Students Build 100 Day Project

Students Build 100 Day Project

Kelsey Reber and Kristen Eaglestar

     Friday, February 1, the elementary students grades BK-6 presented their projects that they made for the 100th day of school.  Each project was made out of 100 things.  

     Lily Jacobsen, kindergartner, melted 100 crayons. Rylan Peck, first grader, made a giant paper clip out of 100 paper clips; Ashton Waldner, second grader, made her name out of 100 jems; Henry Odegard, third grader, drew a monster and glued 100 eyes onto it; Jordan Vosika, fourth grader, took 100 screws and spelled out “Nailed it;” and Jackson Eklund, fifth grader, made an igloo.

 All students worked very hard on their projects with help from their parents or teachers.