At left, Anthony Senouillet, 9, takes a breather from his role as Abraham Lincoln while at right Izzie Hass and Erin Engler, 7, listen as Jackson Reese, center, 9, acts out Harry Truman Wednesday morning during St. Gregory the Great Catholic School's Presidential Wax Museum. Students researched a president or first lady, constructed a tri-fold board with important facts and prepared a first-person script to recite.
At left, Anthony Senouillet, 9, takes a breather from his role as Abraham Lincoln while at right Izzie Hass and Erin Engler, 7, listen as Jackson Reese, center, 9, acts out Harry Truman Wednesday morning during St. Gregory the Great Catholic School's Presidential Wax Museum. Students researched a president or first lady, constructed a tri-fold board with important facts and prepared a first-person script to recite. Sarah Welliver
At left, Anthony Senouillet, 9, takes a breather from his role as Abraham Lincoln while at right Izzie Hass and Erin Engler, 7, listen as Jackson Reese, center, 9, acts out Harry Truman Wednesday morning during St. Gregory the Great Catholic School's Presidential Wax Museum. Students researched a president or first lady, constructed a tri-fold board with important facts and prepared a first-person script to recite. Sarah Welliver

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