This week is Love of Reading Week at Tucson Country Day School, and teachers, staff, students and families are having a wonderful time celebrating their love for reading!
We’ve had Crazy Sock Day in honor of Fox in Socks by Dr. Seuss….
Hat Day! Ms. Nicole’s prekindergarten class created their own hats! The Dragonfly class used their finger muscles to cut, fold and tape strips of paper to create a headband hat! Some students picked their favorite colors while others created a pattern.
Some of Ms. Nicole’s students had great things to say about their hat-making and hat-wearing:
“This hat is way too crazy, like super crazy!” ~ Brooke
“I love my crazy hat because it’s silly!” ~ Keaton
“I’m a good folder, huh?” ~ Andrew
Wednesday was “Volunteer Reading Day”! Our school had many, many special guests come in to read to students in classes throughout the grade levels.
Parents, grandparents, aunts, teachers and staff chose wonderful and engaging books to read to students…
One of the parents of a student in Ms. Nicole’s class read to the students.
Students from Ms. Martha and Ms. Jordan’s preschool class read to Art teacher Mrs. Sherod.
Ms. Kotel’s first grade students were treated to listening to books read by parents Mrs. Vick and Mrs. Little.
Principal Dr. Anders read to one of Mrs. Barney’s sixth grade classes.
When Ms. Annie’s fifth grade students went to Spanish class with Ms. Elsa, they were in for a special surprise when Hector – one of the members of our school’s maintenance team – came to read a book in Spanish to the class.
Hector read a page in Spanish of El Gusto del Mercado Mexicano, and student Harrison read the same text in English. The duo took turns reading one page at a time. Ms. Elsa said it was exciting having them read together.
This is what it looks like – from Speech Language Pathology Assistant’s Mrs. Jones point of view – when reading to Mrs. Culbertson’s kindergarten class.
Parents, aunts, grandparents, a retired firefighter and Mr. Steve read to and worked with students in Ms. Lana’s third grade class.
Former TCDS Librarian Ms. Josephs teamed up with Mrs. Rodriguez’s second grade class to read to the students.
Ms. Kim read to Mrs. Skye’s kindergarten class.
Many more special guests read to our students as well. If you have pictures of special guests readers reading to our students or any of the events going on during Love of Reading Week, please email them to email@example.com, and we will add the pictures to this post.