100th Day of School

A Day of Celebration


Photo by: Elise McKeller

First grade students celebrate the 100th day of school.

Madison Yates, Staff Writer

Monday, January 30th was a special school day is it was the 100th day of school. In honor of the exciting day, the kindergarten, first grade, and third grade classes celebrated in many different ways. The kindergarten class celebrated with Zero Hero. The students counted 100 items that they brought into class, made 100 day glasses, and made the number 100 out of cookies. They also drew what they wanted to eat 100 of and read 100 words. The first grade students celebrated by having a 100th day breakfast. They also estimated how far 100 steps would take them down the deck, and wrote about about what they would do if they had $100. The students also did 100 exercises. The last grade that celebrated was the third grade. The students guesstimated what time 100 ice cubes would melt. The top three winners got a bag a skittles as a prize. They also answered questions about 100. Some of the questions were “what do you all 100 years”, “what is a person who is 100 years old called”, and others. The 100th day of school is an exciting event during the school year for students to celebrate.