Goddard School celebrates 10th Anniversary with Dr. Seuss

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Mayor Soriano meets with "Cat In The Hat"

PARSIPPANY — The Goddard School celebrated its 10th Anniversary, along with Dr. Seuss’s birthday on Saturday, March 3.

There was a special appearance from “Cat In The Hat.”

Mayor Michael Soriano read “Oh, the Thinks You can Think” to the children, and then Parsippany-Troy Hills Police Officer William Stone read “Green Eggs and Ham.”

To prepare for Read Across America Day on Dr. Seuss’s birthday, Goddard School hosted their second annual book drive to support Bridge of Books Foundation.

There were plenty of raffle drawings for the children along with entertainment by Annie B.

Annie B is an interactive musical experience! In a moment she had children become fabulous farm animals, play musical games, and reach for their ‘Heads Shoulders Knees and Toes’. Children sing and dance along to kids’ classic favorites and to Annie’s original songs.

The Goddard School is located at 311 Smith Road.

The Goddard School is a member of the Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce.

Annie B “Live Guitar Entertainment for Kids”
Parsippany-Troy Hills Officer William Stone was reading “Green Eggs and Ham” to the children
Officer William Stone with the Cat in the Hat
Officer William Stone greeting the children
The children was playing “Pin the Hat on the Cat”
Mayor Michael Soriano reading “Oh, the Thinks You Can Think!” by Dr. Seuss to the children
Mayor Michael Soriano reading “Oh, the Thinks You Can Think!” by Dr. Seuss to the children
Mayor Michael Soriano with “The Cat In the Hat”
Thing 1 (also known as Charlotte Inauen, 8) and Thing 2 (also known as Vivian Inauen, 3)
Umer, 9, “Stack The Cats Hat”
To prepare for Read Across America Day on Dr. Seuss’s birthday, Goddard School hosted their second annual book drive to support Bridge of Books Foundation
Goddard School owners Sushama and Ravi Patil with “Cat In The Hat”
Goddard School is celebrating 10 years in Parsippany

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