Local Partnership Helps Enhance Recreational Activities for Youth
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    Local Partnership Helps Enhance Recreational Activities for Youth

    The City of El Paso Parks and Recreation Department will partner with the El Paso and Ysleta Independent School Districts on an upcoming endeavor to create programmed activities during the summer months on school campuses. The schools used for the El Paso School District at the elementary level are Carlos Rivera, Houston, Coldwell and Vilas. Lincoln, Canyon Hills, Henderson, Wills, Cordova, Bassett and Ross are the middle schools to be used in the district. The Ysleta School District will have North Star, R.E.L. Washington, Pebble Hills, South Loop and Eastwood Knolls on the elementary level and Indian Ridge, Valley View and Riverside as the middle school sites.

    The programmed activities will be from 5:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. lasting until Labor Day (September 3) at the selected sites and will be free of charge. Activities will take place at the school on the playground sites and athletic tracks.

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