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Bringing History to Life at Boeckman
Bringing History to Life at Boeckman
Bringing History to Life at Boeckman
Bringing History to Life at Boeckman
Bringing History to Life at Boeckman
Bringing History to Life at Boeckman
Bringing History to Life at Boeckman
Bringing History to Life at Boeckman
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Bringing History to Life at Boeckman

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  • 1. BRINGING WWII HISTORY TO LIFEBOECKMAN MIDDLE SCHOOL – MAY 23, 2013
  • 2. The entire sixth grade was invited to the auditorum and listened politelyas the guest speakers gave their accounts.
  • 3. L-R Sabina Zimering, Moderator Annalee Odessky, and Joe Rozenbergalong with BMS Teacher Karen Davis.
  • 4. Annalee Odessky led Sabina Zimering through a series of questions tohelp her tell her story.
  • 5. Students lined-up to ask questions to both presenters.
  • 6. The presentation was over but interested students continued on theirlearning with one-to-one conversations.
  • 7. Rozenberg explained his liberation from ConcentrationCamp to BMS Principal Dan Miller.
  • 8. BMS students shown with Sabina Zimering and Joe Rozenberg.

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