Mr. Ryan hosted a wax museum in the IMC on December 5th and 6th to showcase many different people in history. Not only did his students memorize quite a hefty bit of information about the person they researched, but they turned into the person. They dressed the part, displayed a poster and props, and they were well-practiced and ready to go. They rehearsed quite a bit to retain the information, and none of the students needed note cards to reference. It was fun for other classes to visit and see their peers transformed into these great icons from our history lessons like Molly Pitcher, William Taft, Alexander Hamilton, Ruth Bader Ginsberg, and John F. Kennedy. They did a great job and we applaud their hard work.