First graders in Caitlyn Bright’s class at Saluda Elementary spent their 100th day of school engaged in a wide range of activities.

Students began the morning by walking into a lime-green banner in the doorway that read “Ms. Bright’s 1st grade is 100 days smarter!” Later, students went to Susan McRostie’s art class to make crowns to celebrate the 100th day of school, then wore them throughout the day.

Class members used 10 frames and 10 different snacks to make 100 snacks to put in bags for a 100th day snack.