Montgomery Catholic Students Celebrate 100th Day of School

Montgomery Catholic Students Celebrate 100th Day of School 1Students at Montgomery Catholic’s St. Bede Campus celebrated the 100th day of school throughout the campus on Monday, January 26 with a myriad of activity. Each class displayed works in every medium, up and down the hallways and in their classrooms. Many students drew self-portraits of what they thought they would look like when they were 100. Others counted 100 blessings, and still others brought displays of 100 items of every shape and size.

Kindergarten students in Mrs. Debbie Redden’s class counted, measured, and ate everything in a hundred ways. Their snack for the day was a trail mix prepared by the students with each student having 100 pieces. The Kindergarteners counted out ten items from each of ten different ingredients, created a ladybug with a 100 dots. The students read Caps For Sale and constructed a tree containing 100 caps. A rainbow of 100 handprints was painted and hung in the classroom, and finally celebrated with a 100th Day cake. What a great day of learning!

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