Big Buddy wants to keep kids learning this summer
BATON ROUGE - When kids leave school for summer break, many are ready to put education completely out of their minds.
That's why the Big Buddy organization started summer learning sessions called "Zula Patrol" to keep kids' minds active and prevent summer learning loss.
Some "Little Buddies" joined Rosa Flores on News 2 at 4 to show off some moves they learned in one of the program's after-school dance classes.
For more information on the Big Buddy Zula Patrol, visit their website.
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