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Haine students present Anne Frank Gallery Walk

Sixth-grader Koen Popson looks at Anne Frank House replicas on display during the Anne Frank Gallery Walk at Haine Middle School on Monday, June 3, which highlighted students' work from their studies on the Holocaust. Morgan Phillips/Butler Eagle

After learning about refugees, Anne Frank, the Holocaust and World War II, sixth-grade students at Haine Middle School showcased related projects during a gallery walk on Monday, June 3.

As part of the unit, students read historical fiction novels based on the Holocaust, participated in a Zoom meeting and virtual tour of the Anne Frank House in Amsterdam, created 3D scaled models of the Anne Frank House, and took part in a community service project in conjunction with Jewish Family and Community Services.

Parents and guests were able to visit the gallery Monday morning before students and teachers toured the projects.

Sixth-grader Kai Ross tells the story behind the butterflies students created for the Anne Frank Gallery Walk at Haine Middle School on Monday, June 3. Morgan Phillips/Butler Eagle
Sixth-grader Rory Gawne welcomes visitors to the Anne Frank Gallery Walk at Haine Middle School with a display of lighted candles meant to remember Holocaust victims on Monday, June 3. Morgan Phillips/Butler Eagle
Sixth-grader Cole Diefenderfer sits with the Anne Frank House replica he built that was on display during the Anne Frank Gallery Walk at Haine Middle School on Monday, June 3. Morgan Phillips/Butler Eagle
Sixth-grader Rory Gawne welcomes visitors to the Anne Frank Gallery Walk at Haine Middle School with a display of lighted candles meant to remember Holocaust victims on Monday, June 3. Morgan Phillips/Butler Eagle
Sixth-grader Rory Gawne welcomes visitors to the Anne Frank Gallery Walk at Haine Middle School with a display of lighted candles meant to remember Holocaust victims on Monday, June 3. Morgan Phillips/Butler Eagle
Sixth-grader Kai Ross tells the story behind the butterflies students created for the Anne Frank Gallery Walk at Haine Middle School on Monday, June 3. Morgan Phillips/Butler Eagle
Sixth-grader Koen Popson looks at Anne Frank House replicas on display during the Anne Frank Gallery Walk at Haine Middle School on Monday, June 3. The display highlighted students' work from their studies on the Holocaust. Morgan Phillips/Butler Eagle
Sixth-grader Cole Diefenderfer sits with the Anne Frank House replica he built that was on display during the Anne Frank Gallery Walk at Haine Middle School on Monday, June 3. Morgan Phillips/Butler Eagle
Sixth-grader Kai Ross tells the story behind the butterflies students created for the Anne Frank Gallery Walk at Haine Middle School on Monday, June 3. Morgan Phillips/Butler Eagle
Sixth-grader Koen Popson talks about the Anne Frank House replica he built which was on display during the Anne Frank Gallery Walk at Haine Middle School on Monday, June 3. Morgan Phillips/Butler Eagle
Sixth-grader Kai Ross tells the story behind the butterflies students created for the Anne Frank Gallery Walk at Haine Middle School on Monday, June 3. Morgan Phillips/Butler Eagle
Sixth-grader Cole Diefenderfer sits with the Anne Frank House replica he built that was on display during the Anne Frank Gallery Walk at Haine Middle School on Monday, June 3. Morgan Phillips/Butler Eagle
Sixth-grader Cole Diefenderfer sits with the Anne Frank House replica he built that was on display during the Anne Frank Gallery Walk at Haine Middle School on Monday, June 3. Morgan Phillips/Butler Eagle
Sixth-grader Kai Ross tells the story behind the butterflies students created for the Anne Frank Gallery Walk at Haine Middle School on Monday, June 3. Morgan Phillips/Butler Eagle
Sixth-grader Kai Ross tells the story behind the butterflies students created for the Anne Frank Gallery Walk at Haine Middle School on Monday, June 3. Morgan Phillips/Butler Eagle

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