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Local schools take part in Read Across America
Written by News Desk   
Saturday, 15 March 2014 16:30

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In honor of the book "Green Eggs and Ham," students Mrs. Milam's second grade class at Coosada Elementary dressed in 100% green on Read Across America Day.

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Local schools recently took part in 'Read Across America' Day to celebrate and appreciate the joy of reading. The Read Across America program is coordinated to be a school day on or near March 2 - the birthday of the late children's author Theodor Seuss Geisel, better known as Dr. Seuss.

Schools across the country invite guest readers to visit with a class and read one or more of Seuss' classics. A parent made a special birthday cake at EMCA the students in Mrs. Simpkins' Kindergarten class thoroughly appreciated.

-Staff

 
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