MNEA President, Vice President tour state with special guest The Cat in the Hat to promote Read Across America



Missouri NEA's president and vice president will tour the state to promote reading through NEA's Read Across America the week of March 2, the birthday of the noted children's author Theodore Geisel—better known as Dr. Seuss. Two Cat in the Hats will be on tour. 

MNEA President Charles E. Smith will head one direction, while MNEA Vice President Brent Fullington heads the other to bring MNEA's Read Across America message to children across the state.

The 2015 Cat Tracks Tour will take place March 2-13. Visit the Cat Tracks Tour schedule page to see the specifics.



Plan your Read Across America
with materials from NEA and MNEA

NEA's Read Across America resources include free stuff to print and reproduce such as a downloadable calendar, bookmarks and posters. 

Download materials from the list below or contact your MNEA UniServ office to see if they have a supply for distribution. Contact Becky Stewart at (800) 392-0236 if you are having a problem obtaining materials.

More materials and information can be found at www.mnea.org/Missouri/ReadAcrossAmerica.aspx.




Posted Date: 1/26/2015
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