Historic figures brought to life by All Saints students PDF Print E-mail
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Saturday, 20 April 2013 07:55
ROSSFORD - Groucho Marx, Ginger Rogers, Dick Clark, and Helen Keller will be visiting All Saints Catholic School on Monday.
These are just a few of the historical figures who will "come alive" as part of a unique Wax Museum presentation.  The program will take place from noon to 2 p.m. at the school, 630 Lime City Road.
All Saints seventh-graders will portray 20 historical figures during the Wax Museum presentation.
Dressed in full costume and well-versed in their characters' lives, the students speak and act as their characters when visitors step up to visit them.
"This is an extensive project that exposes the students to history on a different level," explains Carol Gutierrez, All Saints seventh-grade teacher. "Rather than simply write a book report, the Wax Museum gives the students first-hand practice in research, writing, and public speaking."
The presentation will take place in the McAlear Center.

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