RAHWAY—On Wednesday, March 24, fourth grade students at Madison Elementary School in the Rahway School District held their annual wax museum event. The students were assigned a famous historical figure. They had to research, write and commit to memory a brief speech describing that person.
Research was conducted in school. Parents were encouraged to take their child to the local library for additional research and ideas for costuming. Once the speech was written and approval was given, parents were asked to help their child commit it to memory. These were the only words spoken and repeated numerous times throughout the entire presentation. The set decorations were designed by fourth grade parents.
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