Announcements‎ > ‎


posted Feb 21, 2017, 11:40 AM by Danelle Nutter   [ updated Feb 21, 2017, 11:50 AM ]

February 27th - March 3rd

Each year, schools across the country celebrate “Read Across America” week during the first week of March.  This date was chosen because beloved children’s author Dr. Seuss was born on March 2nd.

This year we are going to celebrate reading by doing something extra fun!  Each day will have a theme that corresponds with a Dr. Seuss book title.  Students may dress according to each day’s theme.  Be creative and have fun!


Dr. Seuss Book

What to Wear

Monday, February 27th

The Cat in the Hat

A sombrero, baseball cap, or even a beret…it’s “WEAR ANY KIND OF HAT” Day!

Tuesday, February 28th

I Am Not Going to Get Up Today!

For a sleepover, slumber party, or going to bed…it’s “WEAR YOUR PAJAMAS TO SCHOOL” Day instead!

Wednesday, March 1st

Wacky Wednesday



Stripes and polka dots, with messy hair is okay…it’s “DRESS MISMATCHED WITH A WACKY HAIRDO” Day!

Thursday, March 2nd


Dr. Seuss’s birthday!!!

The Sneetches

Star-bellies or plain-bellies, it doesn’t matter we say…it’s “DRESS AS YOUR FAVORITE SEUSS CHARACTER” Day! (Or bring in your favorite Seuss book to share.)

Friday, March 3rd

The Lorax

Little and orange, he stood up for the trees…it’s “WEAR A MUSTACHE” Day if you please!


Join us in celebrating Dr. Seuss’s work and Read Across America week