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Blairmill celebrates Read Across America Day with “One School, One Book”

HORSHAM — On March 2nd, Read Across America Day, Blairmil Elementary School celebrated Dr. Seuss’s birthday by launching the One School, One Book program with the help of community members. Guest readers and organizations include Senator Maria Collet, Senator Todd Stevens, Horsham Township Council, Horsham Township Police Department, Horsham Fire Department, Horsham Township Library, and Horsham Hosham Board of Education. The meeting and district officials, including Director Scott, were included. Eveslage and assistant director Dr. Monica Taylor.

Lieutenant Lawrence Bozzomo of the Hosham Township Police Department reads aloud to Blairmil Elementary School students on Read Across America Day. (Photo by Rimas Gaver)

Community members read the first chapter of Betty G. Bernie’s selection of One School, One Book, “The World By Humphrey,” and created excitement for the rest of the month. Each Blairmill family received a copy of the book to create a shared reading experience within Blairmill’s school community and encourage reading at home.

Throughout March, students will take daily trivia quizzes, listen to teachers and staff from selected books, and participate in class writing journals.

At the One School, One Book kick-off event, Assistant Superintendent Dr. Monica Taylor, Principal Blairmil Dr. Elishazy, and Assistant Superintendent Dr. Scott Evesrage. (Photo by Rimas Gaver)

Launched by the National Education Association (NEA) in 1998 and led by a committee of educators, Read Across America is America’s largest reading festival.

Blairmill celebrates Read Across America Day with “One School, One Book”

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