Exeter-Milligan elementary students celebrated the 100th day of school on Tuesday, January 27th. The kindergarten class did special 100 projects all day, including bringing their own collection of 100 items. They counted 100 cereal loops and made a necklace and filled out and colored a special booklet celebrating 100. The first grade class had the option to dress up like they were 100, they drew life-size pictures of Exeter-Milligan faculty and staff members as they imagined they would look at 100 years old. They made a quilt out of 100 square papers and spent lots of time writing to 100 and counting 100 items. Each of the first graders brought in a special project they made with 100 items. The second grade class started their day with 100 exercises. At the end of the day all three grades enjoyed popping 100 balloons in the hallway.
Above - The Exeter-Milligan first grade class posed with their projects made with 100 items. Front row from the left Ronnie Babula, Jonah Geiger, Brett Kallhoff, Trevin Ronne, Alexis Saatmann, Logan Krupicka and Avery Nichols. Back row from the left Kaydence Hasse, Katherine Hale, Tucker Svec, Kiley Oldehoeft, Selah Petersen, Alivia Luzum, Jase Luzum, Carver Kanode.
Kindergarteners brought 100 of the same item for their special 100 celebration. Front row from the left are Kaylie Schlueter, Sydney Engert, Brooklyn Oldehoeft, Cheyenne Krupicka and Natalie Meyer. Back row from the left are Logan Johnson, Adrien Mueller, RJ Clevenger, Cohen Harre, and Truman Milton.