The last incumbent with a seat up for election on May 11 has filed. No opponents have filed.
On Tuesday, Dr. Theophlous Aron (T.A.) Sims Sr., a pharmacist, filed paperwork seeking another term representing the board's district 4. Sims, 72, was first elected to the board in 1983.
Dr. Carlos Vasquez has filed for the upcoming Fort Worth school board election, scheduled for May 11. Vasquez, 45, who listed his occupation as an educator, is seeking another term as the board's district 1 representative.
All incumbents except Dr. Theophlous Aron (T.A.) Sims Sr. have filed to retain their seats on the board. And Sims, in a telephone interview on Monday with the Star-Telegram, confirmed that he intends to run for another term in district 4. He expects to file paperwork this week.
The board of education trustees are elected by voters in each of nine districts and serve as single member district representatives. Trustees serve four year terms and are not paid for their service.
Trustee Norman Robbins, 65, has filed for the May 11 election. Robbins, a senior community relations manager, is seeking another term to represent the board's district 7.
So for those keeping track, incumbents in districts 7, 8 and 9 have filed this week.
Two Fort Worth schools trustees on Wednesday filed paperwork to seek another term on the board.
By mid-afternoon on Wednesday, the opening of the campaign filing season for municipal and school board elections, Juan Rangel, 65, a marketing/management consultant, filed in district 9 and Joe Ralph (J.R.) Martinez, 46, a realtor, filed for district 8.
The Fort Worth school board has nine single member districts. Districts, 1, 4, 7, 8 and 9 are up for election on May 11. Members serve four years.
We'll add more trustee filings as they are posted on the school district's website.