published Saturday, February 2nd, 2013

Let it snow: Bright School students enjoy snow day, celebrate centennial (with video)

Hunter Miller is covered in snow by Kendall Gentry, left, William McClanahan and Jacks Pollard Friday at The Bright School. Headmaster O.J. Morgan declared Friday a snow day and had real snow brought to the school for a time of fun.
Hunter Miller is covered in snow by Kendall Gentry, left, William McClanahan and Jacks Pollard Friday at The Bright School. Headmaster O.J. Morgan declared Friday a snow day and had real snow brought to the school for a time of fun.
Photo by Tim Barber.
Students at the Bright School have unexpected "snow day"
To celebrate the 100th day of their 100th school year at the Bright School, administrators created more than 13 cubic tons of artificial snow for the students to enjoy on the centennial celebration.

Bright School students enjoyed a snow day in a big way Friday to celebrate the school's 100th day of its centennial year.

Students at the private elementary school were surprised to find 13 cubic tons of snow on campus. Administrators had hinted at a surprise with a large countdown sign on the front yard of the school.

Headmaster O.J. Morgan declared the snow day during an assembly. Students raced outside to jump in, pile on and chill out.

To mark its 100th anniversary, the school has planned a number of events and activities for parents, students, faculty and alumni.

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