There's been a really fun challenge circulating recently on TikTok. It's called the #100DaysOfSchool Challenge and it encourages students and teachers to dress "old" and celebrate the 100th day of school. As of this story, there are already about 7000 different interpretations of it on TikTok. Naturally, some local educators here in western Kentucky couldn't wait for the opportunity to jump on the bandwagon and participate as well. Three in particular, from West Louisville Elementary School in Daviess County, absolutely careered it.

Maggie Ballou, Carrie Osborne and Erinn Williams all teach 3rd grade at WLES. Maggie teaches math. Carrie teaches science and social studies. Erinn teaches reading. By the way, Erinn credits Maggie with being the inspiration behind their rendition of the TikTok challenge. She says, "This was ALL Maggie's idea. She's so much fun. The 100th day of school is her favorite." It certainly shows.

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So, to demonstrate just how important the 100th day is, Maggie, Carrie and Erinn transformed themselves into the "Glamorous Granny Squad" and rocked out their video with incredible choreography, matching canes, wigs, glittery jackets, glasses and bling.

Check 'em out!

@maggiececilball16#100th day #teacherfun#3rdgrade#glam♬ original sound - maggiececilball16
So, were the dynamic 'Granny' trio a hit with their students? Absolutely! Erinn says the third graders must have been impressed because they told their teachers they had "rizz." In case you're not sure what that means, "rizz"- at least these days- is short for "charisma." And there's no doubt the third grade team at West Louisville Elementary School has charisma!
Erinn Williams
Erinn Williams
And, for fifteen seconds on TikTok on the 100th day of school, they were G-L-A-M-O-R-O-U-S too!
Sorgho Elementary School also got in on the action with this Shania Twain number.

@moeroegan Happy 100th day of school! #grannys #100thdayofschool @Chantae Hulsey @Gabrielle Schultz ♬ Man! I Feel Like A Woman! - Shania Twain

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