Indian Queen Elementary School held a Black History Wax Museum event Feb. 22 that featured students dressed as wax figures of notable African Americans in history.
More than 100 parents and students participated in the various stations, said Indian Queen principal Aundrea McCall.
The first station featured the wax museum while the second station involved students coloring and reading about a prominent African American person in history, McCall said. The third station involved storytelling led by several of Indian Queen’s teachers.
The program began with the school’s choir singing “Lift Every Voice and Sing,” McCall said.