Students put on a show as wax museum project

Belmont Elementary students learned about history, dress up as favorite characters and perform for their teachers and peers Wednesay, March 3. As part of the school’s wax museum project, kids prepared a historic account of a famous Americans and dressed up in period outfits, including an early wheelchair for President Franklin D. Roosevelt. As the wax museum part of the program, children held a pose as they waited for someone to put a ticket into their custom-made boxes to prompt a 30-second performance before the student returned to their pose and wait for another customer.

Nicholas Bestas as President Franklin D. Roosevelt.

Kevin Klein plays Paul Revere.

 

 

 

 

 

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