Academics, art and music were on display at Dennis M. Kenney Middle School for the annual Cruizin’ Kenney event, a night that showcases student learning and talent.
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The night featured a live wax museum of students who researched and dressed as historical figures like musical legend Johnny Cash, activist Susan B. Anthony and Zeus.
The students stood frozen next to a biography they wrote about their research subject.
Other grade levels created academic displays, everything from the biology of a cell to the physics behind a marble roller coaster.
Parents and families enjoyed a musical show by some of the school’s instrumentalists. They also had the opportunity to see a plethora of artwork that lined the hallways.