A Night of Living History at RCK

A Night of Living History at RCK

History came alive on March 7 at RCK as third-graders presented a Night at the Wax Museum.

Prior to the big night, each student read a biography and researched a historical figure, created a presentation board to display what they had learned about their chosen person’s life and historical significance, and wrote a speech in the voice of their subject. During the Wax Museum, the students came in costume and stood like wax figures in front of their displays. When family or friends pushed their buttons, the students came to life and gave their speeches. 

“Everyone was amazed by the students’ hard work and creativity,” said Principal Janet Jones.