100th Day of School Celebrations

100th Day of School Celebrations

Our schools at Superior North Catholic District School Board have been celebrating 100 Days of School in a big way!

St. Joseph Catholic School in Geraldton - 100th Day of School cake made by Kathleen Mahon, Positive Behaviour Support Worker
artwork representing what students will look like in 100 years.
St. Joseph Catholic School Grade 3/4 student artwork representing what they will look like in 100 years.

The 100th day of school is a great way for elementary school teachers to celebrate the various mathematical concepts that can be taught using the number 100. From the very first day of school, our schools begin keeping track of the number of days they've been in school in anticipation of the 100th day of school!

Classroom teachers and educators have been engaging our students in activities that promote fun and memorable learning. These activities include physical activities that include doing 10 different sets of ten 10 exercises as a way to learn the concept that 10 sets of 10 equal 100; bringing in a collection of 100 items; making patterns and necklaces using 100 of an item; creating 100-day shirts; scavenger hunts and special lunches and celebrations with our school families.

At St. Hilary Catholic School in Red Rock, the students and staff celebrated the day by making 100-day crowns and t-shirts and participated in various activities that encouraged students to sort and count to 100.


students displaying work using 100 items

St. Hilary Catholic School in Red Rock displaying their 100 day of school artwork.

students wearing crowns they made for 100th day of school.

Two grade 1 and 2 students at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School in Manitouwadge started the day off reading this 100th-day prayer on the PA:

God, we are amazed that we have already been in school for 100 days this year! Thank you for all that we have learned. Thank you for our friends and classmates. Thank you for our teachers and parents, who have taught us all these days. For each and every day, we give you thanks and praise. In Jesus' name. Amen.

students stacking 100 cups

Throughout the day the grade one and two class made 100th-day crowns, estimated how many rolls (on a dice) it would take to fill a 100's chart and completed it. They decorated our hands (on bulletin board) and counted by 5's to 100. They drew what they looked like today and 100 years from now. The students completed 100 exercises.

students writing stories using 100
100 day of school bulletin board display
Bulletin Board at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic School in Manitouwadge.

Mrs. Luby's grade one and two class at Our Lady of Fatima Catholic School joined the Full Day Kindergarten class for some activities in the morning. The students made 100-day crowns, necklaces out of 100 Fruit Loops, drew self-portraits of what they would look like when they were 100, counted to 100 by 1s, 5s and 10s and built different structures using different materials.

students taking part in activities for the 100th day of school
students wearing 100th day of school crowns

At St. Brigid Catholic School in Nakina, every student made a crown celebrating 100 days of learning and growth.

students taking part in stem activities for 100th day of school

Students completed a series of 100s STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) challenges, including building structures out of 100 cups or patterns of 100 blocks.

students taking part in stem activities for 100th day of school

To celebrate the day students at St. Martin Catholic School participated in a variety of activities and enjoyed a free hot dog lunch sponsored by School Council.

students doing a lego activity for 100th day of school
students creating physical activity for 100 day of school
Holy Angels Catholic School in Schreiber worked together to participate in different activities that taught the children various ways to count to 100! They went on a number hunt around the school to find 100 numbers with 100 hearts on them. They also discovered that the hearts and numbers make different patterns.
100 day of school fun at holy angels
Junior and Senior Kindergarten students at Holy Angels Catholic School worked as a team to build a structure with 100 cups.
100 day activities at HAA
student working on 100th day activities
100th Day of School poster at Holy Saviour Catholic School in Marathon

Students and staff at St. Edward Catholic School in Nipigon recognized the day with various classroom activities such as sorting and counting to 100.

We are excited to see the wonderful things the next 100 days of school will bring!

"Together We Educate Heart, Mind and Soul."