Students at Ruth Betts Community School will celebrate 100 days in their school year on Wednesday. The school’s Family Programmer Kristina Lies says K to 3 students have put a lot of work into special projects. She explained each student creates a picture of one hundred things displaying their creativity and knowledge of counting and grouping. She adds these projects are usually something students remember for years. Lies says they can use stickers, candies, stars or whatever they would like and they look forward to accomplishing 100 days at school and sharing in the celebration.
Lies adds some classes are baking cookies, holding skating parties and playing games using the 100 days theme.