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Saturday, 09 March 2013

March 9-- In his famous book The Lorax, Dr. Seuss says, “Unless someone like you cares a whole awful lot, nothing is going to get better. It’s not.”

Students in Miss Rustin Howard’s Advanced Placement Literature class have been learning what it means to care and to give back to our community. It is our goal to show how much we care and to help the Lorax’s cause of making “things” better.

On Friday March 1, " Read Across America Day" in honor of Dr. Seuss’s birthday on March 2, seventeen Toombs County High School students went to Lyons Upper Elementary School to read some of Dr. Seuss’s famous books to students.  In an effort to promote literacy and learning, students were able to mentor students through this educational holiday.

ImageStudents are pictured with The Cat and the Hat and our new friend, Lucy Badie. Bottom Row: Taylor Todd, Kala Farmer, Casey George, Adriana AlvarezMiddle Row: Allison Gay, Natalie Kirkley, Alex Zamorano, Shaila Bacon, Charleigh Foskey, Hayley Jackson. Standing: Miss Rustin Howard, Anna McIntyre, Alex Dismuke, Brittany Garcia, Erik Casas, Mrs. Stacey Oliver as the Cat in the Hat, Kyle Toole, Hunter Braddock, Dustin Wingard.

 
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