Friday, March 1st, the faculty and staff and students at WCES participated in the National Education Association's (NEA) "Read Across America Day". This day, which honors Dr. Seuss's birthday, was celebrated across the nation with activities to increase the love of reading. WCES was no exception. WCES teachers went above and beyond by creating and presenting real life lessons in not just reading, but math, science, and social studies. Students rotated classroom centers using Dr. Seuss themed lessons on measuring, elapsed time, creating line plots, and estimation. Students also used measurement to make slime. Each and every grade level participated in some kind of Dr. Seuss themed way. The Worth County Middle School Ambassadors made a trip to WCES and took turns reading to classes and interacting with students. At lunch, students were given cupcakes in honor of Dr. Seuss's birthday. All-in-all, it was a great day at WCES where students were learning while having fun!
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