Five new campuses have been dedicated in Northwest ISD so far in the 2023-24 fall semester.

The details

According to a district news release, two replacement elementary schools, two new elementary schools and one new middle school that were dedicated include:
  • Seven Hills Elementary School
  • Worthington Middle School
  • Hatfield Elementary School
  • Carter Elementary School
  • Daniel Elementary School
The backstory

The news release stated that Seven Hills Elementary School and Hatfield Elementary School were replaced with new buildings. Seven Hills Elementary's original campus opened in 1988. Located at 654 FM 3433 in Newark, the school is named for the seven hills in close proximity to the school.

Hatfield Elementary School, located at 936 Blackhorse Trail in Justin, was opened in 1998, the news release stated. The new building almost doubles the student capacity of up to 850 students.

The new Seven Hills and W.R. Hatfield campuses feature Northwest ISD’s modernized elementary school design, including state-of-the-art learning features such as collaborative learning areas and open spaces, according to the news release.

Diving in deeper

Carter Elementary School, Daniel Elementary School and Worthington Middle School are all new campuses and all were open for the first day of the 2023-24 school year, according to the news release.

Located at 1045 Mascot Blvd. in Fort Worth, C.W. Worthington Middle School was named for a former school board member who served from 1965 to 1975, the news release stated.

Carter Elementary School—located at 4117 Borealis Drive in Haslet—is named for Molly Livengood Carter who grew up on the land that the school sits on and graduated as salutatorian of Northwest High School, according to the news release.

Located in the Pecan Square community at 1907 Tye St. in Northlake, Daniel Elementary School serves one of the fastest-growing areas of the school district, according to the news release. The school was named for Johnie Daniel, a local land manager and rancher who worked in a leadership role for Hillwood over the course of 28 years. In this role, Daniel managed the land of numerous real estate properties that spurred Northwest ISD’s growth in North Fort Worth's Alliance corridor, the news release stated.