Work with kids in summer sustainability reading program

If you would like to volunteer to read children’s books about sustainability with elementary students in Arlington this summer, please contact Dr. Peggy Semingson (Asst. Prof., Curriculum & Instruction). Students work with small groups of kids to read and write about themes related to sustainability and environment. The program mainly takes place in June. A background check must be completed. Books and resources are provided. Students must provide their own transportation to Arlington locations.

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  • TexPREP is the summer program we have here at Texas Wesleyan University for 7th – 10th grade students interested in and underrepresented in math/science/engineering. The dates are June 8 –July 28.

    This summer Sustainability is one issue that all the students will be learning about. I am looking for resources for our students. I was wondering if any of the books that you will be using in your summer reading program would be applicable for the TexPREP students. Also, do you have suggestions for other resources and activities.

    Thank you

    Jane Moore, Director TexPREP
    Professor of Mathematics
    Chair, Department of Math/CS
    Texas Wesleyan University
    817 531 4882

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