Students dress up to celebrate Dr. Seuss

Students dress up to celebrate Dr. Seuss

NEA officials then decided it would be best to celebrate the program on March 2, the birthday of Dr. Seuss. The numerous activities planned at both schools will include providing time for the children to hear stories read aloud.

Many of these events feature crafts, book readings and other activities with Dr. Seuss themes incorporated.

After reading an article about how children look up to athletes as role models, she made a decision to involve Valencia High School, collegiate and professional athletes in the day's activities.

Michelle Buccola and Holly Brainard, teachers at the school, organized the event. The dress-up days were coordinated by Missy Cornelius.

The Upcountry History Museum's current exhibit, "The Art of Dr. Seuss", traces the writer and illustrator's entire career.

She also noted that the events are open to the public.

On Friday, Andrews said, students would get a day of reading and relaxation.

"It was a good way to relieve stress while celebrating a great author", said Steven Helton, a senior electronic and computer engineering major.

Young students dedicate the day to his books as part of the celebration.

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A week of events the school employed, but it was insane hair day the fifth-grader Tess Molling most enjoyed. "Having the older students come in can be something positive for them".

To honor students who achieved their mission, one in each grade was named assistant principal - an important position.

About Read Across America ¯Read Across America was born on March 2, 1998. "The students have to make a guess before they can taste them. So I think it emphasizes the importance of us as a district and as a community on the importance of reading".

Intervale School, along with many other schools in United States, celebrated Read Across America by celebrating Dr. Seuss birthday on Tuesday, February 28. "But her mom said, 'No, she's really reading".

"I can see that they're going to have the same type of memories associated with his stories that I do, because I feel like his works gives you a sense of wonderment and the ability to look at the world from a different viewpoint, and that's a lesson I can totally get behind", she continued.

This was the 20th anniversary of Read Across America and the National Education Association estimates that 45-million students faculty and readers participate every year.

Reading is essential, the teachers union president did say.

Lexington athletic director Joe Roberts said there was an obvious impact the students got from being read to by high schoolers.

Students who read books will be rewarded with tickets, which will placed in a drawing for a chance to splat teachers with eggs on May 15.



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