Black History comes alive at GES
GRASONVILLE — The fourth-grade students at Grasonville Elementar y School celebrated Black History Month by showcasing notable African Americans in a wax museum. Those figures ranged from academics to athletics, engineers to entertainers, and everything in between.
Students in all grade levels at Grasonville visited this live museum. Once there, they could push the “button” on each African American figure and they would come alive and recite biographical facts and contributions on the figure they were representing.
Kaitlyn Keegan was Maya Angelou.
Omar Chavez was the poet Phillis Wheatley.
Woodley Dormevil posed as Micheal Jackson.
Laila Willis came to life as Oprah Winfrey when her button was pushed.