Southborough students celebrate Dr. Seuss

Seuss-cat-hatTheodor Seuss Geisel — known to you and me as Dr. Seuss — would have turned 106 on Tuesday, and all week students in Southborough have been celebrating his legacy.

On Tuesday, students at Finn participated in Read Across America Day, an annual reading motivation and awareness program sponsored by the National Education Association, which each year coincides with Dr. Seuss’ birthday.

Throughout the week teachers brought in guest readers, and students made their own versions of the iconic “Cat in the Hat” hats, sang Dr. Seuss songs, and visited Seussville in the computer lab.

The week’s celebration culminates today at Finn and Woodward with school-wide Dr. Seuss parades. For the parade, students will dress up as their favorite Dr. Seuss character. If any of you are there and take photos, do send them along.

And, of course, it wouldn’t be a Dr. Seuss celebration without some green eggs and ham. Finn students got to enjoy that for lunch on Tuesday.

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