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Montpelier Public School fifth-grade teacher Ryan Nelson presents his unoffical mascot, a toy lizard named Peter “Liz” Kippling, as his class’ contribution to the school's 25-year time capsule at the school's 100th-year celebration Friday. Following groans from the students, Nelson retrieved the lizard so the kids could have another week to say goodbye. David Luessen The Sun

Montpelier school celebrates 100 years

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MONTPELIER, N.D. — Montpelier Public School students and staff celebrated 100 years of classes with a school-wide birthday party at the building on the southern edge of town.

A day filled with activities including games and inflatable bounce houses rented by the Montpelier PTO and fundraisers culminated with each class depositing an item in a 25-year time capsule.

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