Sunrise School showcases live "wax museum"

Sturgeon Bay elementary students presented a wax museum of sorts on Thursday at Sunrise School.  59 fourth-graders dressed up in-character and shared a brief biography of a famous person they researched. Sunrise School fourth-grade teacher Kayleen Smeaton says the students were assigned a historical figure from their four top choices. She shares how the wax museum project came about.



The students lined up along the walls of the multi-purpose and the hallways while awaiting their chance to be in-character of famous sports figures, presidents, authors, and inventors. Parents and family members were able to attend and push a fake button to start the student’s wax museum presentation. You can see a video and pictures from Thursday’s wax museum from Sunrise Elementary School with this story below.








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