There are more than a hundred ways to celebrate the 100th day of school, and most of these ideas involve counting out one hundred somethings or imaginative ways of forming the number 100 out of something. P.S. 132 to use their heads as a platform for celebrating their 100th day of school.
Anyone who happened to be wandering the streets surrounding P.S. 132 on Thursday morning, the 12th of February, could have caught site of some magical millinery. A paper Stetson studded with what could be a 100 plastic spoons, an aquarium shaped Akubra, a heart filled Hamburg, a fedora festooned with googly eyes, a chef’s hat compassed in crayons, etc.