KINSTON, Ala. (WDHN)—For the first time, the K-thru-12th grade Kinston School in rural Southwest
Coffee County held a “living” historical figure museum and robotics
The fifth and sixth-graders chose a “historical” figure in American history,
and would create a costume from the era in which that person lived.
History teacher Kevin Bond says the kids get really into the character, and
a “fun way” to learn about those who have made invaluable contributions to America.
The Kinston School administration gave the inaugural living historical museum an “A” grade.
They hope it will become an annual end-of-the-school-year event.