Wax Cousteau

Kiya Hudson anticipates the pressing of her button during the Kaleidoscope School’s Wax Museum on Thursday, Dec. 7. 2017 in Kenai, Alaska, which tasked the fifth grade class with impersonating a notable historical figure and taking on their persona. When a visitor to the wax museum pushed a student’s button, they would recite their figure’s biographical information in first person. Hudson said she stepped into Jacques Cousteau’s flippers for the assignment because she wants to be a scuba diver when she grows up. (Photo by Kat Sorensen/Peninsula Clarion)

Kiya Hudson anticipates the pressing of her button during the Kaleidoscope School’s Wax Museum on Thursday, which tasked the fifth grade class with impersonating a notable historical figure and taking on their persona. When a visitor to the wax museum pushed a student’s button, they would recite their figure’s biographical information in first person. Hudson said she stepped into Jacques Cousteau’s flippers for the assignment because she wants to be a scuba diver when she grows up. (Photo by Kat Sorensen/Peninsula Clarion)

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