Fort Worth ISD Superintendent Kent Scribner announces retirement

Kent Scribner announced Thursday he will be stepping down as Fort Worth ISD superintendent at the conclusion of his contract.

Organization, Fort Worth Isd

1/13/2022 8:30:00 PM

Kent Scribner announced Thursday he will be stepping down as Fort Worth ISD superintendent at the conclusion of his contract.

Kent Scribner announced Thursday he will be stepping down as Fort Worth ISD superintendent at the conclusion of his contract.

Fort Worth ISD will be searching for a new superintendent.Kent Scribner announced Thursday he will be stepping down from the job at the conclusion of his contract, which is August 2024.Scribner said the announcement was made "to support a smooth and thoughtful transition." It gives the district more than two years to find a replacement.

Scribner has been in charge of FWISD since 2015. The district has 76,000 students.Scribner’s retirement is the second in two days for the two major districts in North Texas. Word leaked on Wednesday that Dallas ISD superintendent Michael Hinojosa will retire at the end of the current school year.

Read more: FOX 4 NEWS »

Highland Park 4th of July parade shooting survivors speak out

Abby and Tony Brosio told 'Good Morning America' about witnessing the Fourth of July shooting in Highland Park, Illinois. Read more >>

Wow both superintendents in Dallas and fort Worth are leaving that should tell you something

Large Crowds Expected For Return Of Fort Worth Stock Show & RodeoVendors are setting up shop, signs are posted and livestock is moving in as the start of the 2022 Fort Worth Stock Show & Rodeo prepares to start Friday.

Former Ku Klux Klan Hall In Fort Worth Being Turned Into 'Arts And Community Healing' SpaceThere were those who wanted to tear it down, and others who wanted to leave it standing -- but definitely reimagined. Now, a once meeting hall for the KKK in North Texas will be 'a space of truth, reconciliation, and liberation.'

Fort Worth Police Seek Person Of Interest After Elderly Man Severely Injured During RobberyDetectives in Fort Worth are asking for the public's help identifying a person of interest in an aggravated robbery that left an elderly man severely injured.

1 In Critical Condition Following Rollover In Fort Worth, Northbound Lanes Of Loop 820 Shut DownOne person was rushed to the hospital in critical condition Wednesday evening following a rollover crash off Loop 820 at Willbarger.

1 Killed In Rollover In Fort Worth, Loop 820 Northbound Service Road Remains Shut DownOne person was killed in a single-vehicle rollover crash off Loop 820 at Wilbarger in Fort Worth Wednesday evening.

South Fort Worth business park growing with new buildingDevelopers of a South Fort Worth business park are ready to start a second large building. VanTrust Real Estate broke ground in late 2020 on the first...

- Fort Worth ISD will be searching for a new superintendent. Kent Scribner announced Thursday he will be stepping down from the job at the conclusion of his contract, which is August 2024. Scribner said the announcement was made "to support a smooth and thoughtful transition." It gives the district more than two years to find a replacement. Scribner has been in charge of FWISD since 2015. The district has 76,000 students. Scribner’s retirement is the second in two days for the two major districts in North Texas. Word leaked on Wednesday that Dallas ISD superintendent Michael Hinojosa will retire at the end of the current school year. RELATED: Advertisement Fort Worth ISD superintendent discusses how the district has navigated the COVID-19 pandemic Fort Worth ISD Superintendent Dr. Kent Scribner told a business group that high schools in the district are finding ways to emerge from the challenges of the pandemic. Trending