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Read-Across-America celebrates Dr. Seuss's Birthday
Pennock Art Teacher Cyndi Svanda and Pennock Teacher Sharyl Kay Lawson both dressed as the Cat in the Hat for Read-Across-America Day.
Brighton Mayor Dick McLean reads to third and fourth graders at Pennock Elementary School.
Pennock PE Teacher Joe Jennings reads to Pennock Elementary students.
Students at Pennock Elementary School and schools around the district were served green eggs and ham today in honor of Dr. Seuss's birthday.
Third grade team at Southeast Elementary School celebrating Dr. Seuss Day.
27J Instructional Specialist Sal Conca reads at Thimmig Elementary School on Read-Across-America Day.
At Pennock Elementary School's Read-Across-America Day on March 2 there were community members reading Dr. Seuss books to students throughout the day. At the start of school, Brighton Mayor Dick McLean kicked off the special day by reading the Dr. Seuss book, "Put Me In The Zoo."
Throughout the day, more than 85 people visited Pennock Elementary School to read in classrooms. They included: Brighton Fire Chief Mark Bodane, 27J Superintendent Chris Fiedler, 27J Board of Education members Lloyd Worth and Blaine Nickeson, Brighton Police Officer Nate Esquibel and many more people from the community.