Tuesday, June 28, 2016


Thank you to a reader who sent us this excerpt from the district, not sure how old it is.  Either way we needed a laugh and the way the district is touting her expertise to help bring equity to the district.  Equity on what?   for students?  She left that a long time ago when she decided to ruin the district.  She can't say she has brought equity when the district is lopsided in scores and also has reigned under the same bullying tactics she uses to quiet people.  She sure still wears Maleficent very well.


Fort Worth, Texas – Fort Worth ISD administrator Sherry Breed has been chosen to receive the Dr. Marion J. Brooks Living Legend Award by the National Multicultural Western Heritage Museum.
Mrs. Breed, a lifelong resident of Fort Worth, who attended Fort
Worth ISD schools, comes from a family of educators. After receiving a
BS from Texas A&M University at Commerce she began teaching
pre-kindergarten and first-grade students at S. S. Dillow Elementary
School in 1982. She eventually became a principal at Sagamore Hill
Elementary School, an associate superintendent and the chief of
Leadership, Learning and Student Support Services. She now leads a new department in the Fort Worth ISD as the chief of Equity and Excellence.
In her newest role she anticipates this department being an integral
element in managing equitable practices throughout the District to
ensure stud ents of color receive the highest quality education possible.
“I am very proud of the contributions Mrs. Breed has made to the Fort
Worth ISD,” said Superintendent Dr. Kent P. Scribner. “In her new role,
addressing issues of equity and excellence will be critical to the Fort
Worth ISD becoming a premier urban school district. I look forward to
her leadership in that endeavor.”
In addition to her professional duties, Mrs. Breed serves her
community in many additional roles. She serves on the board of the YMCA and is a member o f the Fort Worth Chapter of the Links Incorporated, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Incorporated and Women’s Policy Forum. She is a longtime member of Mt. Zion Baptist Church in Fort Worth and serves as the Superintendent of Sunday school, Vacation Bible School Teacher and Church Deaconess.

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