The senior Kindergarten students at St. Stephen's Episcopal Day School learned to count to 100 by the 100th day of school. To celebrate, students created vests made from paper bags using the 100 items they chose and came to school dressed as 100-year-olds. Martiza Urdaneta and Susie Oldham are pictured with their classes on the 100th day of school.
The senior Kindergarten students at St. Stephen's Episcopal Day School learned to count to 100 by the 100th day of school. To celebrate, students created vests made from paper bags using the 100 items they chose and came to school dressed as 100-year-olds. Martiza Urdaneta and Susie Oldham are pictured with their classes on the 100th day of school.
The senior Kindergarten students at St. Stephen's Episcopal Day School learned to count to 100 by the 100th day of school. To celebrate, students created vests made from paper bags using the 100 items they chose and came to school dressed as 100-year-olds. Martiza Urdaneta and Susie Oldham are pictured with their classes on the 100th day of school.

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