In a fun way to explore numbers and celebrate the 100th day of school, students across the Papillion La Vista Community Schools took part in a number of activities all centered around the number 100 Jan. 26, 27 and 30. What exactly does 100 of something look like? Since the beginning of the school year, students have focused on learning about place value and number sense in math class. They have also been keeping track of each day they have attended school.
Landen Fulton, 4th Grade poses with Jacqueline Nance, paraeducator at Bell Elementary, they are both dressed as 100-year-olds as part of the celebration of the 100th day of school.
3rd Grade teacher at Bell Elementary Christine Synowiecki stands with Marah McDougal and Kalynn Young, all dressed like they are 100-years-old, celebrating the 100th day of school.
2nd Grade teacher Mark Welch dressed as a 100-year-old man to celebrate the 100th day of school at Bell Elementary.
Trumble Park 5th grade students compete in Survivor Games by linking 100 paper clips, celebrating the 100th day of school.
Walnut Creek 6th graders take on 100 excercises, starting at the 100th minute, of the 100th day of school.
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