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Monticello Elementary Hosts Dr. Seuss Activities

Girl dresses up as Thing 1


Students help with the announcements

These three Monticello Elementary students (back to front:) J.J. Mikel, Gabrielle McGinnis, and Kassidy Simpson were the top readers and read "Green Eggs and Ham" on the announcements in coordination with the green eggs and ham breakfast that the students and staff enjoyed.

Kids hold snacks

The top readers were (l-r:) Gabrielle McGinnis, J.J. Mikel and Kassidy Simpson were rewarded for their efforts

Class bookmarks

Readers from one of Leslye Rice's reading groups showed off their bookmarks that they received during the Read Across America campaign: (front row l-r:) Francisco Hernandez-Gonzalez, Yareni Porras, Jaylan Sexton, Haila McCutchen and Odalis Hernandez-Vicente

(back row l-r:) Misty Molnar, Keyonna Clemons, Silvia Machic, Evan Sullivan, Yariel Conde, Lucas Hanna, Kali Miller and Arianna Fenner

Students mark on the map

Taylor Hicks and J.J. Mikel marked where they have traveled in their books on a map of the U.S.


Students dressed as twins to celebrate Dr. Seuss's birthday

Student dresses up as Thing 1

Chelsey Lewis

Studens dress up as twins

Olivia Clark and Sidney Vaughn

Students dress up as the Thing twins from Dr. Seuss

Jazlynn Dennis and Jaxen Dennis

Students dress up as twins

Ainslee Dolen and Isabella Tucker

Students dress up as twins

Addison Edwards, Chloe Williams and Allison Bell

Students match

Danielle Gibson, Hayley Tucker and Hannah Tuggle


Yareni Porras, Odalis Hernandez-Vincente and Arianna Fenner

Thing 1 and Thing 2

Karlie Hicks, Cali Kennedy, Brooklyn Spradlin and Lacy Spencer


Alexsis Hall and Alyssia Hall

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