100 days at Willow

100 days and many more to go!

For some, time passes slowly but not for the kindergarteners at Willow School in Homewood. The first 100 days of school flew by for them! 

To celebrate, they put on their imagination caps and transformed into the people they’ll be in 100 years and came to school on Feb. 8 to mark the day.

  Decked out in their finest 100-year-old impersonations
  are, from left, Gabrielle Martin, Teagan Pace, Ta'liyah
  Williams and Belen Passmore, kindergartners at
  Homewood's Willow School where they marked
  100 days of school on Feb. 8.
(Photos by Marilyn 
  Thomas/H-F Chronicle)
  Best pals in teacher Amanda Speiser's kindergarten class
  marked 100 days of school by pretending to be 100
  years old! Celebrating the day are, from left, Keith Rice,
  Brady Sorenson, John Williams, Antonio Jackson, Isaiah
  Richmond and James Bailey.

  What fun to look 100 years into the future! These
  kindergartners at Willow School in Homewood marked
  100 days of school by celebrating 100 years of life.
  Dressed for their impersonations of senior citizens are,
  from left, Ricky Sampognaro, Paisley Randle, Eliana Falk,
  Braydon Stanton and Dezirah Jones.




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