CLARK, NJ - In-person, hybrid or remote, no matter how they did it, students in Cherie Milevoi's class recently completed their 100th day of school.   To mark the events, students were invited to use 100 items in a project designed to celebrate their accomplishments as Clark's young learners.

“The children worked so hard, and were so creative," said Milevoi.  "The 100th day of school is a great opportunity for students to reflect on their academic journey thus far this school year."   

Student projects were either sorted into 10 groups of 10 or they used the chosen items to create a picture.  One student used 100 hair bows and another formed 100 marshmallows into the shape of a snowman.

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