News and Publications

Fort Worth Country Day creates a variety of internal and external publications pieces throughout the year, including the School’s signature piece, Falconer, a bi-annual magazine, which is mailed to all alumni, current and past parents, former and current Trustees, grandparents, and faculty and staff. Other publications include the weekly FWCD Update eNewsletter for current parents.
 
To share a class note for the Falconer, please send to alumnirelations@fwcd.com.

To share a Falconer story suggestion, contact Shannon Allen, Communications and Constituent Relations Manager.
 

Media Inquiries

Members of the media may contact Shannon Allen, Communications and Constituent Relations Manager, to arrange interviews with members of the Fort Worth Country Day community. She may be reached via email or at 817.302.3244.

News and Announcements

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  • World Kindness Day, November 13, 2021

    Celebrate World Kindness Day

    World Kindness Day is Saturday, November 13. In celebration of the day, JK-12 students wore their Kindness Initiative or any FWCD T-shirt to school on Friday, November 12. How will your family mark World Kindness Day? How will you display this FWCD core value? What acts of kindness will you perform? The sky’s the limit! Share how your family honored the day by emailing Shannon Allen with a photo and a one-liner highlighting your act of kindness. 
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  • FWCD Celebrates Grandparents and Grandfriends

    Fort Worth Country Day will celebrate Grandparents’ and Grandfriends’ Day on Thursday, November 18 (junior kindergarten and kindergarten), and Friday, November 19 (grades 1-8). The parent preview event for kindergarten and fourth grade takes place on Wednesday, November 17. Fort Worth Country Day is excited to welcome back grandparents and grandfriends to campus!
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  • Mission Read: 2021 FWCD Book Fair

    Mission Read: 2021 FWCD Book Fair

    FWCD Libraries invites you to attend the 2021 FWCD Book Fair, November 29-December 3, in the Moncrief Library. Join your favorite secret agent librarians and their library operatives for an action-packed Book Fair where students shop for their next reading adventure. 
     
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  • Dr. C.D. Dickerson ’94, Curator and Head of Sculpture and Decorative Arts at the National Gallery in Washington, D.C. spoke to eighth-graders on November 2, giving them an interesting art history lesson on the various paintings they are studying at the Kimbell Art Museum for their Renaissance Art History Research Project.

    Bringing Art History to Life

    Dr. C.D. Dickerson ’94, Curator and Head of Sculpture and Decorative Arts at the National Gallery in Washington, D.C. (and parent of Amelia ’26 and Simon ’24 and husband of FWCD Board Vice President Elyse Stoltz Dickerson ’93), spoke to eighth-graders on November 2, giving them an interesting art history lesson on the various paintings they are studying at the Kimbell Art Museum for their Renaissance Art History Research Project. Dr. Dickerson is exceptionally familiar with the five choices as he served as the Curator of European Art at the Kimbell from 2009 to July 2015.
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  • Brain Buddies is an FWCD community service organization centered on exploring the wonders of the brain with fourth-graders through educational and entertaining games, lessons and activities.

    Learning about the Power of the Brain

    “Without the brain, our lives would essentially be meaningless. We wouldn’t be able to feel, think, speak, communicate, form relationships; we would all be exactly the same,” notes Lily Hyde ’24. “What differentiates the billions of people in the world are their backgrounds, their interests, their experiences—all things that wouldn’t be possible without the brain. So, if the brain is what allows us to live rich, fulfilling lives, why do we only begin to truly dive into it and learn about it later in life?” And that is the impetus for Hyde’s creation of Brain Buddies, an FWCD community service organization centered on exploring the wonders of the brain with fourth-graders through educational and entertaining games, lessons and activities.
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Fort Worth Country Day (FWCD) is a JK-12 private, independent, coeducational, nondenominational college-preparatory school located on approximately 100 acres in Fort Worth, Texas. The mission of Fort Worth Country Day School is to foster the intellectual, physical, emotional, and ethical development of capable students through an academically rigorous college preparatory program that integrates the arts and athletics.

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  • Website Accessibility Statement

    Fort Worth Country Day is committed to understanding and respecting differences. To further support that initiative, FWCD is focused on making the information on our website accessible to all students, parents, and other members of the community. Achieving our goal of making the FWCD website fully accessible requires auditing numerous sections and correcting elements with minimal disruption for daily users.

    We appreciate your patience as we transition our content to a format that more closely adheres to the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (WCAG 2.0) recommended by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). Additionally, some pages of the FWCD website may contain links to third-party sites that do not comply with accessibility standards and not within the range of the School’s control.

    For questions about the FWCD website, please contact Digital Media and Content Manager, Reggie Johnson at reggie.johnson@fwcd.com.

    Learn more about Fort Worth Country Day’s Mission, Philosophy, Core Values and Commitment to Inclusivity at fwcd.org/mission.