100th day of school

DES students celebrate the100th day of school
Posted on 02/14/2020
100th day of school

Douglas Elementary students recently celebrated the 100th day of school. Students, faculty and staff showed up to school with grey/white hair, old-fashioned clothing along with a cane or walker to look as if they were 100 years old. Each grade level planned meaningful learning activities that incorporated the number 100. In Mrs. Steiger’s kindergarten class, students enjoyed a mix of math and literacy stations to celebrate the day. They also created a 100 year old self portrait and completed a writing prompt of “When I am 100…”.  Student La’Von Figueroa pressed down 100 colorful stickers to complete a 100 items collection project that was on display in the hallway. The 100th day is a big deal, especially for young children who are in school for the first time. It is a wonderful opportunity to reflect upon all the learning that has taken place thus far and to celebrate being 100 days smarter.

 

Photo caption: 100th day of school: from left to right and top to bottom: Malailah Brown, La’Von Figueroa, Anna Steward, Mikenly Young

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