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News 2 visits Farmer Elementary for "Read 2 Succeed" back button

The WFMY News 2 morning team brought its "Read to Succeed" feature to Farmer Elementary on January 5, 2017.  See the video here.

The "Read to Succeed" program is a motivational program by the morning News 2 team to help encourage elementary age students to find the joy, love, and value in learning to read. They know that becoming a good reader is the foundational building blocks for all other academic success. The program consists of music, dancing, skits and motivational speeches and lasts about 30 minutes and really gets the students pumped and motivated to become lovers of reading and readers for life.

 

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