As part of the 100 Days celebrations, West Elementary students wore colorful construction paper hats, sported glasses made of the number 100, created posters and made cereal necklaces. Margaret Moore’s kindergarten class at West Elementary practiced writing to 100 and read books on 100 Days of School to celebrate this important milestone for both her students and herself. “It is important to celebrate because we have made 100 days through Covid-19 with no closures. This achievement is one many schools have not yet been able to meet, said Moore.
McLaurin Elementary School first graders celebrated with an art project showcasing the collection of 100 items. Some of the students wore t-shirts to match the theme of the project they created.