Students at Vasse Primary School love reading so much they want their passion to be one for the record books.
The school and wider community will come together in July in a Guinness World Record attempt to become the largest gathering of people dressed as Dr Seuss characters.
Students will be dressed as Thing 1 and Thing 2 with teachers and support crew dressed as approved Dr Suess characters.
The current record was set in 2015 at St Therese’s School in Essendon, where 546 people dressed up as quirky and colourful characters from the famous books.
Vasse Primary School principal Sinan Kerimofski was quietly confident their 782 enrolled students would claim the title.
Mr Kerimofski said the record attempt was a creative way to celebrate the love of reading.
“Our mission is to motivate students to appreciate the engaging timeless stories of Dr Seuss. We also wanted to create a sense of belonging for every student and come together for an achievement as a whole school,” he said.
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