Community helps Lone Jack celebrate Dr. Seuss’ Read Across America

Published 6:55 am Wednesday, March 6, 2019

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Shane Jacobs, Kentucky State Police Post 10 Public Affairs Officer, read “I Am Not Going to Get Up Today” to Brenda Ferguson’s kindergarten class and gave them Dr. Seuss Rhyming puzzles to solve.

Mrs. Rhonda Ridley, Bell County retired teacher and curriculum coach, read “Bartholomew and the Oobleck” to Caitlin Goodin’s third grade class and the students got to make Oobleck to take home.

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Rebecca Miller, Bell County Extension Office agent, participates in Lone Jack School Center’s Read Across America Celebration. Pictured here with the Kindergarten class.

Jon Hale, LMU librarian, dressed as The Cat in the Hat, while reading to the Kindergarten class.

Megan Jeffrey, Middlesboro Public librarian, read “Green Eggs and Ham” to Chad Dixon’s first grade class and played a memory rhyming game with them.

Amy Simpson, with Mddlesboro Little Theater and Southeast Kentucky Community & Technical College, read “Circus McGurkus” to Staci Foster’s second grade class.