for locations on where meals are being served.

Blue Zones Health and Food Resources

Since March, Blue Zones Project has responded to the COVID-19 crisis offering immediate resources for local communities in regards to health and food access.

Recently, the organization offered beginner gardeners ideas on easy starter plants to grow and making your next 10 years your best.

Check out more ways Blue Zones Project is working with local agencies to support Fort Worth residents here.

Families First Coronavirus Response Act

Check www.fwisd.org/COVID-19 regularly for District updates

Follow COVID-19 updates from the City of Fort Worth at fortworthtexas.gov/COVID-19/

FWISD “Meals To Go,” Available from Noon-1:30 p.m. Monday and Thursday

Online Pre-K/ Kindergarten Registration Currently Underway

Gold Seal Programs and Schools of Choice Late Applications being accepted

Unidos Para Aprender, 7 to 8 a.m. Monday- Friday on UniMas 49

FWISD In-Person Senior Celebrations, June 19-26

“Fort Worth: Where the Best Begins” Virtual Summit, June 25

A Community Conversation: Real Talk with FWISD Leaders, June 25

FWISD Chair for Teaching Excellence Application Deadline, June 25

Online Registration Begins, July 1

Open Enrollment for Employee Benefits begins, July 21

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