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Many schools celebrate the 100th day of school. It is an opportunity for students to learn the concept of 100. It is a great learning tool and it has been expressed in many ways. With a large number of snow days this year, we had to wait until February 11th to celebrate this year. The wait and anticipation was well worth it at Lemons Mill Elementary and below we highlight part of their celebration. I want to thank Jessi Turner for the description of the day and the pictures below. What an awesome idea!!!
Lemons Mill Elementary was a building full of celebration as students walked in to celebrate the 100th day of learning! While the students were excited to finally share the shirts, hats, posters, and collections they had worked so hard on, the teachers and staff were just as thrilled for the students to see what they had up their sleeves. LME staff dressed up like they were 100 years old, which allowed for lots of good times and great laughs! The Kindergarten students paraded through the halls both in the morning and afternoon to show off their shirts and hats to their fellow students. Pictures of the staff were aged and posted in the hallway as a “Guess Who” game for students and visitors. The very first 100th Day of School for Lemons Mill was a special celebration and definitely one to remember!
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