On a quiet Monday last July, we embarked on a journey together.
[Okay, it wasn’t that quiet of a Monday; it was Day One of Nerd Camp]
But on that day, July 10, 2017, we started this blog and planted a flag in it with the banner of community waving for all to see.
Since that day, we have had 98 other posts celebrating the highs and lows of the school year and the communities we are a part of, have helped build, or hope to build. It has been a lot of fun and a lot of learning.
Today, we have another thing to celebrate. Today, the blog runs its 100th post.
So in the spirit of community, I ask you all to join us in a 100s Day Celebration!
In many elementary schools, this day is met with a dress-up day, where many will get in costume and pretend to be 100 years old. There’s lots of laughs and pictures and sharing.
Well, this community is a virtual community, so we’re going to have to get a little creative. And perhaps a little technological.
I ask you to join us in celebrating by uploading an old picture of yourself. Scratch that: a picture of your old self. No, that’s still not quite right.
A picture of old yourself.
(English is tricky)
There are some apps out there that will age your face for you; I’m going to use AgingBooth. But find an app, or dress up and snap a picture, but show us you at 100 years old as we celebrate the community we have here.
Add the picture in the comments to this post, or tag it with #ClassroomCommunities on social media.
A few of us will get you started. Enjoy!