Category: ‘In the News’

Bright Spots: FWISD shifts focus to remote learning

Fort Worth ISD is meeting the challenge of remote learning head on, providing its families and students the tools necessary to continue their educational journey outside the walls of their schools. Keeping students involved and parents/caregivers connected to many resources available throughout FWISD has been the unflinching goal of the District once school closures became […] Read more

Apr, 17, 2020


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


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


ELA launches Help Me Grow North Texas

A variety of services, programs and resources exist in Tarrant County to support families and children. Navigating those resources is not always easy or clear for families. That’s where Help Me Grow North Texas comes in. While parents support their children, Help Me Grow North Texas is designed to support parents. “We’ve enhanced our partnership […] Read more


Real Estate Council of Greater Fort Worth raises more than $10,000 on North Texas Giving Day

The rain stayed away, and the donations came pouring in. The 2019 Panther City Dodgeball Tournament raised $10,500 for Read Fort Worth on North Texas Giving Day (NTGD). The eighth annual event, organized by the Real Estate Council of Greater Fort Worth’s Young Leaders Steering Committee, has traditionally raised money to support education in Tarrant […] Read more

Sep, 20, 2019


Read Fort Worth to launch bold, coordinated initiative to recruit 1,000 Reading Volunteers

FORT WORTH, Texas (June 28, 2019) – Read Fort Worth is undertaking the most ambitious service project in its history by assisting in the coordinated recruitment of at least 1,000 reading volunteers as part of a comprehensive reading volunteer initiative to support Fort Worth ISD, along with community partners Read2Win and Reading Partners. Recruitment for […] Read more

Summer Scholars Collaborative students to receive more than 15,000 books

FORT WORTH, Texas (June 26, 2019) – More than 3,000 students participating in the 2019 Summer Scholars Collaborative will receive more than 15,000 books from Read Fort Worth in conjunction with the Mayor’s Summer Reading Challenge through the Fort Worth Public Library. Read Fort Worth delivered the first batch of more than 100 books Tuesday […] Read more

Family Reader – May 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! Enjoy this month’s Family Reader and sign up here […] Read more



Donors can help FWISD fund STEM enrichment and implement literacy strategies at four libraries FORT WORTH, Texas (March 25, 2018) – Read Fort Worth is competing in A Community Thrives to raise $100,000 and potentially more to implement elementary literacy strategies and introduce STEM enrichment at four Fort Worth ISD elementary campus libraries (Sunrise, Moss, […] Read more

Mar, 25, 2019


City of Fort Worth early literacy efforts known as 100X25

The City of Fort Worth, in collaboration with Read Fort Worth and the Fort Worth ISD, has announced that the City’s programming to further the mission of improving third-grade literacy will be known as “100×25.” The name was announced at the March 5 City Council meeting and refers to a citywide effort that mobilizes educators, […] Read more


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