Apostolic Academy Historic Presentations
MAY 13, 2016 BY DEWEY TERRILL 0 COMMENTS
The public is invited to take a journey back in time and hear a character presentation from Albert Einstein, Anne Frank or even Jackie Robinson.
5th and 6th grade students at Apostolic Academy will be showcasing History, English, research and public speaking skills on May 18th, 19th and 20th. The Historical presentations will be held at Riddle Hall, 2512 Rucker Road, Junction City.
Wednesday the 18th Caleb Huggins will deliver a narrated portrayal of WWII history at Normandy Beach followed by Jermaine Baker who will deliver comments while impersonating Albert Einstein
Thursday the 19th Anthony Sheared is speaking on a depiction of the September 11th Twin Tower attack. Jaslyn Nash is scheduled to impersonate Anneliese (Anne) Frank.
On Friday the 20th Deontae Baker will represent Jackie Robinson on the ball field and in personal comments. Moriah Palmer will portray and address her discoveries concerning the Lewis & Clark Expedition and Johnny Baker will conclude the day with commentary on Desert Storm.
The public is invited to attend, enjoy the short skits, costumes and topics at 1:30PM daily May 18th through the 20th.