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Struthers Elementary School

Right to Read Week is coming to Struthers Elementary School

It’s that time of year again, Right to Read Week is coming to Struthers Elementary School!

The week will kick off with a visit from Magical Storyteller, Mark Daniel. He will bring his Seussasaurian Celebration, a program that is “sock” full of surprises centered around the funny, wacky and wonderful stories by Dr. Seuss.

“Dr. Seuss is known for his unusual and fun stories that children of all ages have grown to love,” said Sandra Horvath, Teacher at SES. “We are excited to have Mark Daniel visit our school and continue to make learning fun for our students.”

Also during the week, there will be a buddy reading day and a celebration of Dr. Seuss’s birthday. On Wednesday, March 1 students will have guest readers visit their classrooms throughout the day to read with the class. The classroom winners of the school Read-a-thon challenge, happening through February 22, will also receive a visit from Akron’s Children’s Hospital Doggy Brigade on Thursday, March 2.

The whole school will end the week with a Book Parade through the halls on Friday, March 3 at 12:45 p.m. Students are asked to create a poster with an image, scene or characters from their favorite book to use during the parade. Also during Right to Read Week, students will take part in independent reading for 10-20 minutes each day.

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Struthers District

May 2017

Fri 26

Outdoor Day (Gr. 4)

Mon 29

No School - Memorial Day

Tue 30

Bowling Event (Gr. 4)

Wed 31

Last Day of Classes

Wed 31

End of 4th Nine Weeks/2nd Semester

Wed 31

End of 3rd Twelve Weeks

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STRUTHERS CITY SCHOOLS MISSION

The Struthers City School District in cooperation with family and a community founded on tradition, recognize our role as a catalyst for change to enhance student achievement and develop good character as we create appropriate academic, technological, and vocational opportunities for all students.

Based on the needs of our students, we are dedicated to providing a diversified, integrated, and flexible curriculum that develops independent and responsible citizens capable of making critical decisions.

As a primary partner in providing educational leadership, we will create links with family, business, and community agencies to ensure the continuous improvement of teaching and learning.

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