Salisbury Press

Friday, June 5, 2020
PRESS PHOTOS BY ALEXIS BOVETeachers and students at Harry S Truman Elementary School participated in Read Across America Week recently by enjoying some of their favorite books together. Read Across America Week, observed in many schools, marks the birthday of children’s author Theodor “Ted” Geisel, perhaps better known as Dr. Seuss. ABOVE: Harry S Elementary School students Katelin Cunningham and PRESS PHOTOS BY ALEXIS BOVETeachers and students at Harry S Truman Elementary School participated in Read Across America Week recently by enjoying some of their favorite books together. Read Across America Week, observed in many schools, marks the birthday of children’s author Theodor “Ted” Geisel, perhaps better known as Dr. Seuss. ABOVE: Harry S Elementary School students Katelin Cunningham and
From left to right, Leorencio Colon, Myah Hissim, Noah Rake, Chase Sult and teacher Christina Attar emulate The Cat, the famous protagonist of “The Cat in the Hat.” From left to right, Leorencio Colon, Myah Hissim, Noah Rake, Chase Sult and teacher Christina Attar emulate The Cat, the famous protagonist of “The Cat in the Hat.”
Library media specialist teacher Jane Brennan reads to students during Read Across America events. Library media specialist teacher Jane Brennan reads to students during Read Across America events.
Harry S Truman Elementary School Principal Zachary Brem reads “How the Grinch Stole Christmas,” one of his favorite books, to students. Harry S Truman Elementary School Principal Zachary Brem reads “How the Grinch Stole Christmas,” one of his favorite books, to students.

HARRY S TRUMAN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

Thursday, March 19, 2020 by The Press in School

Students celebrate Dr. Seuss by reading