Mrs. Walsh’s kindergartners (from left) Emory Armstrong and Nora Caufield celebrated the 100th day with rollers in hair, sweaters, spectacles and prune juice in hand!
Mrs. Sisler’s kindergarten class counted to 100 with a gumball finger-painting activity for 100 days of school.
Mrs. Walsh’s kindergartners, (from left) Lucas Summers, Thomas Derr, Carson Bradt, Knoxx Caughman, and Benny Clark sported their best elderly styles to celebrate the 100th day of school.
SEBRING — Sebring students at B.L. Miller Elementary recently celebrated the milestone of 100 days of school with canes, cardigans, wigs, walkers and wrinkles, as well as a fun-filled day of activities for the little old ladies and gentlemen.
Betsy Walsh’s and Kassie Sisler’s kindergarten classes commemorated the day with counting to 100 by ones and tens through various crafts, activities and stations. They even created a glimpse of their aged headshots with a photo editing app, accompanied by a description of what they think they’ll do when they are 100-years-old.
Kindergartner Carson Bradt wrote, “When I am 100 years old, I will sit on the couch and watch golf.” Another student, Emory Armstrong, shared, “I will buy myself Starbucks.”