Commitment to Graduating Students COLLEGE and CAREER-READY

“You have our commitment that we will work to fulfill your trust in us with the transparent implementation of a program that will truly impact our schools, our students, and our community,” - Dr. Scribner

2017 Fort Worth ISD Bond

The voter-approved Bond Program will provide just over $750 million for capital improvement projects across the District. The accompanying “Penny Swap” election, also approved by voters, will afford the District an additional $23 million annually for life-cycle, maintenance and other items. Both propositions received resounding voter approval at 78% and 74%, respectively.

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FWISD Projects

As promised by Fort Worth ISD Superintendent Kent P. Scribner, plans are well underway to get a “jack rabbit” start on projects approved by voters during the 2017 Penny Swap and Bond Election.

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under-construction

Overton Park Elementary School

Overton Park ES

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under-construction

Southwest Athletics

Southwest High School

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under-construction

Arlington Heights Athletics

Arlington Heights High School

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under-construction

O.D. Wyatt Athletics

O.D. Wyatt High School

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in-design

Amon Carter-Riverside Add., Reno & Fine Arts

Amon Carter-Riverside HS

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Upcoming events

Stay up to date on what events are coming up with the FWISD 2017 Bond!

Here are some of our past events:

  • A FWISD Bond Bid Preview where attendees learned about projects entering the procurement phase.
  • Monthly workshops to learn about contracting opportunities with the FWISD Capital Improvement Program.