The 100th day of school fell on a Tuesday which was the first day of the week after the MLK holiday. So naturally, we completely forgot about it until Monday night, right around the time the kids would normally be getting changed into their pajamas. And the only reason we remembered it is because the 7-year-old’s teacher sent out a text to the class reminding the parents that the kids needed to bring in a plastic, ziplock bag with 100 items from around the house. Read. That. Again.
100 items. My son’s teacher wanted us to send our children into school with a plastic bag filled with 100 items. I’m sure you can imagine my reaction.
By the time we got my son loaded up for his 100 day of school celebration, I was ready for bed. As far as I know the day went fine. Not much else to report.
I tell you what, Ellen, all of these school celebrations wear me out. I hope there isn’t anything else soon. I’m saving all of my energy for Dr. Seuss week.
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