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September 19, 2018

Cruizin’ Kenney Showcases Hannibal Student Projects


Hannibal middle school students recently showcased their knowledge and presented some of their class work during the annual Cruizin’ Kenney event.

Sixth graders Julia Shortslef, Mackenzie Astle and Katrina Vanburen portray a range of historical figures as part of the wax museum during Cruizin’ Kenney.

Sixth graders Julia Shortslef, Mackenzie Astle and Katrina Vanburen portray a range of historical figures as part of the wax museum during Cruizin’ Kenney.

The event provides an opportunity for students to show their friends and family members what they learned throughout the school year.

Projects were displayed in the hallways, with high-tech experiments, artwork and other creations in the spotlight.

Attendees were in awe of the live wax museum exhibit, where sixth graders transformed into different historical figures such as Amelia Earhart, Henry Ford, presidents and politicians.

The students, dressed as their respective character, stood motionless alongside a biography they wrote about their research subject.

While sixth graders showed off their history knowledge during the live wax museum, other students displayed artwork and discussed projects highlighting various academic areas.

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