Students celebrate 100 days of school with special activities

Wednesday, February 1, 2017
Each year, Cassville primary and intermediate students and staff hold 100-day-themed festivities to mark the 100th day of the school year. One of the ways students celebrated the event was to create personalized pictures on poster boards by using 100 pieces of various types of items and materials. Pictured with their personalized posters, from left, are kindergarten students Dylan Sorenson, Raegan Doucet, Riley Doucet and McKinley Miller. Contributed photo

Each year, Cassville primary and intermediate students and staff hold 100-day-themed festivities to mark the 100th day of the school year.

Cassville Kindergartener Mquade Farris shows school spirit and proudly displays a project he made during the districtís 100-day festivities last week, which includes a variety of fun activities for students and staff to celebrate reaching the 100th day of school milestone. Contributed photo
Cassville fourth graders Austin Meltabarger, left, and Trace Sturgell, portray 100-year old men during the school districtís 100-day festivities, just one of several fun activities held to mark reaching the 100th day of the school year. Contributed photo
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