Elementary Students Receiving Dual Language Immersion
Fort Worth, Texas – Sister Cities Partners with FWISD
In June, Fort Worth will welcome eight university students and two educators from Toluca, Mexico’s Monterrey Institute of Technology and Higher Education and the Autonomous University of the State of Mexico for a Dual Language Enrichment Camp for Fort Worth elementary students in partnership with the Fort Worth ISD. The Toluca university students will act as international facilitators for the three-week camp June 12-29 at Burton Hill Elementary School.
This year’s theme is “Our World: Present, Past & Future” and will provide summer enrichment for FWISD students in dual language studies to increase language and literacy across the content areas. Nearly 100 students are expected to attend.
The Toluca facilitators and educators are being home hosted by local families in order to give these visitors a glimpse into American life and to give the hosting families exposure to the culture of Toluca, as well.
While here the group will also explore local cultural attractions and experience true Texas hospitality. Visits include the Stockyards, the Kimbell Art Museum, Sundance Square and more.
The closing showcase for Dual Language Camp will be held at Burton Hill Elementary School on June 29 at 10:30 a.m. and is open to the public.