Students Host African American Wax Museums


Fourth grade students from T.E. Culbertson and fifth grade students from A.O. Marshall selected a well known African American man or woman to showcase at the event. The students researched their person and created a display and speech to share facts and history with other students and visitors. Maya Angelou, Charles Drew, Willie Mays, Michelle Obama, Rosa Parks, Colin Powell, and Wendell Scott were among the people that visited the classrooms. In addition, Culbertson also had an underground railroad for guests to walk through. The events were organized by Culbertson teachers Allison Bowbin, Elizabeth Karstensen, and Traci Phillips and Marshall teacher Maida Sauseda.


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