Wild Rose Celebrates the School's 110th Birthday

Wild Rose School of Creative Arts was built in 1912 and the school celebrated the 110th Birthday on the 110th day of school.
There was an assembly on the front porch of the school and everyone recognized a historical moment in time. People from the Monrovia Historical Museum joined in to share fun facts from 1912 to the current day.
The Wild Rose Family dressed up as if everyone was 110 years old and had a blast! Our staff performed “When I’m Sixty Four” by The Beatles with a little play on words to “When I’m 110” with Mr. Bogdon on guitar accompanied by Mrs. Jaramillo and Ms. Naugle singing vocals.
Since we discovered that Oreos were invented in 1912 too, we skipped the cake and enjoyed Oreo cookies donated by our awesome PTA as a finale to an exceptional day!