Studying Seuss makes for fun reading day at Woodland School

12 years ago
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Woodland fifth-grader Ghent Durepo reads the classic Dr. Seuss book “Hop on Pop” to Mercy McCarthy during the annual Dr. Seuss Celebration at the Woodland Consolidated School in early March.

 

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It was a very Cat in the Hat day at the Woodland Community School; shown here, the Cat in the Hat (otherwise known as Cindy Privette) and Thing 2 (aka Amanda Dean) present first-grader Jacob Oliver with a pencil.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Sixth-grader at the Woodland Consolidated School Adia Greer, right, reads “The Cat and the Hat” to first-grader Lily Haskell on March 2, the Birthday of Dr. Seuss.

 

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Characters created by Dr. Seuss who helped students celebrate the annual birthday extravaganza were, from left, special education teacher Nancy Anderson and ed tech Amanda Dean as Thing 1 and Thing 2, with librarian Cindy Privette playing the Cat in the Hat.