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Students, Staff Celebrate Read Across America Day

Students and staff dressed like their favorite literary characters during the National Education Association’s Read Across America Day March 2 at Falcon Elementary School of Technology.  The FESoT reading committee developed the idea as a way to excite students about reading, and also to honor Dr. Suess’ birthday. “We just thought it would be a fun way to celebrate the day,” said Robyn Johnson, fifth grade teacher and instructional coach. The committee’s goal is to increase primary literacy. Students also participated in a “read and feed” classroom activity, enjoying a snack while sitting with a pillow or blanket to read a book. 
Fourth-grader Jacob Parkinson, 10, works on a tablet . Carolyn Jones, fifth grade teacher, helps students with an assignment. First-graders Adriana Dixon, 6, and Brionna Gilbert, 6, read a book.  Fifth-grader Adrian Teyechea, 11, works on an assignment Brianna Stone, art teacher, shows students how to mold clay.  First-grader Zoe Sutton, 8, works on an assignment. First-graders Savanna Compton, 6, and Eden Monahan, 7, read a book.
Kayla Maldonado