The following article was written by Erin Turner, Morris Hill Library Media Specialist, and the USD 475 Marketing and Media Department.
Wednesday, December 19, 2018, Morris Hill Elementary second graders presented their Wax Museum projects. Each student researched famous “failures” and chose someone they related to or emulated. They spent time researching that person and then typed a report about them. To make their projects come to life, students dressed as their famous inventor and acted as wax figures with a “button” on their hand. When their button was pushed, they came to life by performing a short blurb about their chosen inventor.