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Academics, art and music showcased at Cruizin’ Kenney



Academics, art and music were on display at Dennis M. Kenney Middle School for the annual Cruizin’ Kenney event, a night that showcases student learning and talent.
 
The night featured a live wax museum of students who researched and dressed as historical figures like musical legend Johnny Cash, activist Susan B. Anthony and Zeus, God of Thunder. The students stood frozen next to a biography they wrote about their research subject.
 
Other grade levels created academic displays, everything from the biology of a cell to the physics behind a marble roller coaster.
 
Parents and families enjoyed a musical show by some of the school’s instrumentalists. They also had the opportunity to see a plethora of artwork that lined the hallways.

Student dresses for wax museum.

Dennis M. Kenney Middle School student Julianna Kaufman dresses as Susan B. Anthony for the wax museum at a recent Cruizin’ Kenney event.

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928 Cayuga Street
Hannibal, NY 13074

Phone: 315-564-8100


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