Cherokee Elementary students host living wax museum

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ALEXANDRIA, La. (KALB) - Cherokee Elementary students were replaced by some of the most prominent people in the U.S. history on Wednesday morning.

Image Source: KALB / Faith King

About 80 fourth graders held a living wax museum to remind students, faculty, and parents about some of the most important people in history.

Before making an appearance as a historical figure, the students studied their chosen person for weeks in order to portray them well.

During the museum, attendees were able to hear a speech given by all of the important people.

Some of which included: Rosa Parks, Babe Ruth, Sacagawea, Albert Einstein, Martin Luther King, and many more.



 
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