Colorful characters
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Yates Seuss
JACOB KROLL, Landon Clemmer and Parker Wesson dressed as a dog, Spiderman and Batman in celebration of Dr. Seuss week.
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 GIRLS NIGHT IN, Junie B.-style, was great fun for all of the girls at Arnold Elementary and their sisters, mothers, grandmothers and any other girl they chose to bring. Sisters Allie and Keona Dapson loved Junie B. Jones night at Arnold.
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Students at Yates Primary and Arnold Memorial Elementary recently let their inner characters loose to roam their schools’ halls.

Kindergarten teacher Caitlyn Fuller at Yates Primary encouraged her students to dress up as a character from one of their favorite books in celebration of Dr. Seuss Week.

Students chose characters from “Peter Pan,” “The Justice League,” “Hello Kitty” and more.

Thousands of schools participate each year to celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday March 6. How a school chooses to highlight the late author’s birthday is decided on an individual basis.

Arnold Elementary students recently gathered together for Girls Night In. The young girls were encouraged to dress up like Junie B. Jones from the children’s series written by Barbara Park.

Students dressed up with bows, funky glasses and mixed-pattern clothing to look like the 6-year-old protagonist.

Both schools not only celebrated creative and out-of-the-box thinking but supported students in their literary pursuits.