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English Honor Society reads Dr. Seuss for K-3 students

On March 2 members of the Oxford Area High School chapter of National English Honor Society celebrated Read Across America day by visiting Jordan Bank, Elk Ridge and Nottingham elementary schools to read Dr. Seuss books and conduct crafts with the students. Read Across America celebrates the birthday of Dr. Suess, born Theodor Geisel in 1904, and is designed to encourage a love of reading in elementary-age children. Photos by Carynne Burnett, NEHS faculty advisor.

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Juniors Megan Marchiani, left, and Isabel Hernandez at Elk Ridge

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Junior Ainsley Eimer with Jordan Bank kindergartners

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Junior Connor Warren at Jordan Bank

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Juniors Cooper Johnson, (left and below) and Chris Yacka at Jordan Bank

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Standing from left are junior Chris Walton and senior Matt Todd; seated from left are Chris Yacka, Cooper Johnson, Connor Warren and senior Kaitlyn Baker, with Jordan Bank students.

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Junior Belle Burnett, holding book, with NEHS members at Nottingham

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Senior Cameo Powell reads at Nottingham

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Seniors Gabbie Burton and Mason Clark at Nottingham

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Seniors Saul Torres and Ekaterina Hampton