Celebrating Dr. Seuss at Primrose School
The children at Primrose School at Cahoon Commons celebrated the NEA's Read Across America Day, a reading motivation and awareness program that takes place annually around the birthday of Dr. Seuss. The various classes had fun decorating the doors of their classrooms and bulletin boards in celebration of the event, and were treated to book readings by local dignitaries, educators, business leaders, and parents from the community. Together, the children collected over 570 books that were donated to CHKD's Reach Out And Read Program and ForKids, a program for children in homeless families.
Some photos courtesy of Tonya Gill
Dee Dee Gee, Sales Manager at The Shopper, enjoyed reading Dr. Seuss'
Millie Lomax, Director of Community Relations for the Admirals, read a book about Hockey to the youngsters.
Classroom doors were decorated to represent some of the children's favorite books
This bulletin board celebrates Dr. Seuss' birthday
Officer Driskell of the Norfolk Police Dept. and a Primrose parent was on hand as a reader
LaVern Morris of CHKD read to Primrose toddlers
Dr. Linda Rice, Provost at the Chesapeake Campus of Tidewater Community College, read to Primrose students
These children really got into the spirit of their event
Representatives from CHKD were thrilled to accept the proceeds of the book drive
Dr. Baker with CHKD Reads to Primrose Students
KK West with CHKD reads to Toddlers at Primorse
Chesapeake Police Officers were on hand for the event
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