Each year, students across the region celebrate the 100th day of the school year with creative and imaginative events.
Students at Tierra Del Sol Elementary School celebrated “100 Days of School” with an event to learn about the importance of this large, three-digit number.
Preparation for the special day began prior to the designated day by creating their individual “100” project at home. Everything from cheerios and sequins, to stickers, seeds, Legos, and gumballs were used to create their unique set of 100 objects.
When the 100th day arrived, students participated in a 100-day parade chanting “100 days brighter.”
Special guests included the Hanks High School drumline, cheerleaders, Renaissance dance team and Pikachu from Los Amiguitos.
The students spent the day refining their math skills by participating in a variety of games and activities centered around this very important number.
Each of the activities reinforced the point that hands-on activities not only actively engage children in the learning process, but also prove that learning can be fun