Translation:A hundred kindergarten teachers are flying above the house!
In English? I would say no.
"flying over the house" means, to me at least, that the flight starts before the house, moves to a position above the house, and ends on the other side of the house. Like "jumping over a river" - you start on one bank of the river, jump, and end on the other bank. And during your jump is a time when you are above the river.
"flying above the house" means that the flight [or at least the portion that you are commenting on] happens entirely in the space above the house.