100th day celebrated


London Elementary School celebrated the 100th day of school on Thursday, Jan. 26. Lisa Dunmon’ first grade class has been keeping track of each day using a calendar. On Thursday, they exchanged 100 cents for a dollar bill and they bundled their 10 groups of 10 and moved them to the 100 pocket. The class made crowns declaring they are 100 days smarter. They also used 100 fruit loops to make a yummy necklace.

London Elementary School celebrated the 100th day of school on Thursday, Jan. 26. Lisa Dunmon’ first grade class has been keeping track of each day using a calendar. On Thursday, they exchanged 100 cents for a dollar bill and they bundled their 10 groups of 10 and moved them to the 100 pocket. The class made crowns declaring they are 100 days smarter. They also used 100 fruit loops to make a yummy necklace.


London Elementary School celebrated the 100th day of school on Thursday, Jan. 26. Lisa Dunmon’ first grade class has been keeping track of each day using a calendar. On Thursday, they exchanged 100 cents for a dollar bill and they bundled their 10 groups of 10 and moved them to the 100 pocket. The class made crowns declaring they are 100 days smarter. They also used 100 fruit loops to make a yummy necklace.


London Elementary School celebrated the 100th day of school on Thursday, Jan. 26. Lisa Dunmon’ first grade class has been keeping track of each day using a calendar. On Thursday, they exchanged 100 cents for a dollar bill and they bundled their 10 groups of 10 and moved them to the 100 pocket. The class made crowns declaring they are 100 days smarter. They also used 100 fruit loops to make a yummy necklace.

London Elementary School celebrated the 100th day of school on Thursday, Jan. 26. Lisa Dunmon’ first grade class has been keeping track of each day using a calendar. On Thursday, they exchanged 100 cents for a dollar bill and they bundled their 10 groups of 10 and moved them to the 100 pocket. The class made crowns declaring they are 100 days smarter. They also used 100 fruit loops to make a yummy necklace.

London Elementary School celebrated the 100th day of school on Thursday, Jan. 26. Lisa Dunmon’ first grade class has been keeping track of each day using a calendar. On Thursday, they exchanged 100 cents for a dollar bill and they bundled their 10 groups of 10 and moved them to the 100 pocket. The class made crowns declaring they are 100 days smarter. They also used 100 fruit loops to make a yummy necklace.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/37/2017/01/web1_LondonElementary100thdaypic1col.jpgLondon Elementary School celebrated the 100th day of school on Thursday, Jan. 26. Lisa Dunmon’ first grade class has been keeping track of each day using a calendar. On Thursday, they exchanged 100 cents for a dollar bill and they bundled their 10 groups of 10 and moved them to the 100 pocket. The class made crowns declaring they are 100 days smarter. They also used 100 fruit loops to make a yummy necklace.

London Elementary School celebrated the 100th day of school on Thursday, Jan. 26. Lisa Dunmon’ first grade class has been keeping track of each day using a calendar. On Thursday, they exchanged 100 cents for a dollar bill and they bundled their 10 groups of 10 and moved them to the 100 pocket. The class made crowns declaring they are 100 days smarter. They also used 100 fruit loops to make a yummy necklace.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/37/2017/01/web1_LondonElementary100thdaypic2col.jpgLondon Elementary School celebrated the 100th day of school on Thursday, Jan. 26. Lisa Dunmon’ first grade class has been keeping track of each day using a calendar. On Thursday, they exchanged 100 cents for a dollar bill and they bundled their 10 groups of 10 and moved them to the 100 pocket. The class made crowns declaring they are 100 days smarter. They also used 100 fruit loops to make a yummy necklace.

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