Fuqua School celebrates 100 days

Published 11:00 am Friday, February 12, 2016

Fuqua School K/1 students recently celebrated the 100th day of school.  Students of Susan Johnson and Tracy Carilli made a 100-piece variety snack, created headbands using 100 items, set up a museum of projects each housing 100 items and wrote two books.  One book, titled “If I had $100,” details what students would do with the money.  In “100 Days Smarter,” each page begins with the sentence, “100 days ago I did not know … , but now I do.”  Looking over all they had learned gave the students a real sense of accomplishment. All smiles while drawing 100 shapes is Aviva Bloomall.

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