The 100th day of school in Prince George’s County schools was on Feb. 13. Bond Mill Elementary celebrated 100 days of school with much anticipated fanfare. The four kindergarten classes came to school dressed as 100-year-old little people clad with gray hair and some mustaches, hair curlers, robes and even a walker. The teachers, Kathy Heike, Christy Hyder, Stephanie Scepura and Courtney Stanley led the fun with slippers, robes and lots of wrinkles on their young faces. It was a hoot and a half; the staff had a wonderful time watching the 3-foot tall centenarians. They wore their 100 day crowns all day. The four first-grade classes of Heather Peel, Chantal Collins, Christa Carnegie and Jackie Nole each read 100 books. Each class posted all the names of their 100 books on the school’s front door so all the other students could see. The first-grade Bond Mill Bulldogs were very proud of reading all those books.