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Read Fort Worth Welcomes Two New Executive Council Members

Read Fort Worth is pleased to announce the addition of Susan Alanis and Chelsea Griffith to our Executive Council. Both women bring years of experience and leadership as we work to ensure all students read on grade level by third grade to equip them on the path to success in school and life. Susan Alanis […] Read more

Thanking Our Community Partners!

We share our appreciation to each of the who work alongside us to improve early literacy outcomes for Fort Worth students. On behalf of Read Fort Worth, we wish you all a happy holiday season.

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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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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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

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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

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Summer Scholars Collaborative: United Community Centers seek to serve and empower

United Community Centers, Inc. is serious about serving and empowering those in need by creating opportunities to enrich lives within the community. Doing so for children is the goal of UCC’s Summer Education Enrichment Program, which is part of Read Fort Worth’s Summer Scholars Collaborative. The Collaborative consists of 12 programs at more than 60 […] Read more

Summer Scholars Collaborative: Putting out a different kind of fire

Responding to crisis is in a firefighter’s DNA. Not every crisis is built the same. There’s a critical need in Fort Worth – and around the country – in the space of early childhood literacy and preventing learning loss over the summer. Developing strategies and collecting data to create system change is an ongoing process […] Read more

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

Family Reader – June 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

Jun, 06, 2019

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