The KHH 6th-8th grade students presented their Peace Museum project on March 1. The theme was quite relevant as we moved from Black History Month into Women’s History Month. Presented were some of the world’s great peace-makers, civil rights pioneers, and others committed to non-violent resistance. These inspiring men and women were featured on the Wall of Peaceful Change Makers. There were several student projects from social studies, the SmartLab, a community art project, and a few hands-on activities, all while a selection of protest songs and the civil rights era played in the background. Social Studies & Civics Teacher, Deborah Velto, coordinated the event, and SmartLab Facilitator, Ben Weiner, put the interactive activities together. All members of the KHH community were invited to the event. The students were excited to show their projects, and part of their grade was based on their social and presentation skills. “I really enjoyed the Peace Museum. I found it inspiring and uplifting. What a great message to give our students—that change can be achieved through non-violent means,” said Counselor, Glenn Koshar.