FWCD seeks to develop positive skills in students through a new program called Fort Worth Country Day 4-H.
Fort Worth Independent School District has begun a new literacy initiative aimed to have all third graders reading by 2025.
The Fort Worth Library is preparing the programs for the Spring 2017 chapter.
High school students worked on a mural to help improve their community.
A local high school teacher was honored with the title Chair of Teaching Excellence.
Bilingual story time is offered at the Southwest Regional Library every Monday at 4 p.m. and Spanish books are available for check out at the library.
Families are getting the opportunity to learn sign language during this four-week program to better communicate with their children.
Four high school students are the owners and managers of a clothing company in Fort Worth.
The Boys and Girls Club of Greater Fort Worth is a safe place for children living in impoverished and sometimes dangerous neighborhoods.
In memory of a recent Paschal High School grad, the school has started a reading festival that will continue inspiring children to read for years to come.