Social Emotional Well-Being Project

Resources to Stay Connected with FWISD

FWISD Division of Equity & Excellence 2020 Racial Equity Virtual Summit III

Opening: Saturday, Nov. 7th 8:30am

Sessions: Monday-Friday, Nov. 9-13th (12pm & 6pm)

Theme: #ChangingtheNarrative

Registration: | Eventbrite

Printable Program

Challenge: Tik Tok Equity Dance



Google Entry Form:

1. Watch the Dance video and learn the dance

2. Record yourself and/or with others doing the dance to Equity song

3. Upload your video to the Google Entry Form by October 30th

4. Share your video on social media platforms with hashtags:

#ChangingtheNarrative | #FWISDEquityDanceChallenge2020

The winning video will be featured at summit opening.

All entries will be automatically entered in a drawing for a prize.

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Other Wellness Resources

Choose Love Movement

October is Courage Month

31 Days of Choosing Love in October


#kindtober #kindnessmatters

Random Acts of Kindness


All students and families are welcomed in Fort Worth ISD. Below are a few resources to inform and support our students.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Welcoming Schools

Human Rights Campaign

The Trevor Project


Campus Counselors and Intervention Specialists can be contacted to provide assistance.

Family & Community Resource Center

Ottis Goodwin, Director

Fort Worth ISD provide supportive behavioral and mental health service at the Family Resource Centers and Family Action Center for students, families and their caregivers. We help meet the social, emotional and mental health needs of students by connecting them with behavioral health resources. Getting help for your child at the FRC is an easy process. It begins with contacting us by phone or filling out the referral link at Or call (817)-814-2870.

Virtual Care for Families COVID 19 Telehealth & Testing

English | Spanish

Trauma Informed Care Services

Cindy Bethany, Director

Region 11 ESC List of Mental Health Community Resources

TeleHealth Session by FWISD Trauma Specialists for Parents & Teachers: 682-233-3710

TEA Approved Trauma Informed & Grief Informed

Trainings | Frameworks | Interventions | Supplemental Programs

Community Resource List for Financial/Basic | Needs Phone/Internet | Food | Childcare | Elderly | Reliable Public Health Info | Mental/Behavioral Health | Counseling | Substance Abuse

TEA Mental & Behavioral Health Grief & Trauma Informed Virtual Support & Statewide Resources List April 3, 2020

Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

EAP Resource Room | Fort Worth ISD

Fort Worth ISD registration code: AWP-FWISD-1183

TCG Services | FinPath | Blog | Schedule a TeleWealth

Offers FWISD employees financial wellness tips, coaching and resources for weathering the COVID-19.

Alliance Work Partners (AWP) Blog:

Self Care

Stress Management



Social Wellness

LinkedIn | in LEARNING:

Managing Stress for Positive Change

Building Resilience

How to Manage Feeling Overwhelmed

Mindfulness Practices

Balancing Work and Life

FWISD SEAS Program | rethinkEd

Letter to Parent - rethinkEd information and registration

O.P.E.N. Doors Homeless

Jo Carter, Specialist | 682-238-0465

Undra Semple, Liaison | 682-325-9319

Texas Education for Homeless Children & Youth-TEHCY

COVID-19 Resource Page

McKinney-Vento Poster for Parents | English | Spanish

McKinney-Vento Poster for School-Age Youth | English | Spanish

Intervention Services

Vicky Warren, Director

Mental Health Connection of Tarrant County

FWCP Interventionist Infograph:

-English How to talk to your kids about COVID

-Spanish Cómo hablar con sus hijos sobre COVID

-Somali Sida Loogala hadlo Ilmahaaga Wax ku saabsan COVID

Equity & Excellence

Nikki Chamblee, Restorative Practices Coordinator

Providing activities to build relationship and stay connected. Assisting with the implementation of social emotional learning with families, students and teachers. Join us on FB Live Chats every Mon, Wed, Fri at 9am for students and at 1:30pm for families.