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December 13, 2013

LETTERS TO THE EDITOR: Smoke, er, speak for yourself


Weatherford ISD will apply for a waiver from the Texas Education Agency to excuse days missed beyond our scheduled bad weather days.

Campuses are now in the process of adjusting exam schedules or student performances, as needed. Parents will be notified of any changes at their child’s campus.

We appreciate your patience as we work through any issues that result from our closings.

We look forward to resuming our regular school schedule and are hoping for a mild winter! 

Dr. Jeffrey Hanks, WISD Superintendent

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The City of Weatherford is considering an ordinance that would ban smoking inside restaurants and enclosed areas where food is prepared, sold or consumed. Do you agree with this proposal?

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