Dr. Seuss honored far and wide, high and low


Students throughout the district celebrated Dr. Seuss’ March 2 birthday by participating in Read Across America Day, the nation’s largest reading celebration.

According to the National Education Association, more than 45 million people participated in the event, which is an effort to highlight the importance of developing a love for reading at an early age.

Dr. Grego reads , " Yertle the Turtle", to students in Mrs. Wike's kindergarten class at Eisenhower Elementary as part of Dr. Seuss Day.

Read Across America is an award-winning literacy program founded by NEA in 1997 through a partnership with Dr. Seuss Enterprises, L.P., and Random House. NEA’s Read Across America Day is celebrated every year on or around the birthday of Dr. Seuss, the beloved children’s author.

 

Clearwater Mayor George Cretekos reads "Oh , the Places You'll Go!" to a kindergarten class at Eisenhower Elementary.Bear Creek Elementary students Zachary Buist and Jadyn Strange read a class favorite "Green Eggs and Ham" in honor of Dr. Seuss' birthday.

Bear Creek Elementary students Zachary Buist and Jadyn Strange read a class favorite "Green Eggs and Ham" in honor of Dr.Seuss' birthday.

 

Perkins Elementary kindergartners and pre-kindergartners celebrated with the Cat in the Hat.

 

Bear Creek Elementary students Leah Latelers and Rayna Godwin enjoyed their plate of green eggs and ham which was made during the "Seuss and Science" day. A lesson included changing states of matter. The liquid egg was changed into the solid state.

 

Blanton Elementary first grade teachers celebrate the birthday of Dr. Seuss. Pictured from left to right are: !.... Hieu Nguyen, Meghan Stevens, Ann Preus, Charlotte Macona, and Ana Carlson.

 

 

Tarpon Springs Fundamental Elementary principal Dr. Elaine Meils read a Dr. Seuss book to Leslie Hourdas' second grade class.