Stories, Seuss brought to life at Westminster Elementary School

Stories, Seuss brought to life at Westminster Elementary School

Stories, Seuss brought to life at Westminster Elementary School

On Read Across America Day, Lydia Salveson's kindergarten class celebrated in Seuss style to also commemorate the birthday of children's book author Theodore Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss. They read "Cat in the Hat", and wore red and white clothing with hats on Tuesday and they read "Wacky Wednesday", and came to school with mismatched clothes and insane hair Wednesday.

"Every day we had a theme for the kids to participate in", said Ashley Skinner, Title 1 teacher at Little Hocking Elementary School.

The students spent about an hour and a half of their day at the elementary school.

Registration is not required for the Dr. Seuss birthday celebration. Photographs and information on the dress-up days will be posted on the school's Facebook page.

Dr. Seuss is famous for creating fantastical, colorful worlds populated by wild characters and quirky landscapes.

"Essentially, the concept is still the same (as last year)", she said.

At Jackson Elementary School, Media Specialist Carol Cabral came dressed as the Cat in the Hat to welcome community readers including Butts County Sheriff Gary Long, the Big Z mascot from Zaxby's, Butts County School Superintendent Robert "Buddy" Costley, Butts County Board of Education member Mamie Crawford, Jackson Mayor Kay Pippin and Deputy Superintendent Melinda Ellis. According to Tingley, many people work together to ensure the event goes smoothly. "I always tell the kids, 'Read, read, read, and write, write, write.' You have to do that in lots of different jobs, and I want them to understand how important it is". "They also take turns dressing up in a Cat in the Hat costume and visit the classrooms".

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The 21 students earlier read their books to parents.

Newman was pleased that most enjoyed the breakfast. "The conversations that the readers have with the students are memorable and impactful".

The reason Viking was chosen Martin revealed.

"We did one past year and to just watch these kids looking at these high school kids". Then you pick how your child likes to read (book, ebook, audiobook), what genres they like they read, and finish by listing their three favorite books and why they love them.

At the library, kids made masks and other crafts and read stories related to Dr. Seuss.

Alan Cummings, a correctional officer with the Berkshire County Sheriff's Office said his goal in coming back to read is to make it exciting.

Students in other school wore silly hats, silly socks, and shirts with words throughout the week. First, second and third grades watched a video of the "Happy Birthday to You!" book being read. "But her mom said, 'No, she's really reading".

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