Every grade level participated to represent different curriculum, such as STEM, art, music, writing and history.
Dressed in a white button-up shirt, kindergarten student Mark Lopat played a keyboard in front of his project board depicting facts about German composer and pianist Ludwig van Beethoven.
For the second year, students at Rymfire Elementary brought historical figures to life during Night at the Museum on Thursday, April 5.
Teachers and students in all grade levels presented a variety of curriculum activities in the areas of STEM, art, music, writing, poetry, history, medical science and health/fitness.
Different zones around the schools represented cultures and history from Africa, Asia, the Americas, Europe and Australia for an educational and interactive night for students and their families.