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100 Days of School Celebration at St. Paul Catholic Elementary

St. Paul student Jonah and teacher Lisa Wright dressed up as centenarians as part of their class' 100th day celebration.

February 12, 2013 - Students in teacher Lisa Wright’s French Immersion Senior Kindergarten class at St. Paul Catholic Elementary School celebrated the 100th day of school in a BIG way on Thursday, February 7th! Several children and Mme Wright came to school dressed as centenarians. The afternoon was spent with special guests , moms, dads, grandmas and grandpas. A lot of fun was had at each of the 100th day centres which included:
1) Working as a team to stack 100 plastic cups
2) Roll the dice to 100 game
3) Making a portrait of what they will look like at 100 years old.
4) Making a 100th Day party hat
5) Snack bag of 100 “goodies”.

Students were disappointed to learn that the school year ends before the 200th day. They were looking forward to another big celebration.



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