The 100th day of school was celebrated on Thursday, February 2nd with fun classroom activities, lots of reading, class sharing, and pajamas! Lower elementary even had three 100 year old teachers for the day!
Some of the activities:
Pre-K colored and made 100th day crowns to wear. They also filled their own baggies with 100 items they counted using cereal, chocolate chips, and popcorn.
First grade had a read-in.
Mrs. Amlin brought 100 donuts!!! Second grade classes also had a read-in.
Mrs. Sluder's third grade class made mosaics using 100 pieces of paper. They also worked really hard to read 100 books during the day.
Mrs. Carpio's math class also made mosaics with 100 little pieces of paper.
Mrs. Lyle's classes worked on a creative art project for Amanda by finding 100 descriptive words to describe Amanda.
Mrs. Shaw's class looked at items that had been magnified 100x.
Mr. Foreman's class worked on solving a pattern to stack 100 cups and then attempted to stack the cups without them falling.
Mrs. Rogers' 10th grade classes worked with Mrs. Kueckelhan's and Mrs. McCraw's classes by reading to them, doing center work, and doing a computer project.
Mrs. Avery's classes worked on making a 100 page digital book for Amanda.
Mrs. Thomas' class worked on poems using rhyming words with numbers.
Mr. Shaw helped students in the computer lab, looked up words in a dictionary with 6th grade students, and read a book to a class.
To see pictures from the 100th celebration at school, go the the Photo Album and click on "100th Day Celebration."