March 2 is Dr. Seuss’s birthday. What better way to celebrate than to read? Did you know Dr. Seuss would be 116 this year? While he is no longer with us, his legacy lives on in the pages of his books. He forever changed the way children’s books were written and continues to inspire generations. So this month, why not host a whimsical party? Read Dr. Seuss books, use your imagination, and be silly!
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February is Black History Month. We are honored to celebrate the achievements and contributions of African American culture. There are many ways to learn more about this rich history and its societal impacts. Below are some events and resources that you may want to investigate:
On Sunday, February 23, the streets in South LA will be open for a six mile route connecting South Central, Florence-Firestone and Watts. Bike, skate, run, walk, skateboard, and enjoy the route however you want. People of all ages and abilities are welcome! To learn more, visit their website!
Lastly, there are several lessons you can incorporate into your studies.