Bringing to Life Research, History, and Heroes

Photo by Keith Stewart Sullivan fourth grader Ben Bushue portrays Davy Crockett during the live wax museum project at Sullivan Elementary.

Photo by Keith Stewart
Sullivan fourth grader Ben Bushue portrays Davy Crockett during the live wax museum project at Sullivan Elementary.

Three week project culminates with live wax museum at SES

by Keith Stewart
keith@newsprogress.com

A week before school was set to let out for summer, Sullivan Elementary School was full of motley and miniature versions of both past and present historical and cultural figures as fourth grade students did their best to imitate an individual of whom they based a three week research project.

“This project was a huge undertaking for our students,” said fourth grade teacher Nichole Hendry. “In the five years I’ve been here it was the largest research and writing project that our fourth grade class has been asked to do.”

From Sacagawea, to Davy Crockett, to Michael Jackson, Michael Jordan, and former President Dwight D. Eisenhower, the SES gymnasium that Thursday was alive with brief one to three minute speeches detailing childhoods, marriages, and successes from dozens of the world’s most historically important figures.

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