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Camp Out With A Book

This video is about NACS Elementary Principals reading to students.

School ‘campfire’ part of reading program

Michelle Davies | The Journal Gazette
Tristan Fleischer, a first-grader at Perry Hill Elementary School, checks out the “campfire” inside the tent where Principal Barb Ihnen read to children as part of Friday’s Camp Out With a Book program, part of the Pizza Hut BOOK IT! program. The principals at all of the Northwest Allen County Schools elementaries spent the day reading to students.