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Class celebrates 100 days of school

Activities centered on the number 100.

group of students stand before a table topped with plates of grapes and cheese sticks formed in the number 100

Students in the Life Skills class recently celebrated 100 days of school. Life Skills teacher Lisa Petty and math teacher Sue Summerfield organized activities for the students. They read “The 100 Hats Of The Cat In The Hat,” counted 100 items on a mat, made the number 100 out of cheese sticks and grapes, and enjoyed cupcakes. Students and teachers brought items from home and chose items from the classroom that were meaningful to them for the mat activity. 

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