All sorts of book-character celebrities have been reading to the students in the summer program at Mineral Springs Elementary School.
On July 12, Carol Montague-Davis, the school system’s assistant superintendent for secondary schools, dressed up as a cat. She read Pete the Cat and His Magic Sunglasses by Kimberly and James Dean and Two Bobbies: A True Story of Hurricane Katrina, Friendship and Survival by Kirby Lawson and Mary Nethery and illustrated by Jean Cassels.
On July 20, Sam Mills, the school system’s director of school administration, read Mr. Tiger Goes Wild by Peter Brown.
On July 21, Superintendent Beverly Emory visited the school. See the previous post for more details.
Today – July 25 – Colin Tribby, the assistant principal at Reynolds High School who is overseeing the summer program at Mineral Springs, dressed up as a shark. His book was Hark a Shark!
Melvin Aikens, who is the administrative assistant for Montague-Davis, did the makeup for everyone with help from Heather Surratt, the administrative assistant for Steve Oates, the assistant superintendent for elementary schools.