The Living Wax Museum has become a staple project for the oldest learners of the James H. Bean School for the past four years. Not even a school closure could stop the 5th-grade students of JHB from showcasing their hard work in a biography and leadership project. With a bit of out-of-the-box thinking, technology, and a lot of family support the show was still able to go on! Students used their research to create a brief, first-person presentation through the eyes of a famous leader from the past and present. Some students used the app ChatterPix Kids to bring their project to life while other students dressed for the occasion complete with wigs, props, and accents. We couldn’t be happier with how the 2020 Night at the Living Wax Museum turned out! The Museum is now open for visitors from the comfort of your own home! Take the tour now and help us cheer on our hard-working biographers.