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Posted By FWTXmag Productions on 2018 Jul 30 - 11:29am

The 85-acre area along Marine Creek Parkway, north of Interstate 820, is already home to Chisholm Trail High School, the Hollenstein Career and Technology Center, and the Tarrant County College Northwest campus. Soon, a middle school will join the bunch — Marine Creek Middle School, currently...

Posted By Jenni Hanley on 2013 Dec 11 - 3:03pm

Now serving 24,000 students in 48 Tarrant County schools, CIS is the nation’s largest and most effective dropout prevention organization.

Gliding across the stage to “Pomp and Circumstance” is a true rite of passage — for some people. To others struggling to keep the lights on, support younger siblings, or even find a good meal, a diploma can quickly lose priority. That’s where Communities in Schools comes in...

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Jul 22 - 9:25am

The entrepreneurial bug bit TCU alumnae Kathleen Ward early. It took less than two years as a financial analyst in Silicon Valley for her to realize the dream of starting a business. In February, she launched uChilla.com and has not looked back. This classifieds website specifically caters to...

Posted By Anonymous on 2013 Jul 22 - 9:10am

The 9th annual Tarrant County Back to School Roundup on Aug. 7 provides tools for academic success for every student, regardless of socioeconomic status. This non-profit organization estimates that 10,000 qualifying students in grades K-12 will receive free school supplies, haircuts, immunizations...

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 Jul 25 - 3:47pm

Meet 15 people who qualify as Fort Worth, Texas magazine Top Teachers in 2012. Next to our parents — and in some cases more important than our parents — teachers shape our lives. A reader who is also a teacher suggested that we find some way to recognize the importance of teachers....

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 Jun 4 - 11:24am

Parenting isn't as easy as you think.

By Shauna Glenn I knew when I became a parent it wouldn’t be easy. Besides the obvious thing, you know, taking care of a teeny tiny human being (who, by the way, didn’t come with an instruction manual), there were too many decisions to make. Which was best? Cloth or disposable...