Tuesday, January 21, was a big day for District elementary students as they celebrated “100 Days Brighter.” Some students celebrated the 100th day of school by dressing up as 100-year-old people. They wore hair curlers, mustaches, gray wigs, glasses and bow ties. Each kindergartener created paper crowns to wear for the celebration. The crowns read, “100 Days Brighter.”
Tanya Jeannice, a kindergarten teacher at Frazier Elementary School, said the students in her class would be doing activities throughout the day to commemorate the 100th day of school. “It’s a great accomplishment when they are able to connect and understand what 100 means,” Jeannice said.
Dressed as 100-year-olds, students were cute, funny, and adorable — just see for yourself by clicking the link to view pictures.