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March 3, 2013

I love to read day

White Hall School

MADISON COUNTY — All six kindergarten classes were encouraged to dress as characters from their favorite book and share with the class.

First-grade students ate actual green eggs and ham to celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday. They also read his book, “Green Eggs and Ham.” Students from B. Michael Caudill Middle School came and read to the first-graders.

“We encouraged all the children to pick up a book today and read,” teacher Christina George, said. “Reading is so important with learning and in school.”

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