Nation-wide event honors Dr. Seuss

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Locals read across Madera

Schools throughout Madera Unified School District invited guest readers to their campuses Friday as part of the 15th annual “Read Across America Day.”

The event is held as part of a nationwide celebration of the birthday of famous children’s author Theodor Geisel, known to children and parents everywhere as Dr. Seuss.

Adams Elementary, as it does every year, invited several city dignitaries and elected officials to read to classrooms. Some of the guests at Adams included Madera Mayor Brett Frazier and City Councilman Robert Poythress.

MUSD staff, including Superintendent Gustavo Balderas, also read at school sites. District technology leaders Steve and Kim Imrie dressed as farmers and read to kindergarten students...

 

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