WARREN, NJ - Warren Township Schools marked the 100th day of school with celebrations, kindergarten students creating a traditional 100th day project and other students writing about what it might be like to be a centenarian and then dressing the part.


Woodland first grade teachers Anita Brower and Dorothy Stolfi welcomed fifth grader Jasmine Soriano  and kindergartner Charisa Sair as the 100th and 200th student, respectively, to enter school on the 100th day on Feb. 14. 

At Central School fifth graders dressed the part as centenarians to celebrate the 100th day of school on Feb. 14, while kindergarten students worked on 100th day projects.

And, under the direction of ALT fifth grade writing teacher Cheryl Plager, students wrote about what it might be like to be 100 years old, then paraded through school hallways on the 100th day of school on Feb. 14.