On Thursday, February 21, Kenesaw Public School celebrated Dr. Seuss day. The day began with the high school students reading Dr. Seuss books to the younger students. The students then split into groups dressed in “Tacky Thursday” attire and participated in activities set up by the Climate Committee. The stations included the following: a photo booth, a face painting station, bean bag toss, ring toss, an obstacle course, and Dr. Seuss [Simon] says. The day was ended with treats given out by members of the Climate Committee. We thank everyone for their hard work and their cooperation. The day was dedicated to reading, learning, and appreciating each other.
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