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This article needs references that appear in reliable third-party publications. Primary sources or sources affiliated with the subject are generally not sufficient for a Wikipedia article. Please add more appropriate citations from reliable sources. (December 2007) Fort Worth Independent School District is a school district based in Fort Worth, Texas, United States. It is currently the fifth largest school district in Texas (but may fall to sixth within the next 1–2 years). FWISD serves most of the city of Fort Worth. The district also serves the cities of Benbrook, Westover Hills, and Westworth Village. The district also covers portions of Forest Hill and Haltom City and unincorporated portions of Tarrant County. In 2009, the school district was rated "academically acceptable" by the Texas Education Agency.[1] Contents 1 School uniforms 2 Salary 3 Schools 3.1 Secondary schools 3.1.1 High schools 3.1.2 Middle Schools 3.2 Primary schools 4 See also 5 References 6 External links // School uniforms Fort Worth ISD approved mandatory school uniforms, referred to as "standards of dress," for all schools in grades K-8 for the 2006-2007 school year. The new policy mandates collared blue or white and tucked-in shirts and disallows baggy pants and revealing tops, though even before uniform rules of baggy pants and revealing tops were already in place. High school students are not required to wear uniforms, but may not wear T-shirts as outer clothing. [2] The Texas Education Agency specified that the parents and/or guardians of students zoned to a school with uniforms may apply for a waiver to opt out of the uniform policy so their children do not have to wear the uniform [3]; parents must specify "bona fide" reasons, such as religious reasons or philosophical objections. But despite that law many opt outs were rejected and the district was sued but won, this opt out is required by Texas state law, but many were ignored Salary For the 09-10 school year, salaries for new Ft Worth teachers with a Bachelors degree and no experience started at $46,570. With over 30 years of teaching experience, a FWISD teacher holding a bachelors degree would gross $68,193. Masters and Doctoral degrees increase a FWISD's teacher's pay by approximately $1,000/yr and $4,000/yr respectively.[4] Teacher Salaries in the FWISD are ranked among the top ten of the districts in the area. For the 09-10 school year, salary for new teachers was ranked 7th. This was above Eagle Mtn/Saginaw ($46540) and below Mansfield ($46800). They ranked 1st place for teachers with over 30 years of experience.[5] Schools Secondary schools High schools Zoned Amon Carter-Riverside High School (Fort Worth) Arlington Heights High School (Fort Worth) Diamond Hill-Jarvis High School (Fort Worth) Paul Laurence Dunbar High School (Fort Worth) Eastern Hills High School (Fort Worth) North Side High School (Fort Worth) R. L. Paschal High School (Fort Worth) Polytechnic High School (Fort Worth) South Hills High School (Fort Worth) Southwest High School (Fort Worth) Western Hills High School (Benbrook) O. D. Wyatt High School (Fort Worth) Green B. Trimble Technical High School (Fort Worth) Alternative J.J.A.E.P Juvenile Justice Alternative Education Program (Fort Worth) Lena Pope home (Fort Worth) Boulevard Heights (Fort Worth) Middle Level Learning Center (Fort Worth) Success High School (Fort Worth) Horizons Alternative School (Fort Worth) Jo Kelly School (Fort Worth) Metro Opportunity School (fort Worth) Middle Schools Applied Learning Academy Como Montessori School Daggett Middle School Dunbar Middle School and Dunbar 6th Grade School Horizons Alternative Middle School J.P. Elder Middle School Forest Oak Middle School Glencrest 6th Grade School Handley Middle School William James Middle School Kirkpatrick Middle School Leonard Middle School and Leonard 6th Grade School W.P. McLean Middle School and McLean 6th Grade School W.A. Meacham Middle School Meadowbrook Middle School William Monnig Middle School Morningside Middle School Riverside Middle School Rosemont Middle School and Rosemont 6th Grade School W. C. Stripling Middle School Wedgwood Middle School and Wedgwood 6th Grade School Primary schools Harlean Beal Elementary School (Forest Hill) Benbrook Elementary School (Benbrook) Bonnie Brae Elementary School Edward J. Briscoe Elementary School Burton Hill Elementary School Carroll Peak Elementary School Carter Park Elementary School Cesar Chavez Primary School (PreK-2) George C. Clarke Elementary School Lily B. Clayton Elementary School Como Elementary School Alice D. Contreras Elementary School E.M. Daggett Elementary School Clifford Davis Elementary School De Zavala Elementary School Diamond Hill Elementary School S.S. Dillow Elementary School East Handley Elementary School Eastern Hills Elementary School Bill J. Elliott Elementary School M.G. Ellis Primary School (PreK-K) Glen Park Elementary School 2004 National Blue Ribbon School [6] W.M. Green Elementary School Greenbriar Elementary School H.V. Helbing Elementary School Natha Howell Elementary School Hubbard Heights Elementary School Dolores Huerta Elementary School Manuel Jara Elementary School M.L. Kirkpatrick Elementary School Maude I. Logan Elementary School Lowery Road Elementary School Atwood McDonald Elementary School D. McRae Elementary School Meadowbrook Elementary School Rufino Mendoza Elementary School 2003 National Blue Ribbon School [6] Luella Merrett Elementary School Mitchell Boulevard Elementary School M.H. Moore Elementary School Morningside Elementary School Christene C. Moss Elementary School Charles Nash Elementary School North Hi Mount Elementary School Oakhurst Elementary School Oaklawn Elementary School A.M. Pate Elementary School Mary Louise Phillips Elementary School Ridglea Hills Elementary School Sam Rosen Elementary School Sagamore Hill Elementary School David K. Sellars Elementary School (Forest Hill) Seminary Hills Park Elementary School Bruce Shulkey Elementary School T.A. Sims Elementary School South Hi Mount Elementary School South Hills Elementary School Springdale Elementary School J.T. Stevens Elementary School Sunrise-McMillian Elementary School Tanglewood Elementary School 1991-92 National Blue Ribbon School [7] I.M. Terrell Elementary School W.J. Turner Elementary School Van Zandt-Guinn Elementary School Maudrie M. Walton Elementary School Washington Heights Elementary School Waverly Park Elementary School West Handley Elementary School Westcliff Elementary School Westcreek Elementary School Western Hills Elementary School Western Hills Primary School (PreK-2) Westpark Elementary School (Benbrook) Versia L. Williams Elementary School Richard J. Wilson Elementary School Woodway Elementary School Worth Heights Elementary School See also Dallas-Fort Worth portal List of school districts in Texas References ^ "2009 Accountability Rating System". Texas Education Agency. http://ritter.tea.state.tx.us/perfreport/account/2009/index.html.  ^ "Standards of Dress". Archived from the original on 2008-06-05. http://web.archive.org/web/20080605022213/http://www.fortworthisd.org/comm/2007_dress.html.  ^ "Uniforms," Texas Education Agency ^ http://www.fwisd.org/hcm/Documents/2009-2010%20Classroom%20Teacher%20Salary%20Schedule.pdf ^ http://www.ueatexas.com/2009-2010ComparisonOfTeacherSalariesInTheWesternMetroplex.pdf ^ a b Microsoft Word - list-2003.doc ^ Blue Ribbon Schools Program, Schools Recognized 1982-1983 Through 1999-2002 (PDF) External links Fort Worth ISD Fort Worth ISD Council of PTAs Fort Worth ISD Library Media Services