100th Day of School

Photos by Kayla Renie/The Herald
Ferdinand Elementary kindergarten teacher Alyssa Heeke, center, dressed as a 100-year-old, helps her students Charlee Monroe, left, and Olive Stenftenagel with their numbers worksheet at the school on Tuesday. Students and teachers celebrated their 100th day of school with activities related to 100. “Their favorite was making the crowns with giant 100s on them,” Heeke said.
Ferdinand Elementary kindergartener Barrett Waninger, top, dressed as an old man, plays on the playground with his fellow students at the school on Tuesday. Many students and teachers celebrated their 100th day of school by dressing as 100-year-olds.

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