LEWISBORO, N.Y. -- Increase Miller Elementary School first-graders recently marked the 100th day of school with a “Peanuts”-themed celebration.
The first-grade wing was decked out in decorations and included 14 booths of games and activities related to the number 100.
“The parents really made everything possible,” said first-grade teacher Laura Frisco, pointing out the decorations, murals and other volunteer-led efforts.
Students wore cards that read, “Good grief, it’s the 100th day of school” and checked off boxes for every activity they completed during the day.
The booths included a balloon-stuffing station where students tried to fit as many inflated balloons as possible into a large pair of pants.
Other activities included a “Peanuts” gang thumbprints station, Sally’s Hula Hoop Swirl, the Flying Ace’s Amazing Ring Toss and Woodstock’s Wonderful Chutes and Ladders.
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