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A Meal And A Book

Children picking up lunch and a breakfast for the next day at four Fort Worth ISD facilities were gifted free books to take home this week.bookdistribution  

The bagged books – distributed at Clifford Davis Elementary School, De Zavala Elementary School, Como Montessori School and Hubbard Heights Elementary School – were made available on a first come, first serve basis.

The free books are made available to children at four Meals To Go sites on behalf of Read Fort Worth.

Meals to Go sites in the Fort Worth ISD will continue to operate as scheduled under the Stay at Home order announced by city and county officials, March 24, 2020, as it is an essential service to the community. For a complete list of the District’s 18 Meals To Go locations and operating times, visit

Fort Worth ISD’s initiative –100 X 25 FWTX – sets a goal of 100% of third graders reading at or above grade level by the year 2025.   Superintendent Kent P. Scribner is partnering with Mayor Betsy Price and city business officials to lead the community-wide Read Fort Worth initiative. This collective impact strategy engages parents, grandparents, and caregivers as well as volunteers from the city’s business sector, higher education, non-profit organizations, and the faith-based community.


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