St. Gregory the Great Catholic School student Ava Spires portrayed Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci as history came alive on Monday in the school's living wax museum of historic figures. Third graders have spent the last two months studying up on and preparing presentations on historic figures as varied as Elvis Presley, Sacagawea and Confederate General Richard. H. Anderson. To watch a video, go to:?http://bit.ly/1gf1c6W
St. Gregory the Great Catholic School student Ava Spires portrayed Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci as history came alive on Monday in the school's living wax museum of historic figures. Third graders have spent the last two months studying up on and preparing presentations on historic figures as varied as Elvis Presley, Sacagawea and Confederate General Richard. H. Anderson. To watch a video, go to:?http://bit.ly/1gf1c6W Jay Karr
St. Gregory the Great Catholic School student Ava Spires portrayed Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci as history came alive on Monday in the school's living wax museum of historic figures. Third graders have spent the last two months studying up on and preparing presentations on historic figures as varied as Elvis Presley, Sacagawea and Confederate General Richard. H. Anderson. To watch a video, go to:?http://bit.ly/1gf1c6W Jay Karr

Video and photo: St. Gregory the Great Living Wax Museum

May 12, 2014 9:19 PM

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