Sixth grade students at Wyoming Area Catholic in Exeter construct sarcophagi while studying world history

Sixth grade students in Ali Baur’s world history class at Wyoming Area Catholic School in Exeter recently constructed sarcophagi out of pringles cans and paper mache while studying ancient Egypt. A sarcophagus is a carved case, generally made of stone, in which mummies were placed. In photo, from left, first row, Sebastian Beck, Andrew Phillips, Nicolas Lombardo, Zeb Moses, Jayden Halstead, Jonathan Renfer, Grace Holmes, Brooke McCloskey. Second row, Alivia Serkosky, Emma Hunter, Madelyn Cecil, Molly Moran, Olivia Orlando, Saige Stempien, Emma Broda, Mia Cardillo. Third row, Carissa Benderavich, Callen McCarrol, Robert Sedlak, Matthew Prociak, Maya Kasa, Jordan Molitoris, Brooke Casey and Jordan Chepalonis. photo
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