MSA-West celebrates Dr. Seuss' birthday
PLAQUEMINE - MSA-West campus celebrated Dr. Seuss' birthday March 4-7, to honor Dr. Seuss and participate in the Read Across America Program.
Each day, students participated in themed activities to reflect a few of Dr. Seuss' most cherished books.
Monday, students wore their favorite hat to represent The Cat in the Hat. Tuesday, students wore green to represent both Green Eggs and Ham and How the Grinch Stole Christmas.
Wednesday, students wore crazy socks to represent Fox in Socks. Thursday, students dressed for their future careers to represent Oh! The Places You'll Go.
In addition, the MSA Book Club, sponsored by Verlisa Snaril and Michelle Slayton, dressed as their favorite Dr. Seuss characters and read stories, presented interactive activities, and delivered gifts from The Cat in the Hat to students in grades K-3.
Teachers also joined in the fun by decorating bulletin boards, sharing the biography of Dr. Seuss, cooking green eggs, and dressing students as Thing 1 and Thing 2.
Thanks to the celebration, students are eager and excited to experience other works by Dr. Seuss and other quality literature that our new library has to offer.