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FUESD students and staff celebrate the 100th day of school

FALLBROOK – Every school year, perhaps the most awaited celebration for Fallbrook Union Elementary School District students is the 100th day of school. From the very first day, classes begin keeping track of the number of days they have been in school in anticipation of the 100th day. It is a milestone that represents progress, growth and achievement. For students, it is the perfect opportunity for creative learning and celebration.

This year FUESD schools celebrated in several ways. Students across the district celebrated with arts and crafts and special events such as pajamas day and making 100-day crowns. But many believe the most popular celebration is the opportunity for students to dress up as a centurion, an individual that has reached 100 years old.

As the 100th day has now come, students look to finish the next half of their year strong. FUESD students, teachers and staff look forward to the learning and leading still to be accomplished this school year.

Submitted by Fallbrook Union Elementary School District.


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