Peachland-Polkton Elementary School celebrates Read Across America

For the Record Peachland-Polkton Elementary School celebrated Read Across America on March 2, birthday of beloved children’s author, Dr. Seuss. This annual event is a reading motivation and awareness program that allows children and the community to celebrate reading. Students wore crazy socks and crazy hats and enjoyed a “Green Eggs and Ham” breakfast provided by the cafeteria. The school had various guest speakers from all over the community, including high school students, to come in and read a Dr. Seuss book. Pictured is Krista Herold’s kindergarten class with their guest reader, Becky Wallace.

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Peachland-Polkton Elementary School celebrated Read Across America on March 2, birthday of beloved children’s author, Dr. Seuss. This annual event is a reading motivation and awareness program that allows children and the community to celebrate reading. Students wore crazy socks and crazy hats and enjoyed a “Green Eggs and Ham” breakfast provided by the cafeteria. The school had various guest speakers from all over the community, including high school students, to come in and read a Dr. Seuss book.

Pictured is Krista Herold’s kindergarten class with their guest reader, Becky Wallace.

For the Record Peachland-Polkton Elementary School celebrated Read Across America on March 2, birthday of beloved children’s author, Dr. Seuss. This annual event is a reading motivation and awareness program that allows children and the community to celebrate reading. Students wore crazy socks and crazy hats and enjoyed a “Green Eggs and Ham” breakfast provided by the cafeteria. The school had various guest speakers from all over the community, including high school students, to come in and read a Dr. Seuss book. Pictured is Krista Herold’s kindergarten class with their guest reader, Becky Wallace.
https://ansonrecord.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/web1_PPES-Read-Across-America-2017-fz.jpgFor the Record Peachland-Polkton Elementary School celebrated Read Across America on March 2, birthday of beloved children’s author, Dr. Seuss. This annual event is a reading motivation and awareness program that allows children and the community to celebrate reading. Students wore crazy socks and crazy hats and enjoyed a “Green Eggs and Ham” breakfast provided by the cafeteria. The school had various guest speakers from all over the community, including high school students, to come in and read a Dr. Seuss book. Pictured is Krista Herold’s kindergarten class with their guest reader, Becky Wallace.