(03/05/14) - History is coming alive at a Flint School this week.
Scott Elementary students have spent time studying historical figures. Wednesday, they're showing what they've learned in a museum set up at the school.
"I want the public community and everybody to learn because we have our kindergartners through our sixth graders learning about all the black historical figures they normally wouldn't hear about. I dug deep back into the past. We have a lot of slaves and mathematicians. We want kids to understand it doesn't matter what color you are. It is Black History Month. We want them to understand their own culture and how much they've contributed to America," said Paishann Curtis, Scott school teacher.
Thursday, the kid's living history museum will move to the Department of Human Services Building on Clio Road. They'll present their characters at 11 a.m.
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