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History and culture at St. Dom’s

Eighth-graders Nicholas Varghese and Lorbensky Fifi
Seventh-graders Luke Thompson and Julian Rodriguez
Fourth-graders who took part in the living wax museum
Eighth-graders Payton Hendricks and Taraji Williams
Seventh-graders Joseph Helvitson and Santos Pabon-Mendez
Eighth-graders Hailey Gabbard and Kaylee Fischer

St. Dominic Elementary School recently held its third annual cultural day of learning in Marian Hall as part of an end-of-year social studies project.

Fourth-graders took part in a living wax museum, portraying people such as Helen Keller, George Washington, Betsy Ross, Ben Franklin, William Penn and a slave.

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Seventh-graders focused on culture, setting up displays on countries such as Israel, Brazil, Korea, Japan, Germany, Haiti, Ukraine, Afghanistan, Liberia, France, Ireland, Italy, Mexico and the Philippines.

Eighth-graders created displays on decades from the Roaring 1920s to the 2010s.

Fellow students, staff and parents visited Marian Hall to view the projects. ••

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