Mansfield ISD is offering academic intervention programs for pre-kindergarten through eighth grade and acceleration courses and credit recovery for grades 9-12. The district is also offering enrichment camps to keep students engaged and summer study suggestions to help students prepare for the upcoming school term.
The MISD Student Nutrition Department will offer free breakfast and lunch to all children and teens (18 and younger and special needs 21 and under) from May 30 through July 28. Participants do not have to be enrolled in MISD to take advantage. Adults will be able to purchase meals at a reduced cost of $3 for breakfast and $5 for lunch.
Summer enrichment programs include science camps, sports camps and college prep, plus Camp Destination, Camp Invention and Summer Camp at Jandrucko Academy for pre-kindergartners through first-graders.
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