Bringing history to life

Posted 12/8/18

Bankhead Middle School hosted its second annual Living Wax Museum on Friday. The 8th grade class brought 69 historical figures to life in the school gymnasium. Students, parents and the general public paid to hear the students give a short presentation about their character. Materials for the presentations were purchased with a $500 Alabama Bicentennial Schools grant that the school received. The proceeds will be donated to an effort to purchase Christmas toys for Cordova children.

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Bringing history to life

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Bankhead Middle School hosted its second annual Living Wax Museum on Friday. The 8th grade class brought 69 historical figures to life in the school gymnasium. Students, parents and the general public paid to hear the students give a short presentation about their character. Materials for the presentations were purchased with a $500 Alabama Bicentennial Schools grant that the school received. The proceeds will be donated to an effort to purchase Christmas toys for Cordova children.