Allison Glass/News Fredericktown Elementary third-grader Neveah Serio poses with her model of local Fredericktown business Door 142 during the Night at the Museum History and Science event Thursday evening.

Allison Glass/Mount Vernon News

Fredericktown Elementary third-grader Neveah Serio poses with her model of local Fredericktown business Door 142 during the Night at the Museum History and Science event Thursday evening. Request this photo

 

FREDERICKTOWN — Fredericktown Elementary school hosted a Night at the Museum Thursday evening, celebrating all of the hard work of its young students throughout the year in the areas of history and science.

Each grade at the event had a different topic of focus, explained fifth-grade science teacher Colleen Gregg. Fourth-graders, for example, studied Native Americans in Ohio and created models of their homes and villages for display.

The third-grade classes kept things local to Fredericktown by creating models of iconic Fredericktown businesses. Neveah Serio recreated restaurant Door 142 for her model. “I thought it would be easy,” Serio said. “But the windowsills were really hard and getting the perfect overlap took a lot of work. I had to get my mom to help,” She told the News that she picked Door 142 because she likes the food, especially the hamburgers.

 

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