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WFISD Announces Camp Read 2 Learn

Wichita Falls, Texas - WFISD is excited to announce an extension of Partners In Education's reading program, Read 2 Learn, also known as Camp R2L.

WFISD officials believe Camp R2L will keep students reading abilities strong over the summer. Four Camp R2L sessions will be held during the summer of 2015.

A current Read 2 Learn coordinator will run each session, assisted by two WFISD employees and a team of community volunteers. Registration is free, and each student will receive a free t-shirt, daily lunch and incentives to keep them focused and motivated.

Session #1
Lamar Elementary, 2206 Lucas, Wichita Falls, TX
Campuses Invited: Lamar, Washington/Jackson, Fain and Southern Hills
June 15- June 26
10:00 a.m. -12:00 p.m. (lunch included)
R2L Coordinator - Kim Schubert

Session #2
Rider High School, 4611 Cypress, Wichita Falls, TX
Campuses Invited: Jefferson, Fowler, West and Milam
July 6- July 10
9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. (lunch included)
R2L Coordinator - Linda McMurry

Session #3
Wichita Falls High School,  2149 Ave. H, Wichita Falls, TX
Campuses Invited: Crockett, Zundy, Franklin and Cunningham
July 6 - July 10
9:30 a.m. -11:30a.m. (lunch included)
R2L Coordinator - Cindy Underwood

Session #4
Burgess Elementary, 3106 Maurine Wichita Falls, TX
Campuses Invited: Burgess, Scotland Park and Haynes
July 13 - July 24
10:00 a.m.- 12:00 p.m. (lunch included)
R2L Coordinator - Stacie Watson
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