Exeter-Milligan celebrated Read Across America Day with a week-long celebration that will culminate on Wednesday. The students were encouraged to embrace some of the characters Dr. Seuss created in his books. Throughout the week the students wore crazy socks on Monday, dressed like a twin on Tuesday, and wore old hats and new hats on Wednesday. Thursday, March 2nd was Dr. Seuss’ birthday and was planned to be a red fish, blue fish day but State Basketball interfered and the activities were rescheduled.
On Tuesday in Milligan the third through sixth graders enjoyed the reading of “One Fish, Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish” and then snacked on decorated fish sugar cookies. Pictured above Thing One (Liberty Johnson) and Thing Two (Emma Meyer) embraced the Seuss’ theme for twin’s day.
Above - Jase Luzum enjoys a sugar cookie during the Read Across America red fish, blue fish celebration.
Below – Trevin Ronne enjoys a sugar cookie during the Read Across America red fish, blue fish celebration.
Exeter-Milligan’s Read Across America celebration culminated with a read-in on Wednesday afternoon. The 7 – 12th graders volunteered to read Dr. Seuss books to the elementary during their lunch period. Each older student chose a Dr. Seuss book and read to a small group of elementary students. No one is sure who enjoyed the experience more. Above, Samantha Horne picks one of her favorite Dr. Seuss books to read. Below, Junior Hannah Beethe reads to elementary students (l-r) Chezney Kanode and Boden Graham.
Above - Seventh grader Briana Capek reads to (l-r) Ava Million, Titus Petersen and Cohen Harre.
Below – Tenth grader Katherine White shares a Dr. Seuss book with (l-r)Levi Jurgensen, Richard Hickman and Cheynne Krupicka.
Above– For twin day, fourth graders Carter Milton (left) and Jaden Capek chose their Milligan gear.
Below – Jolene Vossler (left) and Kierra Papik were twinning right down to their braided hair during the Read Across America celebration.
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