CLARK — Take a stroll down the Hall of Fame in the sixth grade hallway at Carl H. Kumpf Middle School in Clark, and you will learn all about some of the most influential people of the past and present. Sixth grade language art classes recently participated in a Hall of Fame Project which required students to select a person they believed was deserving of a place in the Hall of Fame. Students created a plaque to represent their selected individual, which included important background information as well as major accomplishments. In addition, the students wrote a persuasive essay stating why their person should be inducted. Inductees ranged from Anne Frank to Steve Jobs. All of the sixth graders enjoyed doing the project, and they did a wonderful job demonstrating their talent and creativity to the school community. In the photograph above, sixth graders Matthew Diaz, Danielle Hartzler, Jeffery Drajin, and Lauren Sasala proudly show the Hall of Fame creation. (Photo courtesy of Clark Public Schools)
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