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Posted by on Jun 29, 2015

Principal Aaron Weston and the students of the Delaware Valley Elementary School who participated in the recent Read-A-Thon.

Principal Aaron Weston and the students of the Delaware Valley Elementary School who participated in the recent Read-A-Thon.

On June 18th, the Read-A-Thon program, held in the Delaware Valley School District over the last 6 weeks, concluded and the students raised $1,800 for the Wayne Pike Adult Literacy Program, (WPALP). Students from the Delaware Valley High School and the three elementary schools of Delaware Valley, Dingman’s Ferry and Shohola, read additional books, selected by the school district, in return for pledges to support the WPALP. The WPALP is a non-profit volunteer organization that provides free tutoring and textbooks for adults who want to earn their GED, learn English, or to improve their literacy. The money raised by these young scholars will go towards purchasing additional text books for adult students. Well done to all!  

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