100 Faces for 100 Days Who's Counting? Kindergarten Students cue us in on the 100th Day of School.

Students in Livingston Public Schools celebrated the 100th day of school on Monday, Feb. 13. Kindergarten students kept track, counting off by ones from the first day of school when 100 days seems a long way off, then learning to count by fives, and then as the weeks slip by, ones, and fives and tens.
Schools celebrated in 100 different ways. Students shared 100 of some wonderful, one-hundred-full things. Others dressed as if they had aged 100 years! Classes presented their 100 Acts of Kindness, decorating the school with hearts that carried messages on the things they do to be kind. Schools celebrated in 100 different ways.
First graders got in on the act, dressing as they might look in 100 years and shared writing on the accomplishments they hope to achieve in the decades to come.
A special guest was the masked superhero, Zero the Hero, who teaches the idea of place value.

To mark the milestone, we visited each of Livingston's elementary schools to create our own 100 Faces for 100 Days scrapbook. Enjoy!

100 Days of School, Livingston Public Schools

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