Christine Kuehn has been employed with the Fort Worth Independent School District since 2003. She began her career as a Hearing Officer in the Department of Student Discipline and Placement. In 2010, Mrs. Kuehn became a Stay-In-School Coordinator for the Department of Student Engagement and School Completion. In her current position, Mrs. Kuehn provides truancy interventions as well as dropout prevention for 9 campuses. Prior to working in Fort Worth ISD, Mrs. Kuehn served as a Juvenile Probation Officer in Tarrant County, Texas and Harris County, Texas. She holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Criminology and Criminal Justice from Sam Houston State University. She has also completed certification with the University of Texas at Arlington in Basic Mediation and Advance Family Mediation.
Comprehensive Truancy Intervention Program
Historic Stop 6 Initiative
Fort Worth, TX