The Fort Worth ISD will host two online information sessions for parents on Wednesday and Thursday about the importance of pre-kindergarten and kindergarten. 

Attendees will also learn why FWISD’s pre-kindergarten and kindergarten classrooms provide a solid foundation for the future.

The Zoom meetings will take place 6-7 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday and can be joined by going to www.fwisd.org/PreKInfo.

Attendees on both evenings who stay for the entire presentation will be eligible for door prizes, including gift certificates from Kroger and Central Market and “family-friendly” baskets that include wireless ear buds, computer mouse, and other items.  

Pre-K registration is underway now for the 2021-22 school year for children who are four or who will be 4 by September 1, as well as for kindergarten for children who are not currently enrolled in the district.

Besides how to register their children, parents will learn:

  • How pre-K dramatically impacts a child’s development
  • Why it matters which pre-K program parents choose for their children
  • Where high-quality early childhood instruction in Fort Worth can be found in both pre-K and kindergarten

There will be time for questions and answers during the sessions.

The session on Wednesday will be presented in English, with Spanish interpretation available. The Thursday event will be presented in Spanish, with English interpretation available on the site.

Fort Worth ISD pre-K and kindergarten teachers are certified in early childhood instruction by the state of Texas — a designation not required by charter or private schools. They receive an extra 30 hours training annually. This additional training equips our educators with the latest tools to give young students the right balance of structure and play in their education.

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