Dr. Seuss invades SCC
The St. Croix Central Elementary School cafeteria resembled something out of a Dr. Seuss book on March 3.
The ALIVE group hosted a Dr. Seuss family night and dinner followed by an evening talent show.
The cafeteria was decked out in all things Seuss, from well-known Seuss character cut outs to Seuss-themed games and activities.
There may not have been any talking cats, but there were plenty of people in striped hats.
After enjoying a dinner of ham sandwiches, veggies, chips and bars, children and their parents participated in many of the Seuss-tivities happening around the room.
Some of the most popular activities were the "Yertle-the-Turtle" magnet making, the red fish, blue fish pond and the "Minute-to-Seuss-it" sock game.