Century CI Employees Read Dr. Seuss To Elementary Students

March 7, 2014

Century Correctional’s Assistant Warden Hutchins and Officer Tony deGraaf read  to a kindergarten class at Jay Elementary School as part of Read Across America Day. They read the popular Seuss book The Foot Book, gave each student a special treat and helped with a special assignment. They also expressed the importance of learning to read and of a good education.

Read Across America Day, the signature program of the National Education Association, focuses on motivating children and teens to read through events, partnerships and reading resources.  It’s held annual on or near Dr. Seuss’ birthday.

Pictured: Century Correctional Institution Officer Tony deGraaf  and  Assistant Warden Hutchins (in tie) read to a kindergarten class at Jay Elementary School. Submitted photos for NorthEscambia.com, click to enlarge.


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