Students Celebrate Their 100th Day Of School

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CLARK — First grade students in Miss Price’s class at Frank K. Hehnly Elementary School in Clark celebrated their 100th day of school on Monday, Feb. 13. Parents were invited to share in the celebration by assisting with educational activities that related to the number 100.

The students, sporting their “I have survived 100 days of 1st grade” badges, explored the number 100 in many ways. They drew what they thought they would look like at age 100. They explored the number 100 kinesthetically by doing 10 different exercises 10 times each. The students also grasped the number 100 by deciding what they could or could not draw 100 of, or what they could or could not pick up 100 of. The students, teacher, and parents concluded their celebration by seeing how much of their lollipop was left after 100 licks.

Parent Stacy McBride assists students Jeffrey Pineda, her daughter Ginger Juzefyk, Kieran Lidlow, and Michael Pedalino. In the background, parent Kevin Brady leads the exercise center with students David Rodriguez, Juliana LaRosa, his daughter Giulia Brady, Kourtney Dente, Madelyn Nadolsky, and Samantha Domenick. (Photo courtesy of Clark Public Schools)

 


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