For the past month, Seventh Grade Students have been studying the Holocaust. They read the novel Night by Elie Wiesel, visited the Museum of Tolerance, and listened to a talk from survivor Betty Cohen, who visited our school a couple of weeks back. For their final project, the students created their own Holocaust museum exhibits honors survivors. They spent time doing historical research and worked collaboratively to create a project honoring their survivor through maps, photographs, artifacts, biographies and writing. They served as curators today as they toured their Sixth and Eighth Grade peers through their museum. It was a very powerful project experience, and one they are sure to remember for a lifetime.