On Friday, February 3, MPS students celebrated 100 days of learning with a special challenge. The challenge was issued to classrooms to create a 100’s day project to showcase in front of the school. The objective was to encourage students to think creatively and engage in a hands-on experience.


Classrooms were encouraged to put their imagination and creativity to work, using a variety of materials and techniques to produce their projects. From art and craft, to math surveys, the 100’s day projects reflected the diverse interests and abilities of MPS students.


The 100 days of learning celebration at MPS was a huge success, providing a unique opportunity for students to demonstrate their skills and creativity. It was a day of fun, learning, and inspiration, and a testament to the continued commitment of MPS to providing a quality education to all its students.