Earlier this week we told you about celebrating one hundred days of school at McIsaac School with an Olympics theme. Ruth Betts Community School is celebrating on Friday and teacher Amber Kubat says the kindergarten to grade two students have a variety of events. In the morning kindergarten class they will make the number 100 with their bodies and they’ll be making 100 day hats. In the afternoon class they’re going to be doing a scavenger hunt with numbers and they’re going to draw what they think they’ll look like when they are 100 years old. In grade one Zero the Hero is going to bring them their final snack which will be a Tootsie Roll Pop and they’re going to see if they can get to the tootsie roll in 100 licks. Other grade ones will take pictures of themselves and use an app on the iPad to see that they would look like at 100 years old and in grade two they are going to make Fruit Loop necklaces with 100 Fruit Loops.
The student will also bring in one hundred day projects completed at home.