Norah Block is happy to show off a colorful chain she has just created in one of the five kindergarten classrooms. BY RON MACARTHUR
March 6, 2014
Josiah Mitch holds onto his 100th day hat as he begins to do exercises. BY RON MACARTHUR
Malieki Harmon-Perkins takes his time to stack cups. BY RON MACARTHUR
Lily Noonam creates her own number 100 using wood. BY RON MACARTHUR
Using her imagination, Emily Fitzpatrick works on creating a button. BY RON MACARTHUR
Dayanna Maull likes to build using color. She is also celebrating her birthday. BY RON MACARTHUR
Lisa Travis works with blocks during the 100th day celebration. BY RON MACARTHUR
Students were asked to write what they would do when they turned 100 years old.
Richard Shields Elementary School kindergarten students celebrated the 100th day of school Feb. 21 with special activities. Students changed classrooms to participate in reading, math, exercise and arts and crafts mini sessions.