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Dr. Bruce Tabor, Ed.D, MEd, MBA, BBA, Superintendent/CEO
Phone 254-765-3095 | Fax 254-765-3473 | Location: Central Office Building | 201 N. 4th St. Wortham TX 76693 | Hours 7:30 to 4 | Blog Link Archive
Administrative Assistant to the Superintendent, Sherry Shivers email |District Accounting Clerk, Lana Calame email | Maintenance & Transportation Director, Jeff Craig email | District RTI Coordinator, Cheri' Spencer email | Bulldog Cafe Manager, Christine Daniels email | Technology Coordinator, James Dorman email
Congratulations Wortham School Board Trustees, named by TASA/TASB
"Dedicated to Excellence in Education"
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I welcome your comments and feedback any time. I believe that open dialogue with all stakeholders is essential to improving the environment for everyone. Please feel free to call the district office and share your opinion or schedule a time to visit.
Thanks again for all the support. GO BULLDOGS!!!
Dr. Bruce Tabor
Our vision is centered on ensuring that "Students Come First." Our efforts as a team within the Wortham ISD educational community can be described in three primary concepts: commitment, caring-concern and common sense. We are committed to the success of our students, parents/caregivers and each other. As role models, we are building a culture of caring and concern, leading by example. By recognizing the value of a common sense approach to problem solving, we are promoting the best opportunity for success at school and in the workplace, and beyond. Education is business with many unique characteristics. With new technologies, advances in research, and by embracing the ever-growing need for accountability, we prepare for the future. When we focus on commitment, concerned caring and a common sense approach, we can provide the best environment for all our kids, each day no matter what challenges we face, and they in turn, will thrive in reaching their own full potential.