St. Margaret’s School students dressed to celebrate Dr. Seuss’ 115th birthday March 4, 2019. (Photo courtesy Lisa Perla)

 

MATTYDALE — On Friday, March 4, St. Margaret’s School celebrated Dr. Seuss’ 115th birthday. Dr. Seuss (Theodor Seuss Geisel, March 2, 1904–Sept. 24, 1991) wrote children’s books such as “The Cat in the Hat” and “Green Eggs and Ham.” The pupils dressed to impress Dr. Seuss with their unique creations.  Michael McAuliff, the school principal, read his favorite Dr. Seuss book to the whole school, “Oh, The Places You’ll Go.” He also served green eggs and ham for lunch to the whole school. Later in the day, the students celebrated National Read Across America Day by stopping everything at 1 p.m. to read. (Photos courtesy Lisa Perla)

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Jennifer Gentile, St. Margaret’s fifth grade teacher, with her sons, Benjamin Gentile and Alexander Gentile. (Photo courtesy Lisa Perla)

 

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St. Margaret’s first-grader Samuel Grosso IV. (Photo courtesy Lisa Perla)

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St. Margaret fifth-graders Cailin and Brenna Lillis. (Photo courtesy Lisa Perla)

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St. Margareti frst-graders Levon Ellingworth and Samuel Grosso IV. (Photo courtesy Lisa Perla)

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St. Margaret Principal Michael McAulliff reads to the pupils. (Photo courtesy Lisa Perla)

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St. Margaret first-grader Abigail Grzelka. (Photo courtesy Lisa Perla)


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