First grade classes at Highland Hills Elementary presented a “Living History Museum” on Friday. Each student completed a research project on a selected figure and then — when visitors pressed a paper “play” button — presented about their subject, including Betsy Ross, Bruce Lee, Harriet Tubman, Queen Elizabeth, walt Disney and Neil Armstrong. At top left, Mischa Meyer talks about Elvis Presley. Bottom right, Gabriel Lara Alatorre   made Cesar Chavez his topic. Bottom left, Everett Wicks plays the role of George Washington.

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