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Players from the Spokane Shock read Dr. Seuss books to Mrs. Sine’s morning kindergarten class during Read Across America week in late February. Shock coach Andy Olson and seven players visited all-day and morning kindergarten classrooms to read books to students.

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Local Lens: CV Kindergarten Center celebrates Read Across America
3/27/2013 10:18:04 AM


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The Cat in the Hat (aka Principal Deyarmin) visited all the CVKC classrooms and delivered two brand new Dr. Seuss books to each student, courtesy of The Children's Book Bank and Spokane Valley Kiwanis.

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