Thursday, January 26 marked the 100th day of classes for students in Watauga County Schools. Around the district, Kindergarteners to second-graders and their classrooms were decorated in celebration. Students assembled 100-piece puzzles, stacked 100 cups, dressed as 100-year-olds and enjoyed 100 snacks (in manageable sets of 10.)
In the last 100 days of operation, Watauga County Schools has offered 750 hours of instruction, served more than 400,000 lunches and traveled 278,900 by bus, enough distance to lap the earth 11 times.
Parkway students came to their 100th day of school dressed as 100-year-olds.
Watauga County Schools Superintendent Dr. Scott Elliott gets input from Parkway students celebrating their 100th day of school.
Parkway Paul joins in with students doing 100 exercises in honor of the holiday.
Parkway Kindergartener Coco shows off her book of 100 things.
Hardin Park first-grader Oliva wishes she had 100 unicorns, but would not like eat 100 salmon.
Mrs. Short leads a group of Hardin Park students through the lunch line.