FREDERICKTOWN — The elementary commons was chock full of student projects on May 11 as the school hosted its annual “Night at the Museum,” and every grade level got into the act.

Kindergarten work was displayed in the foyer and featured a timeline of each pupil’s life: past, present and future. They answered the prompts: “When I was a baby,” (most said they pooped and peed, cried and slept a lot), “When I was older,” “Now” and “When I grow up.” They included pictures to illustrate their responses.

First-graders created colorful murals of various landforms, including deserts and mountains.

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Pam Schehl/News Madison Shade, left, and Thomas Shade explore the sounds of science May 11 during Fredericktown Elementary’s Night at the Museum extravaganza.
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