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Read Across America

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In honor of Dr. Seuss's birthday, the nation kicks off an annual month-long children's literacy celebration. DLEACS joins in the effort to campaign for children's literacy with its annual participation in Read Across America. This year twelve community volunteers visited us to participate in our annual event.

We thank Mrs. Slack who organized Read Across America at DLEACS, Ms. G., our food coordinator along with with our teachers and faculty who helped to make the day a meaningful and resonating occasion. Click here to see photos.

Presenters at the 2020 Read Across America event were:

Reader's Name                Grade                    Class                               Books Read to Students

Christopher Garlin            Gr. K              Ms. DeArmas’ class           “Shoes Like Miss Alice’s”

Loretta Lee                       Gr. K              Ms. Gamble’s class             "The Mixed-Up Chameleon”

Mr. Dally                           1st Gr.            Ms. West’s class                  “Oh, the Pets You Can Get?”

Yvonne Garlin                  1st Gr.            Ms. Balala’s class                “The Cat in the Hat Comes Back”

Pamela Gardner              2nd Gr.            Ms. Futrell’s class               ”Courage”

Tahesha Weldon              2nd Gr.           Ms. Salazar’s class              "The Story of Ruby Bridges”

Shawneese Herring         3rd Gr.            Ms. Seriosa’s  class             “When I Told You”

Fabiola Occean               3rd Gr.            Ms. Khan’s class                  “Girls Hold Up This World”

Amber Evans                   4th Gr.             Ms. Morton’s class              “Uncle Jed’s Barbershop”

Asia Collington                 4th Gr.            Ms. Erdman’s class             “Fox in Socks”

Keith Cummings              5th Gr.             Ms. Pompilus’ class            “Oh, the Places You’ll  Go”

Mariah Ralph                   5th Gr.             Ms. Zientek’s class              “Salt in His Shoes”

                          





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