WWII History Comes to Life for Farmington Students

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Sixth grade students at Boeckman Middle School in Farmington, Minnesota experienced a "once-in-a-lifetime" school assembly featuring the historic accounts of life in Nazi Germany and occupied Poland during WWII.

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WWII History Comes to Life for Farmington Students

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

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