(Striped) hats off to reading fun

Larissa Morby, Title I teacher at Salisbury Central School, sported an entire outfit based on the character from Dr. Suess’ “The Cat in the Hat” during an assembly Friday, March 1. Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

A group of students in kindergarten to second grade from Cornwall Consolidated School visited the Lee H. Kellogg School in Falls Village on Friday, March 1, to take part in a Cat in the Hat program.

With everybody settled, LHK teacher Robin Faust (sporting her own distinctive red-and-white striped hat) explained the goals to the 40-odd children:

“I can celebrate ‘Read Across America’ by making a hat and enjoying a book with my new friends.”

And: “I can problem solve by working collaboratively with others.”

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