Wyoming Area Catholic students

First row, from left, are Christian Renfer, Samara Bellas, Michael Oncay, Andrew Long and Katie Morgan. Second row: Caleb Collins, Michael Weiss, Abby Butler, Jack Broda, Kendall Morris and Ian Harris.

The seventh grade class of Wyoming Area Catholic School, as part of its religion class, recently researched individuals who fought for human dignity. Some of the champions featured were Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King Jr., St. Damien of Molaki, Susan B. Anthony and St. Maximilian Kolbe. This project required each student to design a cereal box that educated their classmates and the school community about their human rights champion. The box displayed biographical information, "ingredients" or characteristics of each person, a game and a prize reflecting the cause of the champion studied. Students then gave oral presentation to their classmates describing the accomplishments of their human rights champion. After the oral presentations, the students enjoyed a breakfast of cereal and juice. First row, from left, are Christian Renfer, Samara Bellas, Michael Oncay, Andrew Long and Katie Morgan. Second row: Caleb Collins, Michael Weiss, Abby Butler, Jack Broda, Kendall Morris and Ian Harris.

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