As a guideline for dressing as their favorite book character, students should be able to state the book the character is from, the author of the book, and their character’s name. Students are not allowed to bring props that would be considered zero-tolerance items (i.e. weapons, swords, plastic knives, etc...).
1). The Cat in the Hat
9). A Bad Case of Stripes
10). One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish
12). Junie B. Jones
13). The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe
14). Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
15). Curious George
16). The Hungry Caterpillar
The purpose of this day is to share the love for reading that Dr. Seuss exhibited throughout his lifetime. Students are encouraged to be lifelong readers, and we wish to support this goal by honoring Dr. Seuss on this day.
Thank you for your support and participation in making this day fun! As Dr. Seuss would say, “The more you read, the more you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.”
While our situation has vastly improved, there are still too many times when the safety of children has been in jeopardy. We are asking each of you to read the following parking lot safety tips and help us to ensure that the morning drop off and afternoon pickup times are safe and orderly. Check out the video.