By Stephanie Thompson
People Editor 

Project reveals students' past

 

Stephanie Thompson

Kamden Liebelt takes a big bite of pierogi that a student brought to class.

A fifth-grade assignment led children to find out about their family's past and share what they learned with their classmates.

Two fifth-grade teachers at Monroe Intermediate School, Genny Luckau and Terri Jones asked their students to complete a six-week family heritage project for their final project.

"This project was set up for students to discover their heritage, learning why the United States is considered a 'melting pot,' and explore the country of their family's history," Jones said.

During the six weeks, the students researched their individual backgrounds and learned which countri...



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