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CES students celebrate 100th day of school

Campbellsville Elementary School students had lots of fun celebrating the 100th day of school this year, with several special activities.

 

Students made necklaces and bracelets to celebrate the day, along with counting to 100, learning about what happened 100 years ago and thinking about what they would buy with $100.

 

They also did 100 exercises, saw where 100 hops would take them and stacked 100 pennies.

 

Students also dressed as if they were 100 years old and took photos to see what they will look like on their 100th birthday.

 

CES kindergartener Madison Wilhoite, wearing her 100 day bracelet, writes the numbers from 1 to 100.

CES kindergartener Madison Wilhoite, wearing her 100 day bracelet, writes the numbers from 1 to 100.

 

CES kindergartener teacher Leanna Cundiff helps Lillie Judd write the numbers from 1 to 100.

CES kindergartener teacher Leanna Cundiff helps Lillie Judd write the numbers from 1 to 100.

 

CES kindergarteners Melody Ward, at left, and Gavin Williams write the numbers from 1 to 100.

CES kindergarteners Melody Ward, at left, and Gavin Williams write the numbers from 1 to 100.

 

CES kindergartener Aubreigh Knifley writes the numbers from 1 to 100.

CES kindergartener Aubreigh Knifley writes the numbers from 1 to 100.

 

CES kindergarteners in Leanna Cundiff’s class dress as if they were 100 years old.

CES kindergarteners in Leanna Cundiff’s class dress as if they were 100 years old.

 

CES kindergartener Kira Dotson makes a gumball machine filled with 100 dots.

CES kindergartener Kira Dotson makes a gumball machine filled with 100 dots.

 

CES kindergartener Tyler Branch makes a gumball machine filled with 100 dots.

CES kindergartener Tyler Branch makes a gumball machine filled with 100 dots.

 

CES kindergartener Kasen Smith makes a gumball machine filled with 100 dots.

CES kindergartener Kasen Smith makes a gumball machine filled with 100 dots.

 

CES kindergartener Hannah Matias holds her gumball machine, which is filled with 100 dots.

CES kindergartener Hannah Matias holds her gumball machine, which is filled with 100 dots.

 

CES kindergartener Evelyn Reed celebrates the 100th day of school with special glasses and a bracelet.

CES kindergartener Evelyn Reed celebrates the 100th day of school with special glasses and a bracelet.

 

CES kindergarteners Timothy Stacy, at left, and Delaney Staton dress as if they were 100 years old.

CES kindergarteners Timothy Stacy, at left, and Delaney Staton dress as if they were 100 years old.

 

CES kindergartener Justice Nelson colored 100 items.

CES kindergartener Justice Nelson colored 100 items.

 

CES kindergarteners in Lisa Wiseman’s class dress as if they are 100 years old.

CES kindergarteners in Lisa Wiseman’s class dress as if they are 100 years old.

 

CES kindergartener Addison Perkins poses for a photo that will show what she will look like at 100.

CES kindergartener Addison Perkins poses for a photo that will show what she will look like at 100.

 

CES teacher Doretha Sanders helps third-grader Alyssa Knezevic count marshmallows.

CES teacher Doretha Sanders helps third-grader Alyssa Knezevic count marshmallows.

 

CES third-graders in Hannah Jones’s class dress as if they are 100.

CES third-graders in Hannah Jones’s class dress as if they are 100.

 

CES third-graders in Patty Haley’s class dress as if they are 100.

CES third-graders in Patty Haley’s class dress as if they are 100.

 

CES second-grader Tye Rhodes writes about what he hopes to do before turning 100. He hopes to buy a car and a house, jump out of an airplane and travel to New York.

CES second-grader Tye Rhodes writes about what he hopes to do before turning 100. He hopes to buy a car and a house, jump out of an airplane and travel to New York.

 

CES second-graders Kairi Tucker jumps for 100 seconds, as classmate Maddox Hawkins times her.

CES second-graders Kairi Tucker jumps for 100 seconds, as classmate Maddox Hawkins times her.

 

CES second-grader Braygon Noegel sees what 100 drops of water looks like.

CES second-grader Braygon Noegel sees what 100 drops of water looks like.

 

CES first-graders in Amanda Greer’s class dress as if they are 100 years old.

CES first-graders in Amanda Greer’s class dress as if they are 100 years old.

 

CES first-grader Tommy Caswell counts 100 jelly beans.

CES first-grader Tommy Caswell counts 100 jelly beans.

 

CES first-grade teacher Hailey Ogle and her students dress as if they are 100 years old.

CES first-grade teacher Hailey Ogle and her students dress as if they are 100 years old.

 

CES first-grader Keiava Thompson is 100 days smarter.

CES first-grader Keiava Thompson is 100 days smarter.

 

CES first-graders exercise for 100 seconds.

CES first-graders exercise for 100 seconds.

 

CES first-grader Enoch Smith highlights all the 100s in his worksheet of numbers.

CES first-grader Enoch Smith highlights all the 100s in his worksheet of numbers.

 

CES kindergartener John Hagan Newton holds a photo of what he will look like when he is 100 years old.

CES kindergartener John Hagan Newton holds a photo of what he will look like when he is 100 years old.

 

CES kindergartener NyJah Vaught holds a photo of what he will look like when he is 100 years old.

CES kindergartener NyJah Vaught holds a photo of what he will look like when he is 100 years old.

 

CES kindergartener Gracie Gebler holds a photo of what she will look like when she is 100 years old.

CES kindergartener Gracie Gebler holds a photo of what she will look like when she is 100 years old.





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