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Bright Spots: Mental health services for children in time of crisis

Bright Spots is a Read Fort Worth series spotlighting meaningful work being done on behalf of children in our community. In a time of school closures and social distancing guidelines, servicing the mental health and emotional needs of children is both challenging and necessary. Organizations such as Communities In Schools of Greater Tarrant County and […] Read more

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Coronavirus Update

Dear Read Fort Worth Partners, First and foremost, Read Fort Worth reaches out wishing you, your families, and those you serve wellness both to your physical and mental health as we all navigate the COVID-19 situation.   Read Fort Worth is working each day in response to Fort Worth ISD school closures until March 29th […] Read more

Mar, 19, 2020

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Bright Spots: Manuel Jara Elementary School

Bright Spots is a collaboration between Read Fort Worth and Fort Worth ISD spotlighting District elementary schools making meaningful academic progress in a variety of areas.   The pride seeped through Enrique Vega’s smile. Because the Manuel Jara Elementary third grader had perfect attendance for the last six weeks, he went into a raffle for […] Read more

Feb, 28, 2020

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Read Fort Worth and FWISD launch Attendance Pilot program

Read Fort Worth has launched an Attendance Pilot Program with eight Fort Worth ISD elementary school campuses with the vision of getting more students to school more often, since being in school is critical to learning. Read Fort Worth’s roles centers on convening external stakeholders to support data-informed decision making, facilitate community support and resources, […] Read more

Feb, 24, 2020

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Read Fort Worth Year in Review 2019

An eventful year for Read Fort Worth ends with momentum towards 2020, as we continue to support the dedicated and mission-driven elementary school teachers and leaders that work every day in our classrooms so that children can learn how to read. Along the way, we’ve focused our early-literacy efforts on a Strategic Framework consisting of […] Read more

Read Fort Worth Newsletter – November 2019

Read the November issue now! This month’s Read Fort Worth newsletter includes a Bright Spots feature on Westcliff Elementary and an article on our updated Strategic Framework, as well as updates from our partners at the Fort Worth Public Library. Read it now at: https://mailchi.mp/readfortworth/newsletter-november2019

Nov, 24, 2019

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Bright Spots: Westcliff Elementary

Bright Spots is a collaboration between Read Fort Worth and Fort Worth ISD spotlighting District elementary schools making meaningful academic progress, specifically in the areas of early childhood literacy.   Data is at the heart of just about every success celebrated at Westcliff Elementary. Along with a big ole dose of heart. Westcliff Principal Sara […] Read more

Nov, 14, 2019

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Family Reader/Noticiero Familiar (October/Octubre 2019)

Welcome to Family Reader! Read Fort Worth’s monthly newsletter is dedicated to families in our community. In each edition of Family Reader, we’ll pass on the latest news and tips from Fort Worth ISD and our friends across the city to support you and your kids. Download the October issue now! ¡Bienvenidos a su Noticiero […] Read more

Oct, 18, 2019

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Bright Spots: Bonnie Brae Elementary

Bright Spots is a collaboration between Read Fort Worth and Fort Worth ISD spotlighting District elementary schools making meaningful academic progress, specifically in the areas of early childhood literacy. The ingredients all existed at Bonnie Brae Elementary, at least as far as Principal Samantha Gonzalez was concerned. Good kids, happy teachers, neighborhood campus. Something was […] Read more

Oct, 17, 2019

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Celebrating the Classroom Library Campaign’s new beginning

Katherine Enriquez marched proudly down the Carroll Peak Elementary hall, four schoolmates in tow. Each carried a plastic red bin full of books, momentarily borrowed from their classrooms to tell a story. More than 130,000 stories, actually. After two years of planning and executing, fund raising and volunteering, distributing and setting up, Read Fort Worth’s […] Read more

Oct, 03, 2019

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