100 days of school

  • Tuesday, January 29, 2013


Students at Summerville Catholic School recently celebrate the 100th Day of School. First graders paired up with K4 students to count 100 Fruit Loops to string and create a colorful necklace that was good enough to eat. Kindergarten students counted 100 steps to see how far they could get throughout the building. Students even solved 100 math problems to sharpen their mathematics skills. But the best part of the day was the school-wide service project. Students who donated a new pair of socks were able to wear crazy socks for the day. Over 100 pairs of socks were collected and donated to those in need throughout the community.


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