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Dr Seuss celebrated during Read Across America campaign

Winston

Monticello Elementary

Girl reading with the Reading Dog, Winston

Paisley Hutchinson read a Dr. Seuss book to Winston, Monticello Elementary's favorite reading dog

A group photo with winston the Reading the Dog

(L-R) Student Leadership Team members: Ryder Bell, Jameson Wallen, Family resource Director Leslie Randall, Braylee Hutchinson, and Paisley Hutchinson with Winston the Therapy Dog

An array of different authors being showcased

Dr. Seuss books being displayed as Author of the Month in the foyer at Monticello Elementary 

The door of a room showcasing one of the most famous Dr. Suess books

Third grade teacher McKayla Jone's classroom door displaying art for one of Dr. Seuss's most iconic books

The banner for one of dr. Suess' most well known books

A banner in the Specials hallway displaying a book by Dr. Seuss 

Two students working on something related to Dr. Seuss and his many books

(L-R) Kancas Crabtree worked on a Dr. Seuss word scramble while Victoria "Gracie" Shelton read a book

Children reading Dr. Seuss

(L-R) Danika Troxell, Maddie Marcum, and Zoe Blevins had fun reading Dr. Seuss books in the library.  

Tracy Slagle talking to students

Monticello Elementary LIbrarian Tracy Slagle shares information about Dr. Seuss with students

Tracy Slagle telling kids about Dr. Seuss

(L-R) 5th graders Kayden Daffron and Lakota Frazier learned about books written by Dr. Suess

A student working a program designed to help kids with their reading aptitude

4th grader Kenton Harris works on LightBox that features audio, videos, activities, web links, slideshows, interactive maps, quizzes, and keywords

A small sign saying happy birthday to Dr. Suess, even after he is long gone

A sign commemorating the birthday of Dr. Seuss


Bell Elementary

Teacher Melinda Burnett's classroom door

Teacher Melinda Burnett's classroom door

Bethany Latham and her students showed off their door

Bethany Latham and her students showed off their door

Bethany Latham illustrated hers and her neighbors door for Dr. Seuss week

(Above and below) Bethany Latham illustrated hers and her neighbors door for Dr. Seuss week

Bethany Latham illustrated hers and her neighbors door for Dr. Seuss week

 

Jamie Spears classroom door

Jamie Spears classroom door

 

Walker Early Learning Center

 

(L-R) Olivia Branscum, Paisley Coffey, Bryson Brown, and Zander Webb from Jill Allen's kindergarten class show off their wockets in their pockets

(L-R) Olivia Branscum, Paisley Coffey, Bryson Brown, and Zander Webb from Jill Allen's kindergarten class show off their wockets in their pockets

(L-R) Lucas Dillon, Adalynn Dobbs, David Lowe, Temperance Byler, Lily Bell, Jazmine Prince, and Tanner Pyles from Hellen Duncan's preschool orange class celebrating Green Eggs and Ham by wearing green

(L-R) Lucas Dillon, Adalynn Dobbs, David Lowe, Temperance Byler, Lily Bell, Jazmine Prince, and Tanner Pyles from Hellen Duncan's preschool orange class celebrating Green Eggs and Ham by wearing green

(L-R) Joshua Santiz Martinez, Bella Foster, and Easton Dishman experimenting with Oobleck after listening to the story, "Bartholomew and the Oobleck" read by preschool red group teacher Nikki Prince

(L-R) Joshua Santiz Martinez, Bella Foster, and Easton Dishman experimenting with Oobleck after listening to the story, "Bartholomew and the Oobleck" read by preschool red group teacher Nikki Prince

(L-R) Keilen Calhoun and Jackson Hunt from Becky Lewis's kindergarten class try green eggs and ham

(L-R) Keilen Calhoun and Jackson Hunt from Becky Lewis's kindergarten class try green eggs and ham





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