Mo. fifth-grade students go presidential for history lessons

03/5/2013 | Maryville Daily Forum (Mo.)

Presidents, first ladies and one first daughter (Harry and Bess Truman's daughter, Margaret Truman) recently were portrayed by fifth-graders in teacher Jenni Halley's social studies class at St. Gregory's School in Maryville, Mo. It was part of the annual "living history" program, in which students spent weeks studying the presidency, then made a drawing of the president, first lady or family member they had selected. They then made a presentation to parents, grandparents and younger classmates.

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