Fort Worth district sets town hall meetings on $490 million bond package

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School district officials have scheduled town hall meetings to give voters information about the proposed $490 million bond package.

The meetings, scheduled for September and October, will be held at every high school and at other locations starting Sept. 5.

On Nov. 5, voters will consider three propositions to fund classroom additions, a new high school complex, technology and security upgrades, and districtwide pre-kindergarten.

All meetings will be held from 7 to 8:30 p.m.

Here is the schedule:

Sept. 5: Texas Academy of Biomedical Sciences, 3813 Valentine St., Fort Worth

Sept. 9: Dunbar High School, 5700 Ramey Ave., Fort Worth

Sept. 12: North Side High School, 2211 McKinley St., Fort Worth

Sept. 17: Eastern Hills High School, 5701 Shelton St., Fort Worth

Sept. 19: Trimble Tech High School, 1003 W. Cannon St., Fort Worth

Sept. 23: Western Hills High School, 3600 Boston Ave., Benbrook

Sept. 26: Southwest High School, 4100 Altamesa Blvd., Fort Worth

Sept. 30: Arlington Heights High School, 45011 West Freeway, Fort Worth

Oct. 2: Diamond Hill-Jarvis High School, 1411 Maydell St., Fort Worth

Oct. 3: O.D. Wyatt High School, 2400 E. Seminary Drive, Fort Worth

Oct. 7: Paschal High School, 3001 Forest Park Blvd., Fort Worth

Oct. 9: Polytechnic High School, 1300 Conner Ave., Fort Worth

Oct. 10: Carter-Riverside High School, 3301 Yucca Ave., Fort Worth

Oct. 15: South Hills High School, 6101 McCart Ave., Fort Worth

Oct. 16: Young Men’s Leadership Academy, 5100 Willie St., Fort Worth

Oct. 17: Young Women’s Leadership Academy, location to be announced

Jessamy Brown, 817-390-7326 Twitter: @jessamybrown

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