Clay Aiken – Oh, the Places You’ll Go!

Clay Aiken is spending the morning participating in Read Across America.  According to his tweets, he is at J S Waters School in Goldston.  The school is celebrating by having a Read-A-thon.

Convo with students about their futures and why I became a teacher

Here at JS Waters we have future police officers, veterinarians, singers, and even a forensic scientist. It all starts in the classroom.

Had a great time with the students and teachers of JS Waters School today!

This is not a first time event for Clay.

In 2004, Clay Aiken participated in Read Across America.

He visited an elementary school, donned a red and white Dr. Seuss hat and read to a lucky classroom of students.

I commend Clay for taking time out of his busy schedule to spend time with the students at J S Waters School.


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7 thoughts on “Clay Aiken – Oh, the Places You’ll Go!

  1. I love seeing these pictures..Clay is the same wonderful person. I bet Clay would have been a fabulous teacher.

    Thanks for posting these pictures and the info.

  2. Thank you again for keeping us up to date, I sent another small donation to Clays campaign, I know every dollar helps. I sent ten and another 5 dollars . I hope we all help him get elected , we all need people like him in congress, someone who really cares….I will send more in another couple of weeks…..

  3. So nice to see Clay being a teacher again. Maybe the students will go home and talk to their parents about what a special day they had with Clay reading to them. Clay can make a difference in DC for NC.

  4. its verry nice sing clay as a teaccher again just mabe the studients will go home and tell there parents that they had clay aiken and that he was reading to them clay aiken can indeed make a difference for dc and for nc

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