NEISD Schools celebrate 100 days of school
Schools throughout North East ISD celebrated the 100th day of school with parades, decorations, and school spirit events.
Kindergarten students at Dellview Elementary School have a lot to celebrate. Students celebrated the 100th day of school by hosting their 100th guest reader in the library. Students wore shirts they made in honor of the day. Some students wore ribbons declaring they could count to 100.
Dr. Brian G. Gottardy, Superintendent of Schools, read 100 Days of School to the kindergarten class. The school invited previous guest readers to the special event.
Dr. Brian G. Gottardy, Superintendent of Schools, celebrating with Dellview
Carolyn Brown, former Dellview teacher, and Brian Woodrome, special guest reader
Jackson Keller students had a great time creating awesome hats and posters to celebrate its 100th Day of School with a parade.
Wilshire students sported crazy crowns and banners during its 100th Day Parade! Kindergarten and Pre-K students had a great time celebrating the special day. Each student proudly displayed their representations of 100 and were cheered on with songs and chants as they marched through the halls of the Wilshire Wildcats.
The kindergarten team at Colonial Hills Elementary School celebrated 100 days of school. Students and teachers dressed up as if they were 100 years old. The students also created projects using 100 items from home. "It was great to see so many children dressed up, and getting excited about counting! They are all 100 days smarter," said Brooke Olm, Kindergarten Teacher.
Colonial Hills students (above) used their creativity to celebrate 100 days of school.
Posted on February 5, 2014