Nathaniel Morton Celebrates Centeniel
Nathaniel Morton Elementary School celebrated its 100th anniversary.
On Feb. 15, the students and staff at Nathaniel Morton Elementary took part in an afternoon of activities to celebrate both the 100th day of school and the 100th year of the school.
Students rotated throughout the school with 100-based activities like building with 100 cups, rolling dice 100 times, exercise moves for 100 seconds, designing with 100 pattern blocks, and putting together picture puzzles from 1913. Students also brought in items via a food drive that they used to create a "Can-struction" and were able to donate over 1,000 food items to the Plymouth Food Pantry.
Students celebrated the school's birthday by singing and creating an expressive Happy Birthday poster with each child's finger print represented. Finally, all the students joined together to form a large 100 in the gymnasium to kick off the day!