Students at Spencer County and Taylorsville elementary schools celebrated Read Across America week and Dr. Seuss’ birthday last week with multiple events.
Spencer County Public Schools celebrated the National Education Association’s Read Across America Week last week. Taylorsville and Spencer County Elementary school students enjoyed visits from the Cat in the Hat, along with guest readers in numerous classrooms. Pictured is Taylorsville Elementary School teacher Brook Issac’s first grade class meeting with the Cat. Read Across America Week is scheduled in conjunction with famous author Theodor Seuss Geisel’s birthday. Geisel is better known as Dr. Seuss, who died in 1991.
Spencer County High School Beta Club member Libby Cox polls students in Becky Ingram’s kindergarten class Friday at SCES to see which book she would read first. The students ultimately chose ‘The Tooth Book.’
Students in Tracy Sztanya’s class at TES line up to get a hug from the Cat in the Hat. The tall fellow toured the halls of TES on Friday afternoon with Stacy Hieb, president of the Spencer County Education Association.