The date of Feb. 29 only rolls around once every four years and that date made for a great day to celebrate Dr. Seuss’s birthday. Kathleen Kelley’s literature class at Meeker High School presented three Seuss stories to about 80 children and their parents at Meeker Elementary School. All enjoyed the skits of ‘Green Eggs and Ham,’ ‘Yertle the Turtle’ and ‘The Lorax.’ March 2 was Dr. Seuss’s (Theodore Geisel) actual birthday, and MES Principal Kathy Collins and her dog, Cricket, read Seuss stories to students throughout the day.
MEEKER I Each year, some 350 bird species migrate between summer and winter habitats. Their flights span state and national boundaries and have inspired unique partnerships dedicated to bird conservation. International Migratory Bird Day celebrates these […]