Wednesday, March 23, 2011
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Piedmont Academy's first and second grades recently celebrated Dr.
Seuss' birthday and Read Across America Day. Pictured, from left, are
(front row) Brianna Mitchell, David Bishop, Ethan Brewer, Harris Brady, Dylan Pitts, Mark Hicks, Jayce Wood, Payton Camp; (second row) Maggie Johnston, Hannah Tyler, Fleming Sealy, Taylor Boyd, Katie Matthews, Brody Anderson, Sarah Elizabeth Born, Piper Potts, Adrianna Chapko, Kaleen Bowman, Maddie Waddleton; (back row) Savannah Mosley, Keatin Weaver, Booker Holifield, Gracie Black, Millie Smith, Sydney Stroud, Rebekah Hicks, Aly Arp, Haley Ann Frank, Connor Keesee, Banks Benton, Cooper Bowden, Jacob Matthews, Beau Bradley, Cameron Mobley, Jordan Beam, Cally Cook; (not pictured) Jessica McEwen.
A quote from Dr. Seuss, "Today was good. Today was fun. Tomorrow is another one."
This quote depicted the day for students in first and second grade at
Piedmont Academy as they celebrated Dr. Seuss Day.
Dr. Seuss, a rhyming wordsmith, is loved by children and adults across the world. Dr. Seuss was not an official doctor, but his prescription for fun has delighted readers for more than 60 years.
Theodor Seuss Geisel, better known to the world as the beloved Dr.
Seuss, was born in Springfield, Massachusetts. His family immigrated from Germany. During his successful career, Seuss became a recipient of the Pulitzer Prize.
During the day, the students watched a video of pop star Justin Beiber
and read the book "The Cat in the Hat" in the school's media center.
With the help of media specialist Traci Brady, they made their own
version of "cat in the hat" top hats.Seuss would have been 107 years old.