Oh, the Places You’ll Go with Read-Alouds in Cobb!

On March 1, 2019, Cobb County schools celebrated Dr. Seuss’s birthday with Read Across Cobb, and elementary schools opened their doors wide to welcome guest readers. Local schools kicked off the day with character parades and favorite character costumes, and many faculty and staff jumped at the chance to celebrate their inner Seuss with top hats and Grinch caps. Middle and high schools also took part in this event proving that we’re never too old to enjoy a good book, and in some feeder patterns, older students got to experience the role of teacher as they read to the younger scholars. Thank you for all the students, parents, teachers, and district personnel who supported Read Across Cobb 2019. We look forward to continuing the read-aloud momentum throughout Cobb where we LOVE TO READ! 

Superintendent Chris Ragsdale reads Green Eggs and Ham to students at Shallowford Falls

Holly Frilot, CCSD Supervisor of Library Media Education, proudly displays a favorite book.

Dr. Ashley Kennedy, Early Learning Supervisor, points out the details to a young reader.

Cobb County Board member David Banks entertains students with his reading of a beloved Seuss classic.

Lori Hurst, ELA Subject Area Coordinator at Awtrey Middle, demonstrates that the power of the read aloud is for all ages!

Griffin students model the joy of
reading for their younger counterparts
at King Springs Elementary

Dr. Cindy Szwec, principal of King Springs Elementary, greats K-1 students dressed as the Cat-in-the-Hat

Dr. Magee of Lindley 6th shares the love of read-alouds with students at Bryant Elementary.

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