FWISD DISTRICT-WIDE ONLINE REGISTRATION iS Ongoing
Online registration for the 2019-20 school year is ongoing –and it’s easier than ever.
All Fort Worth ISD students –or their parents – can complete registration by visiting www.fwisd.org/register. Online registration is for all students –both new and returning – and is a “must ” in order to be enrolled in the Fort Worth ISD.
The process for returning students is fast and should take from five to ten minutes. Using your student’s individual Snapcode, simply go to www.fwisd.org/register and confirm the information you’ve previously supplied or update any new information.
A Snapcode is a 15-digit combination of numbers and letters unique to each student. Snapcodes were sent out with this year’s final report cards. Superintendent Kent Scribner sent out this video in early June and explained where to find your student’s Snapcode on his or her final report card.
Families of new students will find the process easy as well – with instructions for uploading any necessary documents. Parents can visit www.fwisd.org/register, click the Registration button, and create an account.
Online registration is a time-saving tool that can be done from the convenience of your own home, at any hour, day or night, using your smartphone, laptop, or any digital device. Families may also register at their neighborhood school.
Who: All Fort Worth ISD students – either new or returning
What: Online registration for the 2019-20 school year
Why: It’s easy, it’s convenient, and parents no longer have to fill out form after form with the same information.
How: Parents of returning students use an assigned Snapcode, which can be found on the 2018-19 final report card or on your Parent Portal account.
Help: 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.
EDITOR'S NOTE: The following are recent photos from across the Fort Worth ISD.
Janett Allen Retires: After 32 years with the District, Janett Allen, the administrative assistant in the Accountability and Data Quality Department, is retiring. A large crowd attended her retirement reception, August 28, to wish her well.
Board Approves Three Personnel Appointments: The FWISD Board of Education unanimously approved three personnel appointments Tuesday, August 27. Congratulations to Dorene Benavidez, Executive Director of Equity and Professional Learning; Alleia Chambers-Hobbs, Executive Director of Instructional Initiatives and Mcdeny Mojica, Senior Technology Officer. Learn more about these three in a future publication of Inside FWISD.
2019 Dallas Wings Jr. NBA Coach of the Year: The Dallas Wings basketball club recognized Dave Geer, head girl's basketball coach at Paschal High School, as one of its finalists for the 2019 Dallas Wings Jr. NBA Coach of the Year award during halftime at is August 25 game with the Atlanta Dream. "Finalist are chosen for their outstanding leadership and communication skills, community involvement and the positive impact they are making in student-athlete’s lives," according to a statement posted on the Paschal Facebook page/ This is Coach Geer's fourth year in FWISD and at Paschal High. " I and humbled and blessed to be recognized by my peers the Dallas Wings and the Jr. NBA Coach of the Year organization for this honor. My coaching staff deserves this honor as much as I do," Geer said. Earlier this year, the Dallas Wings named South Grand Prairie High School's Ashley Robinson its 2019 Dallas Wings Jr. NBA Coach of the Year winner.
Full Speed: Congratulations to Paschal High School senior Whit Dennis, who won the 6A-5A Varsity Boys 5K race with a time of 15:10.3 at the Waxahachie Woodhouse Invitational cross country meet last weekend. Whit told Texas Mile Split, the news network for high school track and field and cross county, shortly after the race that he set his personal record by 12 seconds. "I was honestly not expecting that at all," he told Texas Mile Split. "It just shocked me."
School supply donations: Schools in Fort Worth ISD are receiving individual school supply kits from the annual Kroger “Backpack Boosters” school supply campaign. Shoppers in North Texas and Louisiana donated money for supplies and school supply kits at their local Kroger in July. Fort Worth schools will receive more than 7,700 school supply boxes delivered in 35 pallets, valued at more than $60,000. This generous donation from Kroger customers and employees will help students start the year with the tools they need to be successful. The latest schools receiving the supply kits are the Leadership Academy at Mitchell Boulevard and H.V. Helbing Elementary School.