REACHING the milestone of "100" is typically cause for celebration and it was no different for St Joseph's Primary School recently.
The school's kindergarten class celebrated their 100th day of "big school" on August 1 and it was a day to remember.
"Kindergarten have been counting the number of days at school since their first day," teacher Maria Maybon said.
"The number of the day has provided a focus for important number talks.
"The children have counted collections to 100 and beyond."
The celebrations to mark the occasion were held in Griffith, starting with recess in City Park.
Parents Dom and Sarah-Jane Giorgi have a son - Dante - in kindergarten and they decided to help with the celebrations, inviting the children to a day of 10-pin bowling at their business.
A lunch-time feast of pizza and chips was provided in a room decorated in St Joseph's school colours.
Mr Giorgi also organised a slideshow of kindergarten's photos for the children to watch.
A cake to celebrate was also donated from a Leeton bakery, which the students happily devoured.
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