Michael Jung, NFHS Principal

“We are already looking ahead and planning for another incredible school year in Forney ISD,” said Forney ISD Superintendent Dr. Justin Terry.

On Saturday May 4th, the 2019 Forney ISD District Art Show was held at the Forney Learning Academy.

After studying the growth and needs of the district over multiple meetings in April and May, the Innovative School Facilities Planning Committee recommended the Forney ISD Board of Trustees call a


Children and adults learn many valuable lessons while competing in sports.

It’s hard to even know where to start when writing a story about the Lady Jackrabbit softball team. This team overcame tragedy in the most public of ways over the last two years.

Pre-game “Star Spangled Banner”

Friday evening, May 24, at Wylie High School Pirate Field, the Forney Jackrabbit “Softballers” used a strong 2nd inning to set the tone for the rest of the game as they defeated Frisco Reedy, 11—1


The need for education reform is a consistent topic among communities, educators and policy makers.

The scene is outside of a remote village in Slovenia, in a cave. The time is somewhere between 60,000 & 30,000 years ago. The object we see before us appears to be the femur of a cave bear.

When did we as a society stop teaching, learning and demonstrating coping skills? I wish I could say this phenomenon is isolated to children, but sadly it is not.

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