Wingo Elem. kindergartners celebrate 100th day of school - KFVS12 News & Weather Cape Girardeau, Carbondale, Poplar Bluff

Wingo Elem. kindergartners celebrate 100th day of school

Wingo kindergarten 100 coins man and woman. (Source: Paul Schaumburg/Graves Co. schools) Wingo kindergarten 100 coins man and woman. (Source: Paul Schaumburg/Graves Co. schools)
Wingo three coins. (Source: Paul Schaumburg/Graves Co. schools) Wingo three coins. (Source: Paul Schaumburg/Graves Co. schools)
GRAVES COUNTY, KY (KFVS) -

Wingo Elementary School kindergarten students celebrate the 100th day of the school year by creatively arranging coins.

In the foreground of the first picture, four teammates expressing joy and pride in their coin creations are, clockwise from left, Isaac Pastor, Collon Lancaster, Autumn Langston, and Bryleigh Turbeville.

The three teammates in the background pose for a close-up in the second photo. They include Hunter Wilson (in camo jacket), Ava Beasley, and Eric Thompson (in blue, hoodie).

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