Read Fort Worth Newsletter – July 2019

July 2019 Newsletter IN THIS ISSUE Message from Executive Director Anel Mercado Wanted: Reading Volunteers for 2019-2020 School Year Classroom Library Campaign Delivers Read Fort Worth Expands Communications Team Expanded Learning: Preventing Summer Slide Child Wellness: Planning Phase City of Fort Worth: Summer Reading Challenge Celebration ELA Corner: Help Me Grow North Texas Fort Worth […] Read more

Summer Scholars Collaborative: Rising Star’s Mission of Reading

The mission of the Rising Star Baptist Church Summer Youth Program is to provide a safe and fun-filled environment that promotes education, health, fellowship, and teamwork among the community and the Rising Star family. And while all of that is true, one purpose stands above Rev. Ralph W. Emerson, Jr.


Noticiero Familiar – Julio 2019

¡Bienvenidos a su Noticiero Familiar! El Noticiero Familiar Mensual de Lee Fort Worth lo dedicamos a las familias de nuestra comunidad. ¡En cada una de nuestras ediciones del Noticiero Familiar, les traeremos las últimas noticias y nuevas ideas del Distrito Escolar Independiente de Fort Worth y de nuestros amigos de toda la ciudad para ayudarles […] Read more

Jul, 17, 2019


Family Reader – July 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

Jul, 17, 2019


Summer Scholars Collaborative: Finding Enrichment through Clayton

The aim of Clayton Youth Enrichment has always been in the name. Youth. Enrichment. So, it comes as no surprise that Clayton’s summer program, an extension of the organization’s TEA-funded 21st Century initiative, falls right in line with the positive and productive efforts being done year-round.


Summer Scholars Collaborative: A Life’s Calling for Loretta Burns

After 30 years of service, something inside of Loretta Burns told her she hadn’t done enough. And for a career military woman who transitioned to the federal government, the pull to do more sent her on a different path. The road was paved with obstacles and often with sleepless nights. It hasn’t been easy, but […] Read more


Summer Scholars Collaborative: Read2Win Makes a Difference

Joshua is pretty sure what reading means to him and his future. “I love reading because my brain needs to read more to get into middle school and high school,” said the 7-year-old Westcliff Elementary student during a midmorning snack break recently. In the simplest terms, he’s right. Joshua was one of 12 students participating […] 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

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

Read Fort Worth Newsletter – June 2019

June 2019 Newsletter IN THIS ISSUE Message from Executive Director Anel Mercado Reading Volunteers Expanded Learning Child Wellness Story Time with Mayor Price ELA Corner: Early Learning Showcase FWISD Pre-K Registration Event Highlights: Tough Stars Give Back In the News Executive Director’s Message Summer is officially here! Things are really heating up at Read Fort […] Read more

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