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B'ville students celebrate 100 days of school

Reynolds students Daryna Tatarin, left, Cali Pierce, center, and Sarah MacLeod work to build a structure with 100 blocks in celebration of the 100th day of school.

Reynolds students Daryna Tatarin, left, Cali Pierce, center, and Sarah MacLeod work to build a structure with 100 blocks in celebration of the 100th day of school.

— Students in the Baldwinsville Central School District celebrated 100 days of school the week of Feb. 13.

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Adele Reid, who is 100 years old, answers students’ questions about how communication, technology, school and even toys have changed over her lifetime.

At Van Buren Elementary School, teacher Colleen Damato’s third-graders had a special guest visit the class on Feb. 13. Adele Reid, who is 100 years old, answered students’ questions about how communication, technology, school and even toys have changed over her lifetime. Students prepared 100 questions a head of time and asked her as many as they could during her visit.

On Feb. 14, first and second-grade students at Reynolds Elementary School celebrated the 100th day of school with activities that emphasized the number 100. They stacked 100 pennies, built structures with 100 blocks and made hats decorated with 100 fingerprints.

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