PREMIUM News Schools mark 100 days of preps Aug 2, 2022 Ageing gracefully: George Micheel went from being an infant student at Tongala’s St Patrick’s Primary School to an elderly gentleman. Fashionista: Henley Mitchell takes some inspiration from the elderly, complete with croqueted skirt and beads, to celebrate the 100 days of foundation day at St Pat’s in Tongala. Foundation fun: St Patrick’s Primary School foundation class students are, from back left is: Will Fitzgerald, Tully Hargreaves, Tom West, Harvey Parker and Marla Collyer, while front is Emma Keirl (LSO), George Micheel, Oonagh Mulcahy, Max Humphries, Henley Mitchell, Faith Van Roy and Lauren Bennett (teacher). Guaradian angel: Teacher Liana Haw with Silas Lyon and Seth Biggin at Tongala Primary School’s 100 days of education dress-up morning. Usual suspects: Tongala Primary School prep students Chett Cox, Kase Tucker, Zayden Williams, John Buchanan, Mason Nunn, Willow Todd, Isabella Kelley and Tilly Emonson form a 100 days of school “line-up’’. Primary patch: Infant level students at Lancaster Primary School, which includes prep, year one and two children, with teacher Sonia Lagazzino during the 100 days event. Now listen here: Lancaster Prep-1/2 class teacher Sonia Lagazzino provided the inspiration for her students to embrace the dress-up nature of the school celebration. Elderly man, or is it: Lancaster Primary School’s Grace Moser transformed her identity to that of an “old man’’ for the 100 days of education celebration. Ladies day: Ivy and Isla, with Miss Taylor, produced costumes for the occasion that brought a smile to everyone at Kyabram P-12 College last week. 100 reasons to smile: Matthew, Archer, Dylan and Henry form an interesting quartet in front of the 100 days balloons. Bad backs: Levi, Douglas and Logan from Kyabram P-12 College’s prep class use their walking sticks to prop themselves up during the 100 days of school celebration.