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C.J. Morris kindergarten celebrates 100th Day of School

NEWS                                                                                    Walnut Valley Unified School District
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                   880 S. Lemon Avenue
January 28, 2015                                                                   Walnut, CA 91789

 
Contact:                                                   
Kelli Gile, Office of Community Resources
kgile@wvusd.k12.ca.us
(909)595-1261 ext. 31204

 
C.J. Morris kindergarteners celebrate 100th Day of School

WALNUT, CA--C.J. Morris Elementary kindergarten students dressed up as adorable centenarians to mark the 100th day of school on January 28.

The youngsters transformed into 100-year-olds with gray spray-painted hair, glasses, and canes for the day of fun and learning.

Many of the little ones had their new “mature” hair tucked up in buns with rouge on their cheeks. They wore aprons, shawls and sweater vests.

Some even had painted-on wrinkles!

Chloe Thi, age 6, said she liked wobble-walking with her little cane.

“This was the first time we’ve had the students dress as old people,” noted teacher Sarah Sherman.

“They came in with little mustaches and cotton ball eyebrows – it was so cute!”

“And by the time 10:00 came around- they took it off!” she added.

The teaching team includes Luisa Salazar, and Kelly Revells, and Sherman, who led the activities costumed with gray wigs, floral dresses, saggy socks, and a trio of canes.

“Mrs. Salazar looks like an old lady! She’s wearing a wig,” observed a giggling Jewelina Baker.

Counting to the 100th day of school serves as good practice for number recognition and beginning math skills. 

It’s also the means students and their teachers made it about halfway through the school year!

The kids look forward to reaching the big 100 all year long.

They counted out 100 Fruit Loops cereal rounds to make necklaces.

They estimated walking a hundred feet.

They wrote little books about 100 things they’ve seen, eaten, or wanted to do.

At recess the young whippersnappers raced and played.

“We were two old ladies riding a race car!” exclaimed Rachel Peiten.

Shown:

Kindergarteners Rachel Peiten, Chloe Thi, and Molly Chung showed off their 100-year-old costumes on January 29. 

C.J. Morris kindergartners had fun dressing up as centenarians to celebrate the 100th day on January 28. 

C.J. Morris kindergarten teachers joined the fun dressing up to celebrate the 100th day of school. Shown: Sarah Sherman, Luisa Salazar, and Kelly Revells.